After a dramatic, golden point victory against Wakefield Trinity, attentions have now turned to our Round 6 clash against Wigan Warriors.

The Cherry and Whites picked up an impressive two points against Huddersfield Giants last weekend, with two tries from Bevan French and one from Jake Wardle.

Salford have been boosted by the return of Joe Burgess and Tim Lafai after short setbacks.

Here’s our favourite snaps from training earlier today:

Photo credit: Steve McCormick


Salford Red Devils travel to Wigan Warriors this Friday in Round 6 of the Betfred Super League.

Yesterday, Marc Sneyd’s dramatic, golden point drop-goal sealed the two points against Wakefield Trinity and pushed the Red Devils up to 4th place.

Next up is a trip to the DW Stadium, where Paul Rowley’s side will face a stern test just five days after a gruelling 85 minutes of rugby league.

The Cherry and Whites edged their Round 5 encounter with Huddersfield Giants, so will be looking to make it back-to-back victories and fully kick-start their season on Friday night.

Salford are looking for three in a row, but will be wanting to vastly improve their performance in both attack and defence.

Tickets for this game are now available from the Salford Stadium directly from the ticket office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570, option one. Our ticket office opening times can be found below.

We have had plenty of fantastic memories at the DW over the years, so back the boys and buy your ticket HERE.

Prices for this particular fixture is as follows:

Adult£26Online/in person/by phone
Over 65£19Online/in person/by phone
22-24£21Online/in person/by phone
18-21£18Online/In person/by phone
Under-18s£12Online/In person/by phone
Under-8’sFree of chargeIn person/by phone
CarerFree of charge

Please note Under-8s and Carer tickets MUST be purchased from the Salford Stadium only.

Wheelchair spaces are also available from the Salford Stadium direct via the above ticket office number.

Tickets for this particular fixture will go off sale at 12pm on Friday 24th March.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Salford Red Devils receive commission on all tickets pre-purchased from Salford Stadium and nothing from on the day sales, so we urge you to buy your tickets from us direct.


Marc Sneyd’s drop-goal in the fifth minute of golden point secured back-to-back victories Salford Red Devils in the Betfred Super League.

Round 5 presented Paul Rowley’s side with a very stubborn Wakefield Trinity side – desperate to get their first points of the season. It was an error-filled game, packed with tension, but a moment of pure quality from our number seven was the difference in the end.

Before the game, Salford were hit with yet another injury blow in the form of Tim Lafai, but it was his replacement who opened the scoring on four minutes.

Ryan Brierley teased the Wakefield defence and released his pass at just the right time for Matt Costello to receive and stroll over for his first of the season.

Trinity hadn’t scored a point in three successive matches, but they broke their duck when Corey Hall supported Jorge Taufua’s break down the left edge to stretch over.

A nip-and-tuck next 20 minutes ended with Wakefield taking the lead. A high kick on the last was not dealt with in the right corner and Reece Lyne plucked the ball out of the sky to score.

Salford were struggling to get the game under control, but a strong tackle from Danny Addy forced a knock-on and the Red Devils had a scrum 20 metres out.

Wakefield conceded six-again after six-again and finally the pressure told – with Chris Atkin powering past his man on the left to hand us the lead just before the interval.

HALF-TIME: Salford Red Devils 12-10 Wakefield Trinity

The start to the second-half was much like the first – very scrappy.

Both sides were conceding errors and no-one could gain much territory. Rhys Williams almost made a breakthrough on the hour mark, with some neat work from the scrum, but the Welsh winger knocked-on when attempting to slide over in the left corner.

Salford’s slender lead didn’t last much longer, with Mason Lino slotting away a penalty-goal when the hosts were penalised just 25 metres out.

The two sharpshooters – Sneyd and Lino – then exchanged drop-goals in the last five minutes, with the full-time hooter signalling our first golden point of the season.

FULL-TIME: Salford Red Devils 13-13 Wakefield Trinty

Wakefield started with the ball, but the Red Devils soon had it back and who else but Marc Sneyd was on-hand to secure his team two vital competition points with a pinpoint drop-goal.

