Playing in their first ever Grand Final Salford Red Devils will be taking on the league leaders St Helens at Old Trafford to claim the title.

The winner of the 24th Super League Grand Final will be crowned in just four days time, but… who will come out on top?


Salford celebrate after beating Wigan to make the final after the Betfred Super League semi final match at the DW Stadium, Wigan. Credit: PA Images

Thousands of Rugby League fans will be heading to Salford on Saturday 12th October for the 6pm kick-off, with over 6000 tickets already sold to Salford supporters.

Salford, the team who almost got relegated in 2016 and had a 150-1 shot of winning the Grand Final at the beginning of the season, defied all odds and secured their place at Old Trafford with a 28-4 win against last years champions Wigan Warriors at DW Stadium last friday.

Five-time Super League Grand Final winners St Helens soared through to Old Trafford after beating Wigan Warriors 40-10 at The Totally Wicked Stadium, could this be their sixth win?

Salford Red Devils’ Grand Final fans will be supporting from the East Stand, while the Saints fans will be in the West Stand.

Saints Ticket Information

For St Helens fans, tickets are now available online by clicking here or through the Club Ticket Office at Totally Wicked Stadium. You can also book via the phone by calling 01744 455052. The club strongly advises fans to buy online to secure their ticket.

Salford Red Devils Ticket Information

With 2000 tickets remaining for The Devils in the East Stand, Salford supporters can purchase tickets to attend The Devil’s first ever appearance in a Super League Grand Final by clicking here or by going to the Ticket Office at the AJ Bell Stadium. Alternatively call 0161 786 1570 to secure a spot.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Cat 1: £85

Cat 2: £65

Cat 3: £50

Cat 4: £40 (Adult) £30 (Concession)

Cat 5: £30 (Adult) £22.50 (Concession)

Cat 6: £20 (Adult) £15 (Concession)

Disabled, carers and under 2’s tickets will not be available online, or at the call centre. Email: with your name and contact number and a member of staff will contact you.

But don’t worry if you can’t get tickets, Sky Sports will be broadcasting all the action live.

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