Your Shed memories

Last night on Facebook and Twitter you gave us your memories from The Shed and told the Red Devils what it means to you.
Now we want you to post your favourite images from The Shed on our Facebook and Twitter posts as we continue our push to fill The Shed ahead of our pivotal Super 8s game against Wakefield on Friday 1st September.
Below are a sample of some of your memories and who they were from:
“So many memories there. Good and nail biting but most of all being able to watch them with my Dad who is sadly no longer with us! I know he will be very proud in what we have achieved this year, watching down as I say with the best seats in the house.” – Natalie Trousdale (Facebook)
“Vs Wire 2007 when we were already relegated, non stop singing for 80 minutes Shed was bouncing. Special night even though we were down Sending Castleford down the year before as we finished in the play offs again top atmosphere. Friday nights were special at that place.” – James Reid (Facebook)
First game I was only four being lifted over the turnstiles and sitting next to the dugout on the grass had the bug ever since that was fifty years ago.” – Graham Smith (Facebook)
“It had atmosphere..no matter the weather or the results the shed was always bouncing…old-school rugby league.” – @RobnCaz (Twitter)
“I remember my 1st game I was watching Salford vs Leigh and Des Drummond started a melee on the pitch and all 26 players were involved! Madness but great all at the same time lol.” – Anthony Halliday (Facebook)
Absolutely knocking wigan out of the cc the party after the game in the willows the fans mixed with the player’s it was like we had actually won the cup atmosphere was electric one of my best memories.” – Ann Whincup (Facebook)
Winning the league in 75-76 season.” – Michael Brett (Facebook)
“Warrington at home in 2006 was a great night the shed was bouncing that night we won 35-34 on are way to a 5th place finish! The Wigan cup game was a great day! I didn’t always stand in the shed my dad used to take me in the corner between the north and main stand he loved it there. Club end under the old scoreboard sometimes as well.” – Paul Whiteside (Facebook)
Salford 5-2 London. No tries scored. Absolutely poured it down. Memorable despite the odd scoreline.” – Alan Walker (Facebook)
“My first game I can remember in the shed was against Halifax in 2002 the same year we was relegated. Still had me hooked.” – Jordan Healey (Facebook)
Tickets are on sale for our game against Wakefield and can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Season ticket holders are reminded that their tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Book your hospitality for the visit of Wakefield

Hospitality places are still available for the Red Devils crucial Super 8s clash with Wakefield Trinity on Friday 1st September.
Guests will get to listen to one of the Salford Red Devils backroom staff speak before kick-off and will receive an insight into the club’s preparations ahead of this key Super 8s game. In addition, the Red Devils Man of the Match will also speak post-match and give a unique look at the game in the immediate aftermath.
The event will be hosted by Rugby League legends Robbie Hunter-Paul and Garreth Carvell. Both Hunter-Paul and Carvell have featured in Super League Grand Finals, Challenge Cup finals and have represented their countries at the highest level.
Guests will also get a sumptuous three-course meal alongside a VIP seat to watch this pivotal Super 8s game against fellow top four hopefuls Wakefield.
With a debut at Old Trafford in the Super League Grand Final a possibility for the Red Devils in 2017, hospitality at this massive game can be yours for the price of just £80+VAT.
To take advantage of this offer, just email Fiona.woods@salfordreddevils.net, who will be happy to reserve your seat.
Don’t forget, if you can’t make it to the Wakefield game hospitality is also available for the games against Huddersfield Giants (9th September) and St Helens (23rd September) so you can still take part in our most memorable season in decades.
Tickets are also on sale for all three Super 8s home games. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Two more Red Devils out for the season

Salford Red Devils will be without Lee Mossop and Connor Williams who will miss the remainder of the 2017 season.
Mossop and Williams join forward duo Mark Flanagan and Lama Tasi who are also on the sidelines for all the Red Devils remaining fixtures.
Lee Mossop last featured in the Challenge Cup victory over Hull KR in May but the club can now confirm he won’t appear for the Red Devils again this season.
Connor Williams hasn’t featured for Ian Watson’s side this season and has been struggling with a shoulder injury of late which means he won’t get the opportunity to force his way into the team until next season.
Flanagan has been suffering with a shoulder injury and the club had been hopeful he would make a return however the former St Helens men is now concentrating on recovering for the 2018 season.
Tasi picked up a knee injury in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final defeat against Wigan following a collision with Warriors hooker Sam Powell.
Despite these four massive losses for the Red Devils Ian Watson and the lads will continue their push for the top four against Wakefield Trinity at the The Salford Stadium on Friday 1st September.
Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Away fans to occupy East Stand

Salford Red Devils would like to confirm that away fans visiting the The Salford Stadium will be situated in the East Stand for the remainder of the season.
Having the travelling fans in the East Stand was successfully trialled against Castleford Tigers on Friday 11th August and this continue through the final three home games of the 2017 season.
There has been much discussion on social media regarding the positioning of fans at the The Salford Stadium and all options are being taken into consideration ahead of the 2018 season.
Fans from Wakefield Trinity, Huddersfield Giants and St Helens will now watch their sides go up against the Red Devils from the East Stand as all four sides aim to earn a Super League semi-final spot.
Tickets are now available for all three of our remaining Super 8s home games against Wakefield, Huddersfield and St Helens. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website.

