SALFORD RED DEVILS LAUNCH INNOVATIVE CSR TICKETING SCHEME

In a groundbreaking initiative to foster community engagement and support young and disadvantaged individuals, Salford Red Devils proudly announces its new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ticketing scheme for businesses.

The CSR ticketing scheme is a testament to our dedication to the well-being of our communities. The innovative program allows businesses to play an active role in supporting young and disadvantaged individuals, providing them with an opportunity to attend elite rugby league games at the Salford Stadium.

Building on the foundations laid by our successful Building the Future, Be A Red, and Tickets for Looked After Children campaigns of previous years, the CSR ticketing scheme extends the positive work of the club to local businesses seeking to make a positive impact within their communities whilst meeting their internal CSR targets.

Join Salford Red Devils in uniting communities through rugby league, invite businesses from all sectors to join them in making a lasting impact on the community. By embracing the CSR ticketing scheme, businesses can not only support the team but also become champions of positive change in Greater Manchester.

For more information or to express your interest in the CSR ticketing scheme, email csrticketing@salfordreddevils.net.

THE EAST STAND RETURNS IN 2024!

That noise. All season long. 

We are delighted to confirm that the East Stand will be open for every Super League home game in 2024 – and season tickets are now available. 

To mark the opening of the East Stand in 2024, season tickets will be priced at the same as South Stand. The East Stand will remain an unreserved seating area with no migration and host our various community, youth, and school groups throughout the season. 

Existing season ticket holders wishing to transfer their season ticket to the East Stand can do so, however, please note this is by exchange only and no refunds will be issued. Once transferred, the season ticket cannot be transferred again. To request a transfer to the East Stand, please email ticketoffice@ajbellstadium.co.uk with your client reference number and/or existing ticket details.

Go East – Open Training Trial Event

To celebrate the opening of the East Stand, we are hosting a special event on Saturday 13th January at 9am. 

Supporters are invited to attend an open opposed-training session of 4 x 10 minute quarters, where they can witness the team’s training drills up close and personal. This event, free of charge, provides a unique opportunity for fans to get a taste of the East Stand while enjoying the exciting action on the field.

Whether you’re a long-time supporter or newcomer to the Red Devils family, this event offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the stand, take in the views, and imagine the incredible experiences that await during the upcoming season. 

See fan favourites and new arrivals in action and take advantage of photo & autograph opportunities when the Salford squad head over to the East Stand post-session.  

Turnstiles E1 & E2 will be open for entry from 8:30 and we advise supporters be in the stand for 9am in order to enjoy the full session.

Special Offer for Trial Attendees

We’re also delighted to confirm that those who attend on the 13th January will be able to purchase an East Stand season ticket on the day at a special discounted price, reflecting the South Stand September Special prices (Adult – £220, Over 65 – £180, Under 18s – £75, Under 12s – £20).

The opening of the East Stand at the Salford Stadium marks an exciting chapter in the continued development of our matchdays, allowing for the return of the much-lauded atmosphere generated from the stand last season. Whilst Huddersfield Giants in the Challenge Cup and our thrilling golden point victory over Warrington Wolves in Round 25 standout, the stand’s reopening presents an opportunity to create new, unforgettable memories, 

Make the Salford Stadium come alive – join us in 2024 and secure your season ticket now by clicking here or below.

Seat reservation window for season ticket renewals extended

The window for season ticket holders to keep their seat in 2024 has been extended to 4pm, Tuesday 7th November, 2023.

Once the deadline passes, seats that are attached to season tickets that have yet to be renewed will be released for general sale.

The original window for reservations had previously been extended to 4pm, 31st October following feedback from supporters.

Salford Red Devils and Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity partner to tackle homelessness in Greater Manchester

Salford Red Devils today announce a partnership with Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity and will champion the brand new campaign, Circle Home – Greater Manchester’s biggest ever sponsored walk.

