Back home for Mother’s Day!
Salford Red Devils host Wakefield Trinity at the Salford Stadium on Sunday 18th March, looking to build on a fantastic Round 4 victory against Hull FC last weekend.
Ahead of the game, we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
In case you missed it, Salford Red Devils will be working in partnership with Heathcote & Co to support our delivery of a first-class match day experience.
This partnership means the Club now generate a percentage of the F&B revenue on match day and non-match day, so make sure you come down to the ground earlier and sample everything we have on offer.
What’s that you ask? Here’s everything that’s going on in and around the Salford Stadium this Sunday:
WHAT’S GOING ON?
Following on from our opening Betfred Super League home game of the season, a DJ will be situated outside the stadium from 1pm.
There will also be a Beer-bus in the south-west corner of the ground, so supporters can enjoy a refreshment or two before even entering the stadium.
Bach 95 – a gluten-free lager company – will also have a stand in the same area, so there’s plenty of choice to treat your mum to a Mother’s Day drink!
As usual, John Blackburn from the Salford Red Devils Foundation will have his Tombola stand set-up closer to the stadium bowl.
Turnstiles for this particular fixture are open from 1:30pm.
The Supporters’ Trust will have a table set-up in the south-west corner of the concourse, giving supporters the opportunity to sign-up for a membership. Members of the Salford Red Devils men and women’s team will be joining them throughout the afternoon – so pop over and say hello!
Please note, the kiosks inside the stadium will be operating a cashless payment service, however, the Salford Red Devils Foundation’s regular Tombola will be accepting cash as usual.
The Red Angels Dance Team will also be on the pitch pre-game!
3PM – KICK-OFF
Our game is set to kick-off at 3pm, so please take your seats in plenty of time to roar on the lads as they enter the field before this crucial fixture!
3:40PM (APPROX) – HALF-TIME
The Cadishead Rhinos and West Horton rugby league teams will be on the pitch at half-time.
4:30PM (APPROX) – FULL-TIME
Hopefully after another fantastic victory, stay behind to see our Reserves side take the field and face Wakefield Trinity, in Round 2 of the Betfred Super League – with all supporters to be seated in the West Stand.
For members of the 1873 Lounge, we will also be showing the FA Cup quarter-final between Manchester United and Fulham on the big screens.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Yes! Tickets for this game remain available and can be secured in two ways:
Online – CLICK HERE
On The Day – Tickets can be purchased on the day from the ticket office, located on the West Stand.
You can still bring your Mum to the game for just £10! However, please note prices may rise on match day, so please purchase in advance if you want access to this special offer!
Please note that this game IS included for 2023 Season Ticket Holders. If supporters are yet to collect their season tickets, they can do so from the ticket office following the game, accessing the stadium using their digital ticket for the fixture. 1873 Lounge season ticket collections are taking place at reception.
On-site car parking is available at the Salford Stadium. Parking is not operated by the club.
Through CosCos and EST Parking, we have been able to secure some reduced price car parking for supporters on land earmarked for development close to the stadium.
In order to ease congestion when arriving at the Stadium, supporters can pre-book their parking by clicking here.
Supporters who have opted to purchase match tickets in the 1873 lounge will be able to purchase refreshment options from a menu created by new stadium catering partners, Heathcote & Co.
There will be a hot dog stand in operation for supporters wishing to purchase a quick snack, but if you want something a bit different, there are different options available, so check out the menu on arrival.
Please note, whilst children are welcome in the 1873 Lounge, they should not be left unattended and should refrain from playing ball games around the lounge and exterior hallways.
The Man of the Match award will be presented in the lounge post-match.