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Salford Red Devils release stunning new shirt

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Salford Red Devils generally nail their kits with last season’s Anniversary shirt being a classic but they’ve now released a new limited edition ‘mash-up’ shirt and it’s certain to be a hit.

The Red Devils confirmed that the shirt will be a limited edition with just 150 available, each shirt having its unique number signifying exclusivity.

It’s being adopted as this season’s retro shirt and features multiple designs on the one shirt creating a unique and impressive look.

The club confirmed it was available to purchase via their social media where they announced its release.

Their post on X read: “We are pleased to unveil a special limited edition ‘mash-up’ shirt – with only 150 available, each uniquely numbered!”

Shirts are priced at £50 and given how stylish they look, it’s sure to sell out quickly meaning fans will have to act soon.

The club’s website provides further details of the different shirts that make up the design, with a statement reading: “Featuring some of the favourite threads donned by Salford in recent years – along with two from the ’90s – the limited edition mash up is the latest must-have bit of gear launched by VX3.”

The listed shirts that have been ‘Mash’d Up’ include the; 2024 Home, 2024 Away, 2023 Anniversary, 2023 Home, 2023 Away, 2023 Third/Magic, 1990-92 Home, 1990-92 Away and the 2018 Limited Edition Magic Weekend.

Further images of the shirt can be seen at the bottom of the article.

Edit: The club have now incredibly confirmed that the shirt has sold out already, just four hours after going on sale.

Salford Red Devils impressing on a budget

Salford Red Devils coach Paul Rowley speaks to Sky Sports

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Salford Red Devils have had some brilliant results so far in 2024 with wins over St Helens, Hull KR, Leigh Leopards and Castleford Tigers placing them seventh, level on points with sixth-placed Huddersfield.

Their recent loss to Castleford was therefore a shock with Paul Rowley claiming his team “got what they deserved”, as Innes Senior took the game by storm for Cas scoring four tries.

Despite that setback, it’s looking to be a positive season for Salford with the Red Devils’ signings performing well, particularly Nene Macdonald who has been dominant in the centres alongside Tim Lafai.

The club had to recruit after Leeds Rhinos poached two of their best in Andy Ackers and Brodie Croft and they’ve done so incredibly well on what seems to be a budget.

That’s because Sky Sports have estimated the salary spend of each Super League side and they put Salford down way below the cap of £2.1 million, making them one of the biggest overachievers in Super League.

That was the view of pundit Sam Tomkins who offered huge plaudits for Paul Rowley and his work with the team.

He said:  “Salford spending just £1.7 million and producing what they have produced in recent years getting to finals, the brand of rugby they play, I think they’re doing a remarkable job.

“I think that shows what sport is sometimes about, it’s not always about having the best players, it can be about having the best togetherness as we like to call it, and I think that’s what Salford have in an abundance, although they don’t spend as much as some clubs.”

Salford’s Limited Edition ‘Mash’d Up’ Shirt

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