Further to our participation in Super League’s annual ‘Tackle the Tough Stuff’ campaign, Salford Red Devils today announce that we are dedicating our home game against Warrington Wolves – 12.45pm, 10th September – to tackling homelessness and championing the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity’s brand-new campaign, Circle Home.

Circle Home will take place across the weekend of 8th September to 11th September. Everyone in Greater Manchester is invited to complete one or more stages of the GM Ringway- Greater Manchester’s Walking Trail. This walking trail is divided into 20 stages, circling the whole of the city-region. Each start and finish point is accessible by public transport. The event is also partnered with GM Moving, the Business Growth Hub, and JCI Manchester.

With every mile covered, the pounds raised will change lives. Would-be walkers are encouraging to find out more and start fundraising by visiting the page here.

On Friday 8th September, one of the many walks over the weekend will begin at the Salford Stadium with further efforts showcasing just how to give back to our local community, hosting Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity at the game, spreading awareness of the incredible work across Greater Manchester to end homelessness, and sharing details about how to get involved.

Paul King, Managing Director of Salford Red Devils said:  

“We are so proud to give our support to this campaign and to be working with the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity in spotlighting and tackling one of our region’s most urgent of social issues.

We are committed to being there for our community – just as our community are so often there for us – and we look forward to welcoming everyone to the Salford Stadium in September.”

There’s lots of ways people can get involved in Circle Home weekender, whether a business taking your team or clients out to explore what Greater Manchester has to offer, or spending time with family and friends in the great outdoors.

Circle Home is aimed at getting people out enjoying Greater Manchester’s stunning natural spaces, all while raising money for a good cause.

Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity said:

“I am always inspired by the community of Greater Manchester coming out in droves to support Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity in their mission to end rough sleeping and homelessness across our city-region. What we’re doing is working. But we cannot stop now. 

Circle Home offers everyone in Greater Manchester the opportunity to reap the benefits of exploring the great outdoors whilst raising money for an important cause. It’s great to launch this event in partnership with Salford Red Devils, a community club doing their bit for the community. Their support means a lot to the charity.”

Dr Fran Darlington-Pollock, Head of Strategic Development at Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity said:

“People connect with sport. We are delighted that we can work with community owned Salford Red Devils to champion efforts to tackle homelessness across Greater Manchester, spreading awareness at one of their home games and launching our exciting active campaign, Circle Home.

Circle Home brings together so many organisations across Greater Manchester, and connects with the people and place of our city-region in such a powerful way. We’re excited to bring the people of Greater Manchester an event to return to year-on-year, raising funds to end homelessness while connecting with the wonderful place that we call home.”

Tickets for the game can be purchased by clicking here.

This article has been edited to reflect a newly announced kick-off time of 12.45pm, 10th September.

2022 Play-off Eliminator Ticket Information

Salford Red Devils face Huddersfield Giants in the second Betfred Super League play-off eliminator on Saturday afternoon.

After such an outstanding campaign, Paul Rowley’s side have booked their spot in the top six and are certainly a team to fear for the rest of the pack. Playing such free-flowing and exciting rugby, fans and pundits alike have pitched the Red Devils as a real underdog.

In the previous meeting between the two sides, Salford ground out a 33-16 victory in the baking The Salford Stadium sun and all but secured their spot in the play-offs.

Ticket Information:

Available until Wednesday 7th September: season ticket discount is available from the stadium or online through your network account. Each person will need to be a season ticket holder to qualify for the discount.

Can’t make it to the stadium before 4pm on Wednesday? Log in to your member area and book your tickets online to qualify for the season ticket discount before midnight on Wednesday.

You can collect your pre-purchased tickets from 1pm until 8pm Thursday or from 10am until 3pm on Friday. Orders cannot be placed after 3pm on Friday. Tickets bought on match-day from John Smith’s Stadium are cash only and from the turnstiles, not the ticket office. We strongly advice to purchase your tickets from the The Salford Stadium before travelling.

