We are delighted to reveal this Sunday’s Betfred Super League clash against Hull FC will be all about inclusivity.

In collaboration with the RFL’s ‘Rugby League Together’ campaign, there will be various activities on match day that shine a light on equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of the club, and beyond.

Like most home games in 2023, Sunday will begin with the Women’s team taking to the Salford Stadium Community Field at 12:30pm.

Our incredible ladies earned promotion to Super League 2 just 12 months after their formation, and have started the campaign with a a win over Castleford Tigers.

They face Leigh Leopards in their second encounter and will look to continue making history in their first-ever home fixture as a Super League side.

From 1:30pm, there will also be LDSL activities taking place on the 3G pitch, next to the stadium; plus an opportunity to try out wheelchairs used buy our newly-formed team in the West Stand forecourt, prior to kick-off.

When the men’s team emerge from the tunnel for their highly-anticipated clash, there will be a 13 second pause to promote anti-discrimination in rugby league and beyond. We ask all supporters to join us by applauding alongside the players at this time.

As revealed earlier last week, the Round 13 clash will be streamed exclusively on Our League and you can find out more by clicking here.

If you’re unable to attend the game and are watching from home, you will also see moments of recognition at half-time for our PDRL, LDSL and wheelchair teams inside the stadium from their live feed.

Join us at the Salford Stadium and celebrate our inclusivity round by clicking here.