Category: Rugby

Pre-Season is on its way

After more than a year of Sale FC not playing a match of any description, we invite two old friends down to Heywood Road for two pre-season home games. We follow this with two away games.

  • 7th August at Heywood Road we will have the visiting Rotherham Titans  (also the last test for British and Irish Lions vs South Africa)
  • 14th August at Heywood Road we will have Sedgley Tigers Who last played at Heywood Road when the upstairs Suite @Sale FC was opened
  • 21st August we play away to Sedgley
  • 28th August we play away to Fylde

The home games at Heywood Road will be free entry with more details nearer the date. Our new Executive Chef will provide menus closer to the dates.

1st Test Lions vs Springboks

Tomorrow the first test between the British and Irish Lions vs South Africa takes place and we are going to be watching on the big screens down at Heywood Road. We have about 10 tickets still available for the event which includes Table Ten @Sale FC’s new Executive Chef Eugene providing food. His Taste of The World Street Food is included in the £10 price. After the game we have live music to round off the day!

Lions Menu 1st test

Tonight! It’s Coming Home!

Tonight down at Heywood Road we are open for both the British Lions vs the Sharks followed by England playing Denmark in the Euros semi-final.

Can we make it a double header of wins tonight?

We’ve got the bar open and food available to order. Doors open at 5pm!

Menu for tonight is

  • South african cape malay sloppy joe with cheese,slaw and chips
  • Bangkok bad boy vegetarian burger with slaw ,chips and cheese
  • Gourmet beef burger with cheese, slaw and chips with jalapeños as an option


Chairman’s Chat

Dear Members,

Welcome to what will be my monthly ‘Chairman Chat’ newsletter. I plan through these newsletters to keep you updated on happenings at the club and giving you a glance behind the scenes, as a well as highlighting events and encouraging you to come along and get involved.

Sadly, I start my first newsletter reflecting on the sad news of the passing of our dear friend and club stalwart Dave Levings. There are not enough superlatives to describe Dave, he was truly just one of the nicest people I have met and had the chance to call a friend, he was a true gentleman. Having had the privilege to travel the length and breadth of the country with Dave and the Exec as we visited many grounds in support of the 1st XV, his funny stories about when he played and his infectious enthusiasm for our club made him fantastic company. He was always someone a lot of us would go to for advice and guidance when it came to club matters and I know I speak for many when I say he will be dearly missed.

It has been such a busy time at the club and so much of the hard work that goes on behind the scenes, does so unnoticed. Read More Here