About Us

Salford Red Devils compete in the Betfred Super League and have proudly represented it’s community for over 150 years.

During that time, the Club has been named first division champions on six separate occasions and lifted the Challenge Cup on its 1938 visit to Wembley Stadium.

The Original Red Devils have enjoyed one of their most successful periods in recent years, reaching the Betfred Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford in 2019 and the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley in 2020.

Now the first wholly community owned elite rugby league club in the northern hemisphere, Salford Red Devils have completed the club pathway, ensuring that rugby league is accessible and can be enjoyed by anyone, proudly operating men’s, women’s, wheelchair, physical disability, learning difficulty, and youth teams.

Salford Red Devils Development Academy

The Salford Red Devils Foundation delivers the clubs development pathway from the ages of 12 for both males and females development pathways throughout the year. In collaboration with Eccles Sixth Form College, it will see the highly successful dual academy as the pinnacle, running a bespoke programme that is delivered to students on an education programme.

For more information, contact Danny Barton on 0161 631 5252 or danny.barton@srdfoundation.co.uk.

Wheelchair, Physical Disability and Learning Disability Rugby League

The latest team established following the success of the Rugby League World Cup 2021 – our wheelchair team tackles any physical, logistical or psychological barriers that could get in the way of getting involved in rugby league. Alongside physical disability and learning difficulty rugby league, the wheelchair game presents an opportunity to engage with sport, no matter who you are – truly one of the most inclusive sports in the world. 

For more information, contact Joanne Shepherd on 0161 631 5252 or joanne.shepard@srdfoundation.co.uk

Rising Stars

The Rising Star programme gives players from the age of 6-11 the chance to develop their rugby player skills whilst working on their life skills, with an aim of progressing through the age groups towards the Under 19s Development Academy Squad. We also operate Rising Stars Camps, where children aged 7-9 can develop their skills in a controlled environment, before returning to their local clubs.

For more information, contact Danny Barton on 0161 631 5252 or danny.barton@srdfoundation.co.uk.

Salford Red Devils Women

Salford Red Devils women’s team will be playing in the 2024 Championship after a league restructure to the Betfred Women’s Super League 1 and 2 competitions. Passionate about creating the right environment for our players to be the best they can, our women’s side are provided support from medical and strength & conditioning staff. 

With aims of returning to the Super League, the Women’s Team look out for aspirational athletes who want to join the team on their journey to participate in our game’s highest grade of women’s rugby league.

For more information, contact womensrl@salfordreddevils.net

Offload

Many professional sports coaches speak about the physical preparation of being a sportsman but often not the mental impact of it. A new partnership between State of Mind and Rugby League Cares – Offload is a 10-fixture season hosted at the Salford Stadium where men join with rugby league players past and present to understand the challenges of the game. Men suffering with their mental health or those that have low to moderate mental health issues are invited to attend and take part in these sessions.

For more information, contact Joanne Shepherd on 0161 631 5252 or joanne.shepard@srdfoundation.co.uk


First Grade

If playing isn’t your aim, but you would instead like to watch elite rugby league at its finest, you can get your ticket to enjoy a Salford Red Devils by clicking here.

 

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