Salford City’s 2019-20 Sky Bet League Two campaign kicks off at The Peninsula Stadium against Stevenage on Saturday 3rd August.
Our debut match in the Football League has been selected for live coverage on Sky, and will kick off at 12:30pm.
Dino Maamria’s side will provide a stern test in our debut Football League match after finishing 10th last season, but just one point outside the play-offs.
The visit of The Boro is followed by a trip to Crawley Town on Saturday 10th August before the Carabao Cup gets underway in the week commencing 12th August – the Round One Draw takes place tonight.
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We visit near neighbours Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park on Sunday 29th December, rounding off 2019, before The Latics make the trip to The Peninsula Stadium just under a month later on Saturday 25th January.
The 25,000-seater Valley Parade, home of Bradford City, awaits on Saturday 21st December with Gary Bowyer’s side coming to Salford on Saturday 7th March.
The longest away game of the league season is the 291-mile trip to Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park on Tuesday 20th August.
On Boxing Day we welcome Crewe Alexandra to The Peninsula Stadium. It is our first festive game on home soil since the 2016-17 season when we won 1-0 against Bradford Park Avenue.
Our final league game is away at Cheltenham Town on Saturday 25th April.
The Carabao Cup has been scheduled in for the following weeks:
Round One – WC 12th August
Round Two – WC 26th August
Round Three – WC 23rd September
Round Four – WC 28th October
Round Five – WC 26th December
Semi-Final One – WC 6th January
Semi-Final Two – WC 27th January
Final – Sunday 1st March
The Emirates FA Cup begins on the weekend of Saturday 9th November. We enter the competition in the First Round, and if we progress the Second Round is on the weekend of Saturday 30th November.
2019-20 SALFORD CITY FIXTURES
Here is a full list of our Sky Bet League Two fixtures! Click here to sync the fixtures to your calendar!
Saturday 3rd August – Stevenage (H)
Saturday 10th August – Crawley Town (A)
Saturday 17th August – Port Vale (H)
Tuesday 20th August – Plymouth Argyle (A)
Saturday 24th August – Carlisle United (A)
Saturday 31st August – Leyton Orient (H)
Saturday 7th September – Morecambe (A)
Saturday 14th September – Cheltenham Town (H)
Tuesday 17th September – Grimsby Town (H)
Saturday 21st September – Crewe Alexandra (A)
Saturday 28th September – Forest Green Rovers (H)
Saturday 5th October – Walsall (A)
Saturday 12th October – Cambridge United (H)
Saturday 19th October – Northampton Town (A)
Tuesday 22nd October – Mansfield Town (A)
Saturday 26th October – Scunthorpe United (H)
Saturday 2nd November – Newport County (A)
Saturday 16th November – Swindon Town (H)
Saturday 23rd November – Macclesfield Town (H)
Saturday 7th December – Colchester United (A)
Saturday 14th December – Exeter City (H)
Saturday 21st December – Bradford City (A)
Thursday 26th December – Crewe Alexandra (H)
Sunday 29th December – Oldham Athletic (A)
Wednesday 1st January – Grimsby Town (A)
Saturday 4th January – Walsall (H)
Saturday 11th January – Northampton Town (H)
Saturday 18th January – Forest Green Rovers (A)
Saturday 25th January – Oldham Athletic (H)
Tuesday 28th January – Cambridge United (A)
Saturday 1st February – Port Vale (A)
Saturday 8th February – Crawley Town (H)
Tuesday 11th February – Plymouth Argyle (H)
Saturday 15th February – Stevenage (A)
Saturday 22nd February – Colchester United (H)
Saturday 29th February – Macclesfield Town (A)
Saturday 7th March – Bradford City (H)
Saturday 14th March – Exeter City (A)
Tuesday 17th March – Mansfield Town (H)
Saturday 21st March – Scunthorpe United (A)
Saturday 28th March – Newport County (H)
Saturday 4th April – Swindon Town (A)
Friday 10th April – Carlisle United (H)
Monday 13th April – Leyton Orient (A)
Saturday 18th April – Morecambe (H)
Saturday 25th April – Cheltenham Town (A)
**All fixtures are subject to a change of date/time. These will be communicated at the earliest possibility via the website and social media.