Located in Barton-upon-Irwell, a suburban area within Greater Manchester, the AJ Bell Stadium is the home of Rugby Super League’s Salford Red Devils and Aviva Premiership’s Sale Sharks.

The 11,500-capacity stadium was built in 2012 and it also hosts events and conferences. The stadium hosted an international fixture between Scotland and the United States during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

The AJ Bell Stadium is autism-understanding, and there is a ‘quiet room’ which is accessible to all supporters. The room contains ambient lighting, toys, books, and chairs. The stadium contains 80 wheelchair bays, and each wheelchair space is adjacent to an assistant seat, allowing wheelchair users to sit with a family member or friend.

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Q Who owns the AJ Bell Stadium?

The AJ Bell Stadium is owned by the City of Salford Community Stadium Ltd, a joint venture between Peel L&P and Salford City Council. The stadium has been shared between Rugby Super League’s Salford Red Devils and Aviva Premiership’s Sale Sharks since 2012.

Q How do I get to the AJ Bell Stadium?

You can get to the AJ Bell Stadium by car or public transport. From central Manchester, the number 67 bus stops at Liverpool Road/Newland’s Avenue, just a 10-minute walk from the stadium.

Q Where is Sale Sharks’ home ground?

Sale Shark’s home ground is currently the AJ Bell Stadium (Salford City Stadium). The Aviva Premiership side have played at the AJ Bell Stadium since they signed a 25-year lease in 2012.

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