Due to postal service strikes, tickets are for collection from the stadium only.

John Smith’s Stadium – Saturday 10th Sep KO 1PM

Season Ticket Holders (available until Wednesday 7th September):

Adult: £16

65+: £9

U17: £1

U5: FREE

Non-season ticket holder: £21

Adult: £21

65+: £16

U17: £5

u5: FREE

Matchday – Away fans cash at the turnstiles only):

Adult: £25

65+: £20

U17: £10

U5: FREE

 

AJ Bell Ticket Office Opening Times:

£10 Adult Tickets and Kids Go Free* (T&C apply)

Kids Go Free & Adults £10 Offer

Round 23 is an exciting fixture as Huddersfield Giants come to Salford for the first time this season. We’re using this game as a fantastic opportunity to encourage more people to come and give rugby league a ‘try’! For this special event, tickets are available for the East Stand at the The Salford Stadium at the following prices: Adults £10 each (age 17+), 16 and under go free*. Everyone needs a ticket so please collect from the stadium ticket office or you can order online. Online incurs a booking fee and tickets bought on the day of the match also incur a £1.50 booking fee.

Terms & Conditions

  1. Kids go free with a paying adult. Kids go free tickets have a £1.50 booking fee if collecting on the match day. Book online or collect from the stadium before the day of the match.
  2. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Unaccompanied children will be refused entry.
  3. The £10 adult tickets and kids go free tickets are limited to the East Stand only.
  4. Tickets are non-transferrable or refundable while stocks last.
  5. Tickets are only available for 2022 Round 23 Salford V Huddersfield on Saturday 13th August 2022.
  6. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  7. Salford Red Devils reserve the right to remove this offer at any time.
  8. By purchasing a ticket you agree to these terms and conditions.

2023 SEASON TICKETS ON SALE

Salford Red Devils are delighted to announce that 2023 season tickets are now on sale, at early bird prices!

2023 is our 150th Year – join us next season and be part of our special year.

Firstly, the Club would like to thank all of our fans who have supported the Red Devils this season. After almost two years of restricted access, 2022 has finally seen live sport return to normality for spectators and we hope the Salford faithful have enjoyed the ride so far, as we continue to maintain our Play-Off spot.

This past year, Salford Red Devils have been working tirelessly both on and off the field, to strengthen our links in the community and to establish international partnerships. Since the end of 2021, Salford have launched an LDSL, PDRL and Women’s team. Both the LDSL and PDRL have been well received in the community and their popularity continues to grow. Our women’s team lifted the 2022 League Cup trophy on Sunday 31st July and have been consistently at the top of the Women’s Championship. We’ve also launched the REDS programme and seen the return of the Reserves grade, which both play a key part of the player pathway here at Salford.

In terms of partnerships, our link-up with Wales Rugby League and Coleg y Cymoedd is progressing massively. A number of Welsh players are now part of our Reserves squad, thanks to the pathway that this partnership has opened up and with the help of the Supporters’ Trust. Internationally, we are partnered with The Southwest Florida Copperheads, Rugby League Federation Ghana and Queensland rugby league team, Ipswich Jets.

Regarding our work in the community, Our ‘Building the Future’ programme is absolutely thriving. In total this year, we have welcomed over 3,500 children, teachers and coaches to watch the ‘Building the Future’ Betfred Super League games, many of whom were experiencing their first taste of live sport. Over 100 schools from across Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire have brought groups to the games. The Salford Red Devils Official School Partner programme has seen 95 schools sign up since its launch. Salford Red Devils Foundation has delivered over 60 rugby league festivals, with 68 individual schools taking part. Activities which are open to boys and girls has seen more than 2000 individual school children take part in rugby league activities this year alone.

On top of all of the above, 2023 will be our 150th year. There will plenty going on next season to celebrate this, so make sure you’re with us on the journey!

