Join us in celebrating our 150th birthday!

Join us at the Salford Stadium on Saturday 18th November for a celebration of our club’s wonderful 150 year history!

We’ll be joined by legends of Salford’s past and present for an evening of entertainment and celebration to the backdrop of a memory-inducing heritage exhibition all with a delectable three-course meal to boot.

If you’re feeling lucky, take your chances with the casino and win some incredible prizes! Including;

  • First prize: travel & ticket to Perpignan for Catalans away in 2024.
  • Second prize: 4x hospitality tickets to the 2024 Super League Grand Final.
  • Third prize: an away directors dining experience when we hit the road next season!
  • Fourth prize: a tunnel club for 2 experience at a home game next season!

… and, if you fancy yourself a mover, take yourself over to the dance floor and see out the night!

Book now by clicking here, with tickets starting from £60, or secure a table for eight for £400. £5 from every ticket will be donated to the Salford Red Devils Foundation.

This is an adults-only event.


It’s our 150th anniversary celebration!

From live music, to club legend appearances, it’s perhaps fitting that we take on World Champions, St Helens on a day of such significance.

July was a tough month for the Red Devils, but with injured bodies back in the fold and the addition of Brad Singleton to our depleted pack, there is a huge opportunity to leapfrog back into the top six.

Despite a shaky start to 2023, Saints have really hit their groove in recent months and currently sit in 4th place – eight points off the top.

Here’s everything you need to know about our Round 21 clash:


After a tough result in Perpignan, it will certainly be a massive boost for everyone to see some key personnel back in the 21-man.

Skipper, Kallum Watkins has been missing for a while, but he’s back in training after a hamstring issue.

Star centre, Tim Lafai missed the trip to France after the birth of his daughter, but will return to the fold for this one.

Other notable returns are Marc Sneyd and Danny Addy, with the latter making a full recovery from his head knock to make the squad.

Brad Singleton is named for the first time since making the move from Wigan Warriors.

Adam Sidlow and Alex Gerrard joins Shane Wright on the sidelines for this one.


Ahead of today’s game, Assistant Coach, Krisnan Inu was quizzed by the press on a range of different topics.

Reacting to our form across July – in particular our heavy defeat out in Perpignan – Inu admitted there is a few areas the team have been working on in training this week.

He said: “It was very challenging week for everyone – not only the staff, but especially the players. A change in personnel and lot going on off the field, so I thought they did the best they could.

“Obviously, the performance didn’t show and there’s a few things we need to fix up going into this week.”

Listen to Krisnan’s pre-match thoughts on RDTV now by clicking HERE!


There is still plenty of time to join us for our birthday celebration! 🎉

Click HERE to secure your tickets now, with pay on the day available from our ticket office upon arrival.

Please note our Women’s team are taking on Bradford Bulls a t 12pm, on the Community Field – so come down for two games of rugby league and some family fun!


A treat for any Salford Red Devils fan!

Club historian, Graham Morris celebrates and pays tribute to our Salford heroes – past and present – in this comprehensive account of our 150-year history.

The book is available for pre-order NOW and you can click HERE to secure your copy!

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