GOLDEN POINT: Salford Red Devils 14-13 Wakefield Trinity

Photo credit: Steve McCormick


Salford Red Devils are looking to build-on a fantastic Round 4 victory when we take on Wakefield Trinity in Round 5 of the Betfred Super League.

After picking up two wins and two losses to start the season – with positive moments in each game – Paul Rowley’s side will be looking to kick-on and climb the table against a team who have failed to register a point in three matches.

Against Hull FC last Saturday, the Red Devils were ruthless in possession and scored some stunning tries on the way to a 14-60 win at the MKM.

The players and coaching staff will be looking to replicate that performance this afternoon, but despite remaining winless, Wakefield possess some dangerous threats. None more so than Mason Lino, who was a stand-out performer across the 2022 campaign.

We were beaten in our opening home game of the season nearly a month ago, so the players be looking to give the Salford faithful something to cheer about this Mothering Sunday.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of our Round 5 clash this afternoon:


The big piece of injury news is the return of Danny Addy, with the Scotland international featuring for the first time in over eight months since he sustained an Achilles injury away against Leeds Rhinos.

Missing out on the World Cup with Scotland, the 32-year-old has used that disappointment as fuel to come back fit and firing; and now he’s ready to help the team kick-on in 2023.

Unfortunately, February’s Player of the Month, Oliver Partington requires surgery on his knee and will be missing for an extended period of time.

However, a big boost is that Joe Burgess’ shoulder injury is not as bad as first feared and the winger will be back in around two weeks time!

There are also returns to the 21-man squad for Sam Stone and Ben Hellewell.


As mentioned earlier, Danny Addy is back in action after over eight months out.

It’s a huge boost to Paul Rowley’s squad ahead of a crucial run of fixtures, with numbers in the team already short with some early-season injuries.

We caught up with him ahead of this fixture to find out how he’s feeling to be back around the group, what’s it’s been like to be out for such a long time and what he expects from Wakefield later today.

“It’s been around eight-and-a-half months now. It’s been a long time on the sidelines and I’ve put a lot of hard work in to get back fit and I’m really excited to be back involved with the team,” he began.

“It’s not nice being out with a long-term injury, but I’m just happy that’s behind me now and I’m looking forward to getting stuck in this weekend!”

Check out our full chat with Danny by clicking HERE or below!


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.


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:



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!


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!


The Cadishead Rhinos and West Horton rugby league teams will be on the pitch at half-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.



Yes! Tickets for this game remain available and can be secured in two ways:

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.

1873 LOUNGE:

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.


We are delighted to announce Salford Red Devils will be working in partnership with Heathcote & Co to support our delivery of a first-class match day experience.

Heathcote & Co is an award-winning catering company that provides local, first-class food and beverage; founded by Michelin star chef, Paul Heathcote and close friend, Gary Bates.

This partnership means the Club now generate a percentage of the F&B revenue on match day and non-match day.

Over the next few weeks – working with Heathcote & Co – we will see further development in and around the ground that benefits the supporter experience on a match day.

Paul King, Managing Director of Salford Red Devils, has said: “We are delighted to have already developed a strong collaborative relationship with Heathcote & Co, which will present the club with significant F&B incomes on match and non-match day activities.

“Now more than ever, it is important that the fans arrive early and sample the outstanding offerings that will be available, every pie and every pint returns a profit to the club for the first time since we moved into this stadium.

“This is the first step on the road to self sustainability and self determination. I hope you enjoy the ride with a full belly, as we wait for the next chapter of Rowley-ball to play out on Sunday!”

Dedicated to bringing a fantastic selection of products, Heathcote & Co only use producers who share a passion for the environment.

Gary Bates, at Heathcote & Co, has added: “Everyone at Heathcote&Co are delighted to be working in partnership with the team at Salford Red Devils.

“Our aim is to deliver the high level of Hospitality and retail catering across the stadium at a level expected by the club and its fans in 2023.

“The Heathcote&Co values live deep in our culture, employing local people, working with local suppliers, growers and producers whilst creating something unique at the Stadium for match day and none match day which embraces the local community and is something we can all proudly say is at this fantastic stadium.”

