|16 Nov 19||Salford City  ||-|| Swindon|
|23 Nov 19||Salford City  ||-|| Macclesfield Town|
|07 Dec 19||Colchester  ||-|| Salford City|
|14 Dec 19||Salford City  ||-|| Exeter|
|21 Dec 19||Bradford  ||-|| Salford City|
|09 Nov 19||Salford City|| ||1 - 1|| ||Burton|
|02 Nov 19||Newport|| ||1 - 2|| ||Salford City|
|26 Oct 19||Salford City|| ||1 - 1|| ||Scunthorpe|
|22 Oct 19||Mansfield|| ||1 - 2|| ||Salford City|
|19 Oct 19||Northampton|| ||2 - 0|| ||Salford City|
Salford City Football Club is a professional football club in Kersal, Salford, Greater Manchester, England, competing in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football.
The club was formed in 1940 as Salford Central and progressed steadily through local leagues until, in 1963, when it stepped up to the Manchester League and changed its name to Salford Amateurs. Nicknamed "The Ammies" the club became a real force in the 1970s, winning the Lancashire Amateur Cup in 1973, 1975 and 1977. All the Manchester County Cups and the League title came the club's way and in one season of note, the club won seven trophies. The ultimate prize – Champion of Champions – was secured in 1977. In 1979, after a decade of success, the club took its first major step towards securing its status in non-league football.