Wakefield tickets on sale

The Red Devils are set to face Wakefield Trinity next up at the The Salford Stadium on Friday 1st September, 8pm kick-off.
Wakefield currently sit 4th in the Super League Super 8s two points above the Red Devils with both sides looking to make their first ever Super League Grand Final appearance this year.
It will be Trinity’s third visit to the The Salford Stadium this season following the Red Devils victory in the Challenge Cup however Wakefield did come away with a 24-34 Super League victory in early June.
Come and watch as the Red Devils try and topple Trinity and continue their push for a top four finish.
All ticket details are as follows:
Adult (West Stand): £25
Adult (South Stand – Standing): £20
Adult (West Stand Value): £18
Children (Under 17): £10
Student/Senior (West Stand): £20
Student/Senior (South Stand – Standing): £15
Student/Senior (West Stand Value): £13
For any information regarding any wheelchair bays or disabled facilities that are required call the stadium directly on 0161 786 1574 or email ticketoffice@ajbellstadium.co.uk
Tickets are also on sale for the Red Devils other Super 8s home games against Huddersfield and St Helens. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Factfile: Wigan Warriors vs Salford Red Devils

The Red Devils last visit to the DW Stadium yielded Salford’s first victory at Wigan in 20 years as Ian Watson’s men came away with a memorable 16-31 victory.
But, Salford have had a torrid time of it at Wigan in previous seasons. The Red Devils last victory, before this season’s triumph, came back in 1997 with a 14-21 victory with four Steve Blakeley goals and a Mark Lee drop-goal being the difference.
It isn’t just on the road against the Warriors where the Red Devils have struggled but with just 2 victories in their last 22 meetings with Wigan it’s fair to say Wigan are Salford’s bogey side. Unfortunately, Salford endured a 17-game losing streak against Wigan between 2006 and 2014.
Narrow defeats to the Warriors in 2016 and 2015 were an improvement on the Red Devils visits to the DW Stadium in earlier seasons. Salford conceded 38 points or more in five consecutive visits to the DW.
The Red Devils do have several former Warriors in the side with Lee Mossop, Mark Flanagan and Logan Tomkins all having donned the Cherry and White of Wigan at some point.
Flanagan featured for the Warriors in 2009 before moving to NRL side Wests Tigers while Mossop and Tomkins had longer spells with Wigan. Tomkins spent four years with the Warriors with one being spent on loan with the Red Devils before the move was made permanent in 2016 while his brothers Sam and Joel still represent Wigan however only Sam is in this weekend’s matchday squad.
Mossop also joined Salford from Wigan however his move came at the start of this season. The former England international won both the Challenge Cup and Super League with the Warriors throughout two spells with the club spanning seven seasons which were split by a year in Australia with the Parramatta Eels.
Wigan and Salford have met on three occasion this season with Wigan winning twice and the Red Devils earning one victory. Both sides picked up wins on the oppositions patch before Wigan knocked off the Red Devils at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in last month’s Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final.
Greg Johnson has scored in two of the three meetings this season for Ian Watson’s side while Niall Evalds grabbed a brace in the visit to the DW earlier in the season. However, it is Oliver Gildart who has dominated this fixture in 2017 scoring four tries against the Red Devils this season.
Fans can still purchase tickets for Friday night’s game against Wigan at the DW Stadium. Supporters are also reminded that they can now buy tickets for all of the Red Devils home Super 8s games against Wakefield, Huddersfield and St Helens. Season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Don't miss the Salford Red Devils 'Master Class Rugby Camp'

Places are still available on the Salford Red Devils Foundation’s ‘Master Class Rugby Camp’ with four dates on offer over the next fortnight. Anyone wishing to get involved can also come and pay on the day.
Red Devils first teamers Junior Sa’u and Robert Lui will be taking this week’s sessions and will teach everything you need to know to become a Red Devil.
Sessions will include position specific master classes, fitness training in the first team gym, wrestling, skills technique and games all of which designed to develop rugby skills.
Costing £60 per person the sessions will take place between 10am-3pm at the The Salford Stadium on the following days and you can turn up on the day and get involved:

