Salford Red Devils will visit Leeds Rhinos in Round 1, before returning home to face Castleford Tigers in Round 2 of 2024’s Betfred Super League.

The eagerly awaited, full 2024 fixture list is almost upon us, with our opening home and away games now confirmed.

We’re on the road to AMT Headingley Rugby Stadium on Friday, February 16th, with an 8pm kick-off, as the Super League season gets underway with a bang.

Rohan Smith’s Rhinos finished 8th place last season, but will be targeting a return to the top six, after reaching the Grand Final in 2022.

Our first home fixture of the season is a meeting with the Castleford Tigers. A team who narrowly avoided relegation in 2023, but will be rejuvenated by a new Head Coach, and a number of new signings.

They’ll travel to the Salford Stadium on Sunday, February 25th, for a 3pm kick-off.

Our last trip to Headingley was a successful one. Rhys Williams, Sam Stone and Ellis Longstaff were all on the scoresheet, as Salford recorded a fourth consecutive Super League victory.

There was a similar gritty performance the last time Cas visited the the Salford Stadium.

A stunning break, triggered by the excellence of Kallum Watkins, sent Brodie Croft strolling under the posts, before Shane Wright crashed through in the second forty to confirm victory.

Resolute defending by Ryan Brierley in the latter stages of the game was another highlight, as the Red Devils clung on to a crucial two points.

With both opening fixtures now confirmed, all eyes will be on tomorrow’s full fixture list, set to be released 8:30am!


The full fixture list for the 2021 Betfred Super League season has been announced.

Following the announcement of numerous important rounds such as Rivals Round and Dacia Magic Weekend, the highly anticipated full fixture list for this season is now published.

Salford’s first game back at the The Salford Stadium will be against Leigh Centurions, behind closed doors (BCD), on Sunday 25th April.

With fans expected to be allowed back into venues from May 17th, the first game that we should see you back in the stands at the AJ Bell will be when we welcome Wigan Warriors on Sunday 23rd May.

The last time we played in front of a crowd was the 18-14 home victory over the Warriors in the league in March 2020.

All six of the opening rounds that are BCD will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and Salford season ticket holders will be able to watch all BCD home and away fixtures on the Our League app. Codes will be distributed in due course.

The full 2021 Betfred Super League fixture list for Salford Red Devils, with fixtures subject to change and all TV rounds that are not expected to be BCD still awaiting confirmation from Sky Sports, is below:

The 2021 Super League Grand Final will be contested at Old Trafford on Saturday 9th October.

Super League chief commercial officer Rhodri Jones said: “We are delighted to be able to share the full 2021 Betfred Super League season schedule with fans.

“The first round is just a month away now and it promises to be a fantastic season with some great fixtures in store and most of all we look forward to welcoming fans back into stadiums.”

“Our clubs have been busy recruiting in the off-season and I am sure I’m not alone in saying that I can’t wait to see our amazing athletes back in action alongside these fantastic new signings, including Greg Inglis, Josh Reynolds, Korbin Sims and of course, the return of John Bateman to Wigan Warriors.”

“We will see four teams led out by new coaches in 2021 and I wish the best of luck to Brett Hodgson at Hull FC, John Duffy at Leigh Centurions, Richard Marshall at Salford Red Devils and Ian Watson at Huddersfield Giants, who will be hoping to emulate the recent success he achieved at Salford in reaching two finals in the last two seasons.

“I would like to thank the clubs, the RFL and Sky Sports for their input, understanding and patience, enabling us to produce a compelling fixture list.”

Betfred Super League Play-Offs

Eliminator 1: Thursday 23 September

Eliminator 2: Friday 24 September

Semi-Final 1: Thursday 30 September

Semi-Final 2: Friday 1 October

Betfred Super League Grand Final: Saturday 9 October

2019 Betfred Super League fixtures confirmed

Salford Red Devils will begin the 2019 Betfred Super League season against Huddersfield Giants at the John Smiths Stadium on Friday 1st February, 7:45pm kick-off. To see all fixtures click HERE.
Ian Watson’s men will host newly-promoted London Broncos in their first home game of the 2019 season on Sunday 10th February at the The Salford Stadium.
This is the first of three home fixtures in February with the Red Devils also welcoming Leeds Rhinos on Sunday 17th February and 2018 Betfred Super League Leaders’ Shield winners St Helens on Thursday 28th February; the Red Devils first televised game.
Salford will make the trip to France to face 2018 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup winners Catalans Dragons on Saturday 9th March with trips to Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity also coming in March either side of a home fixture against 2018 Betfred Super League winners Wigan Warriors.
The Red Devils’ Easter schedule sees them travel to Warrington Wolves on Friday 19th April before hosting Wigan Warriors for the second time in a month on Monday 22nd April. Salford will travel to London Broncos on Saturday 27th April.
Round 16 will play host to the Dacia Magic Weekend on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May with these fixtures to be confirmed in due course.
Salford will feature on Sky Sports again on Thursday 4th July as they welcome Huddersfield Giants to the The Salford Stadium.
The 2019 Betfred Super League sees the re-introduction of ‘loop’ fixtures meaning the Red Devils will play Wigan Warriors, London Broncos, Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC, Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos on three occasions. Each team will play 29 fixtures – 14 at home and 14 away, plus the Magic round – meaning they play seven of the other 11 teams three times, and the other four twice. That fixture pattern has been determined by the teams’ finishing positions in 2018.
Ian Watson’s side will make the trips to the KCOM Stadium, Halliwell Jones Stadium and Ealing Trailfinders on two occasions while Wigan, Huddersfield and Leeds will visit the The Salford Stadium twice each.
The final game of the 2019 regular season will see Salford host Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday 15th September. Please remember that all fixtures are subject to change.
Full fixtures can be seen below:

Salford Red Devils Season Tickets for the upcoming 2019 season are still available to purchase at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.
For any questions regarding 2019 Season Tickets visit our FAQ’s HERE or E-Mail
Join us for the 2019 season as we show we are #TogetherStronger!

