Salford Red Devils are delighted to announce a new and exciting partnership with Parello, the go-to property company for everything you’d ever need in property investment.

As a testament to the growing synergy between sports and local businesses, Parello will feature on the playing kit of Salford Red Devils throughout the upcoming 2024 season.

Chris Irwin, Chief Commercial Officer at Salford Red Devils, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating: “We are thrilled to welcome Parello into the Red Devils family.

“This partnership signifies our commitment to fostering relationships within the Salford community and aligning ourselves with businesses that share our values of excellence and community engagement.

“We look forward to a successful season ahead with Parello by our side!”

Nick McCance, Founder of Parello, shared his excitement about the collaboration, saying: “At Parello, we are honoured to join forces with the Salford Red Devils, a team that embodies the spirit of resilience and dedication.

“At Parello, everyone we work with is a partner in our eyes but this is more than just a sponsorship; it’s a shared commitment to community, success, and the vibrant energy of Salford.

“We are eagerly anticipating seeing the Parello brand showcased on the playing kit and being part of the Red Devils’ journey.”

The partnership between Parello and Salford Red Devils signifies a powerful union between sports and local business, highlighting the importance of community engagement and shared values.

As the 2024 season approaches, fans can anticipate an exciting era for the Red Devils, fuelled by the support of Parello.

For more information on Parello visit their website HERE.

Salford Red Devils are delighted to release the 2024 home and away kit, in partnership with VX3.

Inspired by Les Diables Rouges, a nickname given to the Salford team of 1934, who undertook a two month visit to the south of France to help the fledgling game in the country establish itself.

The home jersey is a classic red; featuring a white collar and a red, white, and black pattern on the end of each sleeve.

The shirt is paired with white shorts and hooped red, white, and black socks.

Our 2024 away jersey is all black, with faded red streaks on the shoulders. The black shorts feature a red and white stripe on the sides, with the socks following a similar pattern.

Involved in the kit launch was skipper, Kallum Watkins, World Cup finalist, Tim Lafai and exciting new addition, Cade Cust.

Alongside the three members of the men’s first-team was Tamzin Corcoran and Summer Harris – two stars of our thriving women’s side.

Get your hands on the jersey by clicking HERE!

Cade Cust says he has enjoyed his first full week as a Salford Red Devils player.

The Aussie signed for the club after a two-year stint at Wigan Warriors, signing a one-year deal, with the option to extend his stay by a further season.

A powerful halfback, Cust will be hoping to kick-on his career with some regular game time, under the tutelage of Paul Rowley.

Speaking to our YouTube channel, Cust was asked what abilities he will be bringing to the squad during 2024.

“Definitely a running game,” he began.

“I think I’m a powerful six, so hopefully I can play plenty of games, stay on the pitch and get plenty of wins for the club – I’m really looking forward to it.

“One of the main things for me is playing consistent, week in, week out and putting points on the board.”

On his first week as a whole, the 25-year-old said: “It’s been very enjoyable.

“First week is obviously the hardest, so I feel like I’ve fit in really well with the players and the coaching staff.”

Cust has joined a very close-nit group; a bond that’s powered the team to some famous victories over the last 24 months.

“It’s been perfect,” he continued when discussing the group dynamic.

“Everyone has welcomed me and it’s been an easy transition. I knew a few boys from Wigan and a couple of the Aussie’s I get along really well with!”

To hear our full, first interview with Cade, click HERE to head to our YouTube channel – make sure to subscribe.

There has been a slight kick-off change to our Betfred Super League Round 3 clash against Hull KR.

As revealed last week, Salford Red Devils will travel to Leeds Rhinos on opening weekend, before returning home in Round 2, to face Castleford Tigers.

We will then lock horns with last year’s Challenge Cup finalists’, Hull KR, at the Salford Stadium.

Originally, the game was set to take place at 3pm on Saturday 2nd March. However, there has been a slight alteration to kick-off time, with the fixture now getting underway on the same day, at 5:30pm.

Confirmed details:

Salford Red Devils vs Hull KR

Salford Stadium

Saturday 2nd March


The new Head Coach of Salford Red Devils Women, Mike Grady is ‘excited’ to get going in his new role and has set ambitions of achieving promotion back to the Betfred Women’s Super League.

