Event | Third Fan Focus event on Tuesday 20th November

Salford Red Devils can confirm that our next Fan Focus Evening will take place on Tuesday 20th November in the Salford Red Devils museum at the The Salford Stadium from 7pm.
This will be the third Fan Focus Evening with the first two meetings helping the Club with recent initiatives such as the Squad Builder, the Willows Wall and our move to Sunday fixtures for the 2019 season.
Now that our fixtures for the 2019 Betfred Super League season have been confirmed – click here to see them all – we will be focusing on the matchday experience ahead of next year and would like to get the opinions of our loyal supporters on the subject.
If you’d be interested in attending the next Fan Focus Evening please E-Mail enquiries@salfordreddevils.net to confirm your attendance. If you have any other questions or queries regarding the Fan Focus Evening please E-Mail.
We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 20th November as we continue to work with our fanbase to show that we are #TogetherStronger.
Season Tickets are still available to purchase at the The Salford Stadium, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or by simply clicking HERE. Purchase yours today as we are #TogetherStronger. For more details on Season Tickets, click HERE.
If you’d like to sign-up for our Squad Builder scheme all details can be found HERE. And, the Direct Debit form link can be accessed HERE.
Or, if you’re interested in getting a brick on the ‘Willows Wall’ please contact John.Blackburn@salfordreddevils.net

Willows Wall | Vote for your right winger

Last week Club partners Capricorn Security and the Salford Red Devils Foundation launched a new initiative where the company will donate £25 a week to the Foundation for a brick on the Willows Wall with a Red Devils legend printed on.
The second vote is now live and we’re asking you to vote for your favourite Red Devils right winger from yesteryear.
The winner will be confirmed next week.
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Willows Wall | Paul Charlton named at full-back

Paul Charlton has won the voting for the fullback position in Salford’s ‘Heritage Team’ which will take place on the ‘Willows Wall’ as part of an initiative between Capricorn Security and the Salford Red Devils Foundation. 
Charlton made 233 appearances for Salford, scoring 99 tries and kicking two goals totalling at 301 points. The dynamic Charlton set the world record for tries in a season from full-back crossing for 33 in the 1972-73 campaign. 31 of these were for Salford while he also scored for Great Britain and Cumberland from this position.
The try-scoring full-back joined Salford from Workington Tow in October 1969 in a deal worth £13,000. In his time at Salford, Charlton won a Championship title in 1974 as well as a Lancashire Cup winners medal in 1972.
Charlton earned 19 caps for Great Britain and a member of Great Britain’s World Cup winning side in 1972; which was held in France. Charlton would return to Workington Town fin 1975 following six successful seasons at The Willows and went on to also play for Blackpool Borough.
The Championship winner saw off sturdy competition from some other great full-backs to win with 34.48%.
The voting finished as below:

  1. Paul Charlton – 34.48%
  2. Gary Jack – 16.64%
  3. Gary Broadbent – 16.30%
  4. Steve Gibson – 15.27%
  5. Paul Fletcher – 13.55%
  6. Steve Rule – 1.37%
  7. Arthur Gregory – 1.20%
  8. Harold Osbaldestin – 0.51%
  9. Colin Whitefield – 0.51%
  10. Ken Gwillam – 0.00%

If you’d like to get your names alongside a host of Salford Red Devils legends contact John.Blackburn@Salfordreddevils.net and get your name on the ‘Willows Wall’ for £25. 
All of your money will be donated directly to the Salford Red Devils Foundation.

Gold Line Draw | Family donate winnings to Foundation

Salford Red Devils were saddened to learn of the passing of Harold Edwards – a 97-year-old lifelong fan – who recently won £500 on the Gold Line Draw before he could receive his winnings. However, his family have Kindly requested that the winnings go to the Salford Red Devils Foundation in his memory. 
Mr Edwards, of Weaste, attended The Willows for many years and still supported the Club on a weekly basis through the Gold Line Draw.
John Blackburn, of the Salford Red Devils Foundation, said: “Everyone at the Foundation and Club are saddened to hear of Harold’s passing.
“We are aware of how committed a Salford fan Harold was and we will ensure his name lives on by placing his name on the Willows Wall in the Salford Red Devils Museum.”
Everyone at Salford Red Devils would like to pass on their condolences to the Edwards family and thank them for their generous donation to the Salford Red Devils Foundation.
If you’d like to buy a brick on the Willows Wall please contact John.Blackburn@SalfordRedDevils.net.

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