Times are changing. Rugby League and Super league is changing, not only in Salford but in Greater Manchester. For ever.
A Red Devilution has taken place and an exciting new breed of world class rugby star has arrived at the AJ Bell stadium ready to set the game alight.
Salford Red Devils have been born and are set to light up the competition with exciting, hard-hitting rugby league and you can be there to watch them too.
This guide is for you because you are interested in getting involved with us. You’ve made a great choice. Let’s help you enjoy it to the full.
Coming to the Big Match
Salford Red Devils play our home games on either a Friday evening or a Sunday afternoon (okay, there’s a Saturday evening game this year too but that’s so we don’t clash with the last day of the season for the round-ball kickers across the river.
Our fixtures can be perused by CLICKING HERE so you can pick what’s good for you and we have a variety of great offers for families, students and groups of friends. The best offers available will always be a season ticket, but until you feel you love us enough for one of those, it’s always worth checking what the best deal for you is first.
Like any high-profile sport kick off times can occasionally be tweaked to fit in with the schedules of our television broadcast partners, Sky Sports or the BBC, so it always worth double checking ahead of the event you plan to come to, to make sure it is happening when you thought it was. Of course, the latest information is always available on this website.
To learn more about the game of Rugby League CLICK HERE
THE AJ Bell Stadium
The Red Devils 12,000 capacity stadium is situated close to City Airport Manchester, the Trafford Centre and the Chill Factor e so with a little planning it is possible to turn your visit to the game into a full trip for the family.
With world famous toy shop Hamleys now close by along with a whole host of family friendly activities you really can make a visit to the Red Devils a day to remember.
Once you are at the stadium itself there is a choice of seating or standing tickets available depending on your preference. Our imposing West Stand is the pick of the bunch but you may prefer the more pocket-friendly East Stand, or even the more boisterous standing of the South Stand. Wherever you end up you are guaranteed a great view of all the action.
Each stand is fully catered for with food and drink concessions underneath. Matchday magazine sellers circulate around all areas of the ground and in 2014 we will have a brand-new, digitally enhanced Matchday Magazine priced at £3.
Unlike football matches, alchohol can be purchased within the stadium and consumed as you watch the game and there is technically no segregation of supporters, although we encourage away supporters into their own section for atmosphere purpposes.
Directions to the AJ Bell Stadium can be found HERE