Speaking for the first time since his appointment, Grady could not hide his delight at joining the club at such a promising time for the women’s game.

“Proud. Looking forward to it. Excited and just can’t wait to get going,” he began.

“The women’s game is massive at the moment, it’s being pushed really well, the coverage of it and I just can’t wait to get stuck into it!”

Grady is already vastly experienced at both club and international level. Most recently, he joined John Kear for a stint at Widnes Vikings, alongside becoming Head Coach of the Spanish National Team.

Now fully settled in his new role, Grady will be looking forward to next week’s trials and recruiting fresh talent.

These sessions on Monday and Wednesday are still available to attend, so please click HERE to access the sign-up form.

“First of all, we’re going to have a trial and see who’s out there and who can come in,” Grady continued.

“And just like any team, we’re going to get stuck into pre-season, work hard and we’ll set our goals to rip into the season in the best way we can.”

Our debut season in the Women’s Super League was a relatively successful one. A playoff spot was achieved, but a huge restructure of the competition means we will be competing at a lower level in 2024.

Grady, however, is determined that we bounce straight back: “We’re in it to win it.

“We’re going to push ourselves, we’re going to go for it and the aim is to go up, so we’ll be working hard in pre-season towards achieving that throughout the year.”

Another objective of his new role is to put a pathway in place for young girls to become the next stars of Salford Red Devils.

Work towards this has already started with the Foundation’s Girls Development Academy, but Grady is really keen to get involved and make his mark.

“We’re just looking to put pathways in place. I know a lot of the work goes on during the week at colleges in and around the area.

“So it’s just putting a pathway into place and showing there is something to reach for, to aim for and ultimately the first-team.”

To see our chat with Mike in full, head to our YouTube channel HERE.

Our first three home fixtures of the 2024 Betfred Super League season are on sale now.

The Original Red Devils are back and our schedule for another season of breathtaking rugby league action has been confirmed.

You can view our full 2024 fixture list by clicking HERE.

We’ve missed the sights, smells and sounds of match day at the Salford Stadium, but it’s not too long until we’ll be reunited and there’s now the opportunity to secure your place at our first three home fixtures.

After an opening weekend trip to face Leeds Rhinos, we return home on Sunday, February 25th, at 3pm, to face Castleford Tigers, in Round 2.

Under new Head Coach, Craig Lingard, the Tigers have heavily replenished their squad and will be looking to climb the table after a disappointing 2023 campaign.

The last time Cas visited the Salford Stadium, an Aussie double ensured a 14-6 victory, with some resolute defending also a shining highlight.

Our opening home fixture is quickly followed by another, with last year’s Betfred Challenge Cup finalists’, Hull KR in town on Saturday, March 2nd, at 3pm.

A journey down the M62 to face St Helens in Round 4 is sandwiched between our third home game.

On Thursday, March 14th, at 8pm, the reigning Super League champions, Wigan Warriors will arrive for what is surely to be another cracker under the lights.

To buy tickets for any of the three home fixtures mentioned above, please click HERE.

It’s that time of year again!

Life has been boring without Salford Red Devils, but the boys have already reconvened for pre-season training and now know their schedule for the 2024 Betfred Super League campaign.

It was already revealed last night that we will be travelling to face Leeds Rhinos on opening weekend, before welcoming Castleford Tigers to the Salford Stadium a week later.

We also know 2024 Magic Weekend will be hosted at Elland Road, where we’ll take on Adrian Lam’s Leigh Leopards.

Feast your eyes on the full schedule below and head to our social channels for some immediate reaction:

2024 Betfred Super League fixture list:

Round 1 – Leeds Rhinos (AMT Headingley Rugby Stadium) Friday 16th February, 8pm.

Round 2 – Castleford Tigers (Salford Stadium) Sunday 25th February, 3pm.

Round 3 – Hull KR (Salford Stadium) Saturday 2nd March, 5:30pm.

Round 4 – St Helens (Totally Wicked Stadium) Friday 8th March, 8pm

Round 5 – Wigan Warriors (Salford Stadium) Thursday 14th March, 8pm.

