Salford Red Devils held their annual Fan’s Open Day last Sunday and once again a huge turnout helped to make the day a spectacular success.
From the minute the doors of the The Salford Stadium were thrown open, fans were able to mingle with staff and players, take a tour around the inner workings of the venue, pick up Junior Devils membership packs, season tickets and pre-ordered shirts, as well as get a first opportunity to buy the 2017 shirt, and the new range of fantastic Raging Bull training wear.
At 11.30 local band Cinnamon Dinner took to the stage to kick the event off proper before CEO Ian Blease took over proceedings with Head Coach Ian Watson to introduce the 2017 Playing Squad.

The Red Devils are ready to welcome the Warrington Wolves to the The Salford Stadium this Thursday 3rd March, KO 8pm.
The visitors come into the game this week on the back of three victories, the first away at Leeds Rhinos and then two wins at the Halliwell Jones Stadium against Hull KR and Wakefield Wildcats. They currently sit in second position in the First Utility Super League table.
In 2015, the Wolves won both the home and away fixtures against the Red Devils, the first a season opening 22-8 win at the Halliwell Jones Stadium and then a 34-16 win at the The Salford Stadium in May.
Red Devils Head Coach Ian Watson named his 19 Man Squad for the game earlier this week, making just one change to the side that faced Wigan last week. Adam Walne returns from injury to replace Olsi Krasniqi.
Tony Smith also named the Warrington Wolves 19 Man Squad which excluded Kurt Gidley and hooker Daryl Clark but saw the return of former Salford player Stefan Ratchford and new signing Mitchell Dodds.
Red Devils 19 Man Squad in Full
2 Justin Carney
7 Michael Dobson
1 Niall Evalds
13 Mark Flanagan
10 George Griffin
3 Josh Griffin
18 Greg Johnson
33 Josh Jones
8 Craig Kopczak
21 Ryan Lannon
9 Tommy Lee
6 Rob Lui
11 Ben Murdoch-Masila
14 Gareth O’Brien
22 Matt Sarsfield
4 Junior Sa’u
19 Logan Tomkins
15 Adam Walne
20 Jordan Walne
Warrington 19 Man Squad in Full
4 Ryan Atkins
32 Jordan Cox
11 Ben Currie
15 Mitchell Dodds
16 Brad Dwyer
3 Rhys Evans
8 Chris Hill
12 Jack Hughes
29 Benjamin Julien
18 George King
2 Tom Lineham
20 Kevin Penny
25 Joe Philbin
6 Stefan Ratchford
5 Matty Russell
7 Chris Sandow
10 Ashton Sims
14 Joe Westerman
23 Gary Wheeler
Tickets are still available for tonight’s game priced at – Adults from £25, Concessions from £20 and Juniors from £10 by calling 0161 786 1570.
Enjoy the game in style from our VIP Bar from just £45 per person.
Away visitors will be able to purchase tickets from the North Stand ticket office which is CASH ONLY.
All other tickets can be purchased from the West Stand ticket office.
Parking is available for £5 per car on a first come, first serve basis.
Fans Bar and Marquee
The fans bar and marquee will be open from 5.30pm tonight for drinks and food purchases.
The Red Devils Club shop will be situated in the fans bar and will be open from 5.30pm until 5 minutes before kick-off.

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At Sunday’s game vs Widnes Vikings, we were joined by ‘Breaking Barriers’ a charity that aims to support disabled children, young people and their families.
The Charity was founded in 2012 by parents of disabled children and helps families so they feel empowered and better able to manage whatever situation they currently face.
They were invited along to the game to do a bucket collection and had a wonderful experience at the game. They raised nearly £350 and were interviewed on the pitch at half time.
The Charity are very grateful for all the kind donations from fans and wanted to say thank you for your generosity.
Steph Sherratt, Co Founder of Breaking Barriers and Mum, said,
“We believe in equality of opportunity, the celebration of difference and aim to challenge and remove barriers to inclusion.
“The support of Salford Red Devils is extremely important to us as a Charity and we are very proud to be associated both with the lottery and with the club.
“At the game on 21st February the generosity of the club and the fans helped us raise almost £350.
“Every penny goes back into making sure we reach out to as many families as we can as often as we can.
“Thank you to everyone at the Salford Red Devils for your continued support and belief in us.”

Earlier this year we announced to fans that we would be closing the South Stand for the first three home fixtures for a trial period.
After consultation with fans in both East and South Stand the club has decided that we will trial the ability for fans to choose whether they sit in the East Stand or stand in the South behind the posts.
South Stand Season tickets and South/East Stand Match tickets can be used in either East Stand (where you must sit in the seats provided) or South Stand (standing) for the games against St Helens, Widnes and Warrington.
Choose which area you prefer before the big game and enter via the turnstiles for that chosen stand.
Maybe you fancy being with your mates in the South or for a change you want to get close the action with a seat in the East. Either way, the decision is yours.
Obviously ground regulations still apply, i.e. you will be asked to watch the game seated in the East and changing stands mid game will not be permitted, however the Club are looking to create a wall of sound in the TV games so we would like you to try out the East Stand as a vantage point.
Failure to comply with these rules may result in ejection, stadium ban or club fine.
Don’t forget tickets are on sale from the The Salford Stadium ticket office by calling 0161 786 1570. The Ticket Office is open until 10pm weekdays.

The Salford Red Devils take on Hull FC this Friday (8pm). Here is everything you need to know from the Black and Whites ahead of your visit to the KC Stadium.
Supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance from the club before travelling, with prices reduced for advanced purchases.
Tickets bought in advance are charged at £21 adults, £18 concessions and £10 juniors.
Tickets bought on the day are charged at £24 adults, £20 concessions and £12 juniors.
Tickets can be bought on match day from the Away Supporters Bar situated on the North-East corner of the stadium (see below), as well as at the automated ticketing machines at the ticket office (card only).
Away fans are seated in the East Stand in E1 and E2.
Travel and Parking:
We advise you to allow plenty of time for your journey with the M62 often busy on a Friday evening. There are plenty of motorway service stations on the route to Hull.
Parking is available at the KC Stadium on Walton Street car park, charged at £5 per vehicle.
Alternative parking is available at St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre (HU2 8LN – approx 10minute walk)
Trains leave Manchester Piccadily at 41 minutes past the hour with the direct journey to Hull taking  just under two hours approx. without changing.
Official coach travel is also available by calling 0161 786 1570. Priced at just £16.
Away Supporters Bar:
Supporters will be able to make use of a dedicated away supporters bar at the KC Stadium, called the Pitchside Bar, which is positioned at the North East corner of the ground.
The bar serves bottled beer, cider, soft drinks, hot drinks and snacks and will be showing highlights or sports news on the TV screens.
The bar is open two-and-a-half hours before kick-off, with last orders 30-minutes before the start of the match.
Food, drink and parking offers:
St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre is a stone’s throw away from the KC Stadium, with a direct walk down Londesborough Street and across the stadium footpaths.
Parking is available on match night for supporters, charged at £1, as well as exclusive food and drink offers from match ticket holders.
Pre match offers included Handmade Burger (20% off), El Taco Loco (15% off), Wok & Go Noodle Bar (10% off), Burger King (15% off), Bagel Nash (free hot drink with meal) and Krispy Kreme (10% off food and drink).
The stadium concourses also offer food and drink, including a family offer of two items of hot food, two drinks and two snacks, saving up to £4.40.
Other hot food, snacks, beers and ciders are also available, as well as Hull’s unique award-winning pies from local producer, Hull Pie. Check out our different local flavours at each game.
For the Kids:
Why not take the family to Hull FC’s popular Toys “R” Us Family Lounge, situated in the Wilberforce Suite on the southerly end of the West Stand.
As well as free toys, face painters, balloon modellers and the chance to meet players and mascots, why not take on Rugby League Live or FIFA on the Playstation and XBox in our GAMEZone.
You’ll also be able to enjoy free popcorn courtesy of Butterkist.
Inside the ground, keep an eye out for Toys “R” Us mascot, Geoffrey the Giraffe, for even more free toys!!
In the Ground:
There is plenty to look forward to at the ground, as well as 80-minutes of Super League action. The KC Stadium big screen will include fan pictures and tweets, as well as recent highlights and videos.
Hull FC’s cheerleaders will be in action, as well as special pre-match build up before the teams come out, complete with music and lightshow.
At half-time one fan will get the chance to take on the Black and Whites’ popular half-time challenge, ‘Boot It’, plus plenty more.
Hot and cold food, snacks, drinks and alcoholic beverages are also available from the stadium concourses.
You can also pick up a copy of the official match day programme for £3 from the various sellers around the ground or the ticket unit opposite the West Stand reception.
Need some help?:
Look out for a member of the ‘FC Team’, including our dedicated away supporter liaison officers. You can’t miss them, they’re in high-visibility green bibs!
The FC Team is made up of volunteer supporters who know the club better than anyone! They’re perfectly placed to help you on match day.

The Red Devils kick off their 2016 Home campaign next Thursday 11th February, KO 8pm against St Helens and we want as many of you at the The Salford Stadium to get behind the boys!
This season buying in advance of Game Day will save you FIVE POUNDS on the face value price, and don’t forget you can buy in advance via our partner Ticketmaster either online or on the phone and collect your ticket when you arrive at the big match.
You can also pop along to the Ticket Office at the Stadium and we will be happy to help you reserve your place for the exciting nights ahead.
If you need more information simply give us a call on 0161 786 1570.
Red Devils 2016 Super League Ticket Prices
South Stand / East Stand / North Stand
(pre-booked / Game Day)
Adult £20 / £25
Concession / Student / U21 £15 / £20
U17 £5 / £10
Family £40 / £45
West Stand
(pre-booked / Game Day)
Adult £25 / £30
Concession / Student / U21 £20 /£25
U17 £5 / £10
Family £50 / £55
West Stand VIP GOLD
(pre-booked / Game Day)
Adult £40 / £45
Concession / Student / U21 £30 /£35
U17 £20 / £25
Family £70 / £80