CUSG: Bucket collection on Boxing Day24 December 2019
Carlisle United Supporters’ Group (CUSG) will be raising funds on Boxing Day via bucket collections at Brunton Park.
CUSG: December meeting minutes20 December 2019
CUSG Meeting Summary - East Stand Offices, 16.12.19
CUOSC: Record response to foodbank appeal17 December 2019
Carlisle United Football Club would like to thank CUOSC for their efforts in collecting donations for the Carlisle Foodbank ahead of the Grimsby Town home game on Saturday.
CUSG: Answers to December questions from TheCumbrians.Net16 December 2019
QUESTIONS BROUGHT TO CUSG MEETING ON MON 16 DECEMBER 2019 BY THE USERS OF THECUMBRIANS.NET FORUM:
CUOSC: Foodbank collection ahead of the Grimsby game13 December 2019
CUOSC, in conjunction with Carlisle United, are holding a foodbank appeal before the home game against Grimsby on Saturday 14 December.
LONDON BRANCH: Presentation made to chairman to mark 60 years28 November 2019
Winners of the boardroom experience in the recent CUSC London Branch 40 Club draw took the opportunity to use the Cambridge game to take up their prize, and also to use their invitation into the...
LONDON BRANCH: Vital cash donated to MNDA27 November 2019
At