To find out more about Heathcote & Co, you can visit their website by clicking HERE.


Oliver Partington has been voted Salford Red Devils’ Player of the Month for February.

Our number 13 has scooped the award ahead of Tyler Dupree in close second and Tim Lafai in third, with the trio all enjoying fine starts to the Betfred Super League season.

Including two pre-season friendlies, Partington featured in all four of Salford games across February, but it was the Super League where he has really made a mark.

Dubbed ‘the flying mullet’ in the media since joining the club, Partington was incredible in our opening day victory over Leigh Leopards – making 37 tackles in just 64 minutes on debut.

He backed up that display with another solid outing against Hull KR the week after. Despite defeat, the 24-year-old was named Man of the Match.

Unfortunately, the loose forward has sustained a knee injury that will keep him out of action for an extended period of time, but his return will provide a major boost for the team later in the year.

Reacting to winning the award, Partington said: “I am delighted to have won POTM, it means a lot to me. Thank you to all the fans who voted – see you soon!”

Head Coach, Paul Rowley added: “Ollie has had a great start to life at Salford. I am really pleased for him and he is fully deserving of this award!”

A huge congratulations to Ollie for winning the award and thank you to everyone who voted!

Got a question for Ollie? Head to our social channels to ask it and you may be featured in one of our upcoming videos!


Salford Red Devils bounced back in style to convincingly beat Hull FC 14-60 in Round 4 of the Betfred Super League, at the MKM Stadium.

Paul Rowley’s side had been hampered by even more injury trouble during the week, with Oliver Partington and Joe Burgess the latest on the treatment table, but all 17-men contributed to a fine team performance this afternoon.

It was the hosts that opened the scoring on 3 minutes, with Jake Clifford spotting a gap on the left to squeeze between two Salford bodies and stretch over.

But from then onwards, the Red Devils took control.

A combination of Marc Sneyd and Ryan Brierley broke the FC line, with the latter stopped 10 metres out by Cam Scott. A quick play-the-ball allowed us to take advantage of the short numbers on the right, where Deon Cross was on hand to stroll over in the right corner.

One quickly became two minutes later. Following a set restart, Brodie Croft danced across the line to tee up his Aussie teammate, Shane Wright to bag his first of the season.

Croft was at it again for our next try; jinking his way through the Hull defence and slotting the supporting Brierley away to slide under the sticks.

Salford were in the groove, but the next try was caused by the brute strength of Tyler Dupree. Continuing his rich vain of form, the 23-year-old barged off multiple FC defenders and crashed over to extend our lead.

Wright was at it again just before the break. His acceleration caught the Hull defenders by surprise and there was no stopping our number 17 when he was charging towards the try-line – capping off an excellent first forty.

HALF-TIME: Hull FC 4-30 Salford Red Devils

Last week against Warrington, the Red Devils were caught out by some quick-fire tries just after the interval, but it was us who seized the initiative this time.

Croft – who was toying with the Hull defence at times – delayed his pass at just the right time for Cross to make the dart and stroll over unopposed.

Sneyd was the next on the scoresheet with a stunning, solo try. Dancing through the FC defence, our number seven left multiple bodies on the floor before diving over in front of the jubilant Salford supporters.

He then kicked the extras; one that brought up 1,000 career goals – a phenomenal achievement for a real Super League great.

It got even better shortly after. A superb team try, with Williams, Brierley and Sneyd all involved, allowed Lafai to stroll over in the left corner.

There were a pair of FC tries before the close, with Adam Swift intercepting and sprinting 80 metres and Brad Fash crashing under the posts.

But it was Salford who has the last laugh, with Lafai twisting and turning out of a challenge to stretch over.

FULL-TIME: Hull FC 14-60 Salford Red Devils

Photo credit: Steve McCormick


Round 4 of the Betfred Super League is here and Salford Red Devils travel to face Hull FC at the MKM Stadium.

Looking to bounce back from defeat at Warrington Wolves, Paul Rowley’s side have been hit by even more injury trouble, but spirits are high and they’ll being looking to bring home two competition points.