Round 6 – Leigh Leopards (Salford Stadium) Saturday 30th March, 5:30pm

Round 7 – Castleford Tigers (Mend-a-Hose Jungle) Friday 5th April, 8pm.

Round 8 – London Broncos (Cherry Red Records Stadium) Sunday 21st April, 3pm.

Round 9 – Warrington Wolves (Salford Stadium) Saturday 27th April, 3pm.

Round 10 – Huddersfield Giants (John Smith’s Stadium) Friday 3rd May, 7:45pm.

Round 11 – Leigh Leopards (Leigh Sports Village) Friday 10th May, 8pm.

Round 12 – Wigan Warriors (Salford Stadium) Saturday 25th May, 3pm.

Round 13 – London Broncos (Salford Stadium) Sunday 2nd June, 3pm.

Round 14 – Warrington Wolves (Halliwell Jones Stadium) Friday 14th June, 8pm.

Round 15 – St Helens (Salford Stadium) Sunday 23rd June, 3pm.

Round 16 – Hull FC (Salford Stadium) Sunday 7th July

Round 17 – Catalans Dragons (Stade Gilbert Brutus) Saturday 13th July.

Round 18 – Huddersfield Giants (John Smith’s Stadium) Friday 19th July.

Round 19 – Castleford Tigers (Salford Stadium) Saturday 27th July.

Round 20 – Leeds Rhinos (Salford Stadium) Saturday 3rd August.

Round 21 – St Helens (Totally Wicked Stadium) Saturday 10th August.

Round 22 – Leigh Leopards (Elland Road) Sunday 18th August.

Round 23 – Huddersfield Giants (Salford Stadium) Saturday 24th August.

Round 24 – Hull KR (Sewell Group Craven Park) Friday 30th August.

Round 25 – Catalans Dragons (Salford Stadium) Saturday 7th September.

Round 26 – Hull FC (MKM Stadium) Saturday 14th September.

Round 27 – Wigan Warriors (DW Stadium) Friday 20th September.


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!

Magic Weekend heads to Leeds, as Salford Red Devils kick-off day two with a crunch clash against Leigh Leopards.

All 12 Betfred Super League clubs will gather on August 17-18th for a full round of fixtures, which includes some blockbuster matchup’s.

Returning to the height of summer in 2024, Magic will be staged at the sixth venue since the concept was launched in 2007 – Elland Road, the home of Leeds United FC.

All six matches will be shown live and exclusive by Sky Sports, as part of the new three-year broadcast partnership announced this autumn.

Last season, to kick-off proceedings at St James’ Park, Paul Rowley’s side produced a stellar performance to beat Hull KR 26-16.

Two late tries from Ken Sio and Chris Atkin proved the difference in such a back and forth contest, as the Red Devils made it seven wins from their last eight outings.

This time we’ll be trying to cage the Leopards; a side we beat on two occasions last season.

On opening night, in front of an electric LSV, Ryan Brierley starred in a 10-20 victory, before returning to the same venue in Rivals Round to win again, this time by just two points.

Kick-off times will be confirmed when tickets go on sale for the 2024 Super League Magic Weekend, next month.

Full schedule:

Saturday 17th August

Hull FC v London Broncos

Wigan Warriors v St Helens

Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos

Sunday 18th August

Leigh Leopards v Salford Red Devils

Catalans Dragons v Hull KR

Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers

View the best images as Joe Shorrocks completed a transfer to Salford Red Devils.

Joining the club on a three-year deal, the utility forward is a significant addition to our squad ahead of 2024 and will be looking to kick-on under the tutelage of Paul Rowley.

Shorrocks is already vastly experienced at the top level, but his relatively young age means he still has plenty of time to develop into a really special player.

Club photographer, Steve McCormick was in attendance to capture what Joe got up to on his first morning:


We sat down with our new addition for his first interview. Head over to our YouTube channel to hear in full.


Shorrocks becomes the sixth addition to Paul Rowley’s squad during the off-season.


He’s only 23, but Shorrocks already has a Super League and Challenge Cup winners medal in his locker.


Shorrocks is determined to win his spot in the team and make a difference.


The Wigan-born forward was shown around the Salford Stadium for the first time.


After finishing off his media duties, Shorrocks was straight into pre-season preparations with the rest of the squad.