We’re pleased to say that we will be hosting an open day to collect your season tickets, for the first time since the pandemic. Details will follow later in the year on the event, but we are looking at hosting this during the second week of December.

Direct Debit payments for season tickets are available from the 1st of October, spread over nine monthly instalments starting from the 1st of November. The cut-off date for your first payment to be taken out on the 1st of November, is the 15th of October.

Early bird prices, which started today, end on the 15th of December.

Thank you

SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE ON DIRECT DEBIT

Salford Red Devils 2021 season tickets are now available on Direct Debit.  

This allows supporters to split payments at the newly introduced early bird price, over eight months. Adults can therefore attend every Betfred Super League home match for less than £30 per month.

In order to make a Direct Debit purchase, supporters should email their client reference number, name and address to: ticketoffice@ajbellstadium.co.uk They will then receive a call back from the ticket office.

Anyone who is unable to email, should call 01617861570 and choose option 1 for tickets, then option 1 for Salford Red Devils. If there is no answer, then please leave a voicemail and the ticket office staff will get back to you. The ticket office will be open 9am-5pm on Monday.

Supporters not looking to retain existing seats from the 2020 campaign also have the option to buy online, by choosing the direct debit price category after selecting their seats HERE.

Here are the Direct Debit prices for 2021 Season Tickets in full:

The direct debit payment date is on the 15th of every month, regardless of at what point in the month supporters sign up. Your 2021 Season Ticket can be bought online HERE at: http://www.eticketing.co.uk/salfordreddevils

All season tickets priced below £50 are only available to purchase in full, in order to prevent additional costs being passed onto supporters. Under 2s season tickets are available free of charge and along with disabled+carer tickets, must be purchased with an email to: ticketoffice@ajbellstadium.co.uk

Emails and phones are monitored from 10am-5pm Monday-Friday, but lines are expected to be busy due to high demand. If you are unable to get through, there is a voicemail where you can leave your name, client reference number and a telephone number, to request a call back.

Supporters can save more by purchasing season tickets in full and details on that can be found HERE.

Here are the prices for 2021 season tickets:

Betfred Super League clubs are planning to welcome supporters back into stadiums from the first round of the competition in 2021.

Season ticket holders will be given priority access to any Red Devils home matches with limited capacity and in the event a match is required to take place behind closed doors, season ticket holders will be granted free access to watch the match via a live stream.

Salford Red Devils would like to thank current season ticket holders for their overwhelming display of dedication throughout the 2020 campaign. The players will do everything they can to reward that support next year.

If you have any more questions regarding Season Tickets, check out our FAQ’s HERE, or email: enquiries@salfordreddevils.net

2021 START DATE CONFIRMED

The Betfred Super League 2021 season will start on March 11, with the Betfred Super League Grand Final to be played on October 9 at Old Trafford.

Salford Red Devils season tickets for the 2021 campaign are now on sale.

The later season start date is a result of the impact of Covid-19 on the extended 2020 campaign and the desire of Super League clubs to give players a much-needed period of recovery and a full pre-season.

Dacia Magic Weekend also makes a welcome return to the 2021 calendar. It will be played at St James’ Park, Newcastle, on 29/30 May.

Clubs will play 13 home fixtures in a 27-game Regular Season, including the Dacia Magic Weekend. The later start results in a repeat of the six-team play-off format used in 2020.

Super League Executive chairman Robert Elstone said: “With our players performing at the highest level, late into November, it is important that we give our players time to recover and prepare properly for the 2021 campaign.

“Many of them will be looking to force themselves into the selection decisions for the Rugby League World Cup and pre-season will be a key part of their plans.

“What is also clear with the ongoing uncertainty around Covid-19 is that a later start date gives us a better chance of playing more games in front of fans in 2021.”

Fixtures for the 2021 Betfred Super League season will be released in January season tickets are on sale now. Click HERE for further details.

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