Statement | London and Toulouse rearranged fixtures

Salford Red Devils can confirm that our final two fixtures of the 2018 season against London Broncos and Toulouse Olympique have been rearranged.
Our final home game of the season against Toulouse has been moved forward to Thursday 27th September, 7:45pm kick-off, so the game can be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Unfortunately, this has meant that our upcoming game against London Broncos has also had to move forward to Saturday 22nd September, 3pm kick-off, due to RFL protocol which states that teams should have a minimum 5-day turnaround between matches.
Tickets for the London and Toulouse games have not been on sale as dates were never confirmed and the Club has stated from the outset that these two fixtures were subject to change.
We realise this is scant consolation to fans who have booked travel and accommodation to London or who may now not be able to make the final home game of the season, but, unfortunately, due to the operational rules these games and dates of games were to be played were taken out of our hands.

Fixtures | Salford begin Qualifiers at Hull KR

Salford Red Devils will begin The Qualifiers campaign with a trip to KCOM Craven Park to take on Hull Kingston Rovers on Friday 10th August, 8pm kick-off.
The Red Devils first two home fixtures against Widnes Vikings and Toronto Wolfpack will be featured live on Sky Sports.
Salford are set to face Widnes – live on Sky Sports for the third time this season – on Saturday 18th August, 3:15pm kick-off.
While the game against Canadian side Toronto will take place on Saturday 8th September and will also be a 3:15pm kick-off.
The Red Devils will travel to the Mbi Shay Stadium to face Halifax RLFC between these home games on Sunday 2nd September, 3pm kick-off.
Ian Waton’s men are then set to have back-to-back away fixtures beginning against Leeds on Friday 14th September – 7:45pm kick-off – followed by London Broncos at Ealing Trailfinders on Sunday 23rd September.
Salford are scheduled finish The Qualifiers campaign at the The Salford Stadium on Sunday 30th September against French side Toulouse Olympique, 3pm kick-off.
However, the final three rounds of fixtures against Leeds, London and Toulouse are subject to change dependant on whether the games are chosen for broadcast by Sky Sports.
Synchronise all the fixtures direct to your phone by clicking here.

Super 8s Round-Up – Round Five

Salford Red Devils kept their hopes of a top four finish alive as they earned their first Super 8s victory with a dominant 52-14 victory over Huddersfield.
Ian Watson’s men raced into a 30-o lead inside the opening 35 minutes. Kris Welham crossed twice while Tyrone McCarthy, Manu Vatuvei and Niall Evalds also crossed. Jermaine McGillvary did score in the closing stages of the half but it didn’t slow the Red Devils down after the break.
Vatuvei notched his second of the afternoon with the hosts first attacking set after the interval. Jake Bibby, Ben Murdoch-Masila and Josh Jones helped the Red Devils reach the half century mark. Oliver Roberts and Ryan Hinchcliffe scored for the Giants but Rick Stone’s men were never in the contest.
The victory means Salford now sit three points behind Wigan in 3rd and Hull FC in 4th. Wakefield and St Helens still currently sit above the Red Devils with Watson’s side set to host St Helens on Thursday 21st September.
Wigan Warriors climbed into the top four at the expense of Wakefield and also jumped above Hull FC with their 22-30 victory over the Black and Whites. Liam Watts was dismissed for an elbow on Michael McIlorum in a first half which saw Mahe Fonua and Oliver Gildart cross for either side. Fonua scored a second with Sika Manu and Marc Sneyd also going over but tries from Tom Davies, John Bateman and a second from Anthony Gelling boosted Wigan’s top four ambitions.
It was a disappointing weekend for Wakefield who slipped out of the top four with a late Jonny Lomax try moving St Helens within two points of the top four. Bill Tupou scored twice either side of Louis McCarthy-Scarsbrooks try but Saints fought back through Theo Fages and Lomax’s dramatic late try. Mark Percival’s conversion sealed a narrow yet important win.
Meanwhile runaway leaders Castleford Tigers extended the gap at the top of the Super League Super 8s table with a 38-24 win over Leeds Rhinos. Ben Roberts grabbed a brace alongside tries from Greg Eden, Jake Webster and Alex Foster in a splendid first half display. Kallum Watkins had given Brian McDermott’s side the lead before Cas’ five unanswered tries.
Jamie Jones-Buchanan’s early second half try was cancelled out by Greg Minkin before Matt Parcell and Mitch Garbutt tried to ignite a Rhinos comeback but Castleford held on and now lead the chasing pack by 12 points.
Round Six Fixtures

  • Hull FC vs Wakefield Trinity – Thursday 14th September
  • Leeds Rhinos vs Salford Red Devils – Friday 15th September
  • St Helens vs Huddersfield Giants – Friday 15th September
  • Wigan Warriors vs Castleford Tigers – Sunday 17th September

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