CST: Local girls get chance to play at SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA19 April 2018
SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA will provide local girls aged 5-11 with regular opportunities to play football.
CHARITY PARTNER: Official Prostate Cancer UK game at Brunton Park this weekend17 April 2018
Carlisle United are delighted to welcome Prostate Cancer UK to Brunton Park this weekend.
GALLERY: With our mascots at Morecambe16 April 2018
It was great to meet Sam and Tom at the Globe Arena on Saturday afternoon.
CST: Proud recipients of the Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award10 April 2018
Carlisle United’s Community Sports Trust are delighted to announce that they are the proud recipients of the Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award for 2018.
GALLERY: With our mascots at the Lincoln game4 April 2018
Our Lincoln City match day mascots had a day to remember on Monday as they met their heroes and got to go onto the pitch ahead of kick off.
GALLERY: With our mascots at the Cambridge game26 March 2018
It was a pleasure to meet Thomas and Harry at the Cambridge game on Saturday.
PCUK: Join this year's March for Men23 March 2018
Grab your walking boots and take on a March for Men this June, in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
COMMUNITY PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Luke Joyce21 March 2018
Midfielder Luke Joyce was the proud recipient of the PFA Community Player of the Year award at the Community Sports Trust awards on Tuesday evening having worked closely with Jigsaw Hospice on visits...
COMMUNITY: CST awards winners21 March 2018
Carlisle United’s EFL Day of Action was capped off in style on Tuesday evening when the club held its annual Community Sports Trust awards event.
EFL DAY OF ACTION: EFL Trust chairman visits Cumwhinton School21 March 2018
EFL Trust chairman John Nixon was at Cumwhinton School on Tuesday afternoon to watch the activities as 14 first team players got involved with the double-header Sport Relief and EFL Day of Action...
COMMUNITY: EFL Day of Action images21 March 2018
All 72 EFL Clubs came together on Tuesday for the EFL’s Day of Action to demonstrate the positive impact football can have in changing young people’s lives.