The Red Devils were at their thrilling best at times last Thursday, cutting through Daryl Powell’s side on countless occasions during the first 40.

Ellis Longstaff – on debut – and Marc Sneyd both got on the scoresheet, but it was Ryan Brierley’s try that really stood out. Ken Sio intercepted the ball and somehow kept his balance to tee up our number one, who charged 75 metres downfield to hand us the lead.

Warrington produced a second-half comeback, but much like our Round 2 defeat against Hull KR a week prior, there were plenty of positives for Rowley and his staff to take into this week.

Hull FC are the next challenge, with new addition, Tex Hoy, a player who has really caught the eye. The fullback has taken the Super League by storm in the opening three rounds and was awarded the Glens Vodka Player of the Month earlier this week.

Here’s everything you need to know surrounding our Round 4 meeting later today:


The Red Devils were hit with two further injury blows this week. Oliver Partington – nominated for February’s Player of the Month – has picked up a knee problem and Joe Burgess has picked up a shoulder knock – with both expected to be out for an extended period of time.

There is, however, the huge positive of Danny Addy slowly but surely returning to match fitness. The Scottish international has been out since early August with a ruptured Achilles, but he will no doubt be a huge boost to the team upon his return.

Adam Sidlow is in line to make his 100th Salford appearance, while Chris Atkin could make his 100th Super League appearance.


Our Head Coach faced the press earlier this week to discuss a multitude of different topics – including facing a tough Hull FC side, the rise of Tyler Dupree and Oliver Partington’s form prior to his injury.

On our opposition, Rowley knows the threat they pose his side and picked out some individuals who could cause problems on Saturday afternoon.

“A big club, so they’ve got a good squad and some people who are playing really well. There’s some obvious threats like Brad Dwyer, Tex Hoy – people like that,” Rowley began.

He continued: “They’re certainly a club who are capable of being pretty damaging, we’ve seen that against Castleford – particularly in the first-half – and against Leeds. They’re a good club, with a coach who has had success in Super League over the years – one who I have played under myself.”

“They are definitely a dangerous opposition, who will have fantastic crowd in a good arena – so I’m looking forward to it.”

Watch the pre-match press conference in full by clicking below!


You can still join us at the MKM Stadium, with pay-on-the-day still an option for travelling supporters!


Celebrate this Mother’s Day with the Salford Red Devils AND Mum!

On the 19th March, we host Wakefield Trinity for a 3pm kick-off at the Salford Stadium, and to celebrate Mothering Sunday, we’ve got two great offers for supporters to pick from.

Avoid making the choice of watching your beloved Red Devils or seeing mum this Mother’s Day by bringing her along!

Supporters can purchase a £10 ticket for the mother in their life in either of the South or West Stands. Supporters may also choose to purchase their ticket in the 1873 Lounge, should their own ticket be in that area.

To select ‘Mum’s Ticket’ please SIGN IN to your ticketing account first. The ticket band is only visible to users who are signed in to their account.

Fancy something slightly more special? Treat your mum to Afternoon Tea this Mother’s Day, in a private area where you can enjoy the match build-up together. Served from 1pm until kick-off, there can be no better way to spend match day with mum!

Season ticket holders, sign in, and visit the packages page HERE to access your special price.

Non-season ticket holders, you can find the afternoon tea package HERE.

More than two in your party? No problem! For £25 per additional guest, you can bring along the rest of the family.

Please contact our ticket office at, or call 0161 786 1570 or visit between opening hours to book directly.

For standard match tickets, click HERE.


  1. Note, those who purchase Afternoon Tea do not have access to the 1873 lounge.
  2. Afternoon Tea offer is valid only until 12pm on Thursday 16 March.
  3. Entry with ‘Mum’s Ticket’ is permitted only when with a season ticket holder or full price ticket.
  4. Note, supporters attempting entry on incorrect ticket types will be refused entry and redirected to the ticket office.
  5. Maximum of one ‘Mum’s Ticket’ can be purchased per transaction.
  6. Tickets purchased as part of all promotions are subject to Salford Red Devils General Ticketing Terms & Conditions.

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