  • Tuesday 15th August and Wednesday 16th August (Year 8 and Year 9)
  • Tuesday 22nd August and Wednesday 23rd August (Year 6 and Year 7)

*Current year group for the 2016/17 school year.
Book your place or come down on the dates above and don’t miss the opportunity to learn from the Red Devils first team.
To book your place contact Salford Red Devils Foundation on 0161 786 1591 or Email joanne.shepherd@salfordreddevils.net
Tickets are on sale for the Red Devils trip to Wigan. Tickets are also now available for all Super 8s home fixtures against Wakefield, Castleford and St Helens. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club’s ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Wigan Away – Ticket, Coach and Travel information

The Red Devils are set to face Wigan Warriors in a rematch of last month’s Challenge Cup semi-final on Friday 18th August in the Super 8s.
It will be the second time the Red Devils have travelled to the DW Stadium this season and the fourth meeting with the Warriors in all competition. Kick-off is 8pm.
Salford receive 25% of any tickets bought in advance from the club ticket office so get yours prior to Friday night.
All ticket details are as follows:
Adults – £22
Concessions (Over 60 years and full-time students) – £16
Under 16’s – £10
Under 16’s Season Ticket holders – Free
Coach travel will be available for the game against Wigan on Friday 18th August. Coach travel will cost £11. Below are the pick-up points and times:
Chandos Sports and Social Club: 5:20pm
Royal Sovereign: 5:35pm
Eccles Town Hall: 5:50pm
Dog and Partridge: 5:55pm
The Salford Stadium: 6:15pm
Matchday parking is available on Car Park 1 (Stadium Way, WN5 0UN). This is payable on matchday and costs £20 per coach, £10 per minibus and £5 per car.
Fans can purchase tickets for Friday night’s game against Wigan at the DW Stadium from the club ticket office at the The Salford Stadium
Supporters are also reminded that tickets are now on sale for all of the Red Devils Super 8s home games against Wakefield, Huddersfield and St Helens.

Manu Vatuvei – "We're grateful for all the support"

Following the Red Devils 4-23 defeat at the hands of Castleford on Friday night winger Manu Vatuvei has hailed the Salford fans for their support.
The former New Zealand international was swamped by fans after full-time and he’s made it clear how much he’s enjoying his time at Salford.
Vatuvei, sponsored by Malcolm Crompton, said: “I’m really enjoying myself here everybody’s made me feel welcome and now I can concentrate on my performances on the field.
“I know how passionate the fans are over here and the least you can do is stay behind and give them a thank you.
“Thank them for coming and supporting us week in and week out.
“It was raining against Castleford on Friday but no matter the weather they were out there supporting us so that means a lot.
“We’re grateful for all the support they offer us and all we can do is try out best out there and play the best football we can for them.
“I really enjoyed my first game at the The Salford Stadium it was great to perform in front of the home fans but, of course, it was a shame about the result.
“All the fans, particularly the younger ones, asking for autographs and pictures after the game that’s what it’s all about for me – knowing they’re enjoying watching us.
“I’ve just got to continue to improve each week now and carry on doing my job for the team and hopefully the results will come.”
Fans are reminded that tickets are now on sale for all the Red Devils Super 8s home fixtures against Wakefield, Huddersfield and St Helens. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the club’s ticket office and online via the club website. Supporters are also reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.
 

Tickets are now on sale for all Super 8s home games

Tickets are now on sale for the remainder of the Red Devils home Super 8s fixtures against Wakefield Trinity, Huddersfield Giants and St Helens.
Fans can purchase their tickets for any of the three upcoming Super 8s home fixtures from the club ticket office after tonight’s game against Castleford Tigers.
The Red Devils host Wakefield on Friday 1st September with an 8pm kick-off while the game against Huddersfield and Saints will be on Saturday afternoons.
Salford welcome the visit of Huddersfield on Saturday 9th September with a 1:30pm kick-off while St Helens travel to the The Salford Stadium on Saturday 23rd September and kick-off will be at 3pm.
All ticket details are as follows:
Adult (West Stand): £25
Adult (South Stand – Standing): £20
Adult (West Stand Value): £18
Children (Under 17): £10
Student/Senior (West Stand): £20
Student/Senior (South Stand – Standing): £15
Student/Senior (West Stand Value): £13
Tickets are also on sale for the Red Devils trip to Wigan next Friday with Salford receiving 25% of any tickets bought in advance.
For any information regarding any wheelchair bays or disabled facilities that are required call the stadium directly on 0161 786 1574 or email ticketoffice@ajbellstadium.co.uk
Fans are reminded that they can purchase tickets from the club’s ticket office immediately following tonight’s game against Castleford. Supporters can also purchase tickets over the phone or online via the club website in the upcoming weeks.

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