Salford Red Devils season ticket holders have to apply for tickets for the Super League clash via a ballot system.
Supporters have until 17:00 on Tuesday May 18 to enter the ballot for tickets for the round seven fixture against Wigan Warriors.
The game will be the first played in front of fans at the AJ Bell stadium since the recent lockdown easing on May 17 and follows a trial event on Tuesday May 18 as part of The Red Devils’ ‘Return to crowds’ campaign.
The trial event on Tuesday evening will see Salford’s development academy take on Wales’ development academy in a free event for the Red Devils faithful to enjoy, prior to the main event on Saturday May 22.
The process for getting tickets for Tuesday’s trial event is similar to that for the game against Wigan with season ticket holders being able to apply for a ballot.
🚨 A message to all season ticket holders 🚨
🕔 The ballot for the Round 7⃣ clash with @WiganWarriorsRL closes at 5pm today. If you haven’t already, please check your emails for details on how to enter.
— Salford Red Devils 👹 (@SalfordDevils) May 18, 2021
Under the government guidelines set out for the May 17 easing, The Red Devils would be able to host 4,000 supporters, a third of the capacity of the AJ Bell stadium.
Despite Saturday’s game being the first seeing fans at the AJ Bell, The Red Devils played in front of supporters in their 28-0 defeat at St Helens on Monday evening.
Wigan will provide tough opposition for Salford on Saturday, with the Warriors being currently placed second in the Super League table and the The Red Devils being situated tenth in the division.
The welcoming return of fans will hope to provide a source of motivation for the home team and help see The Red Devils emerge victorious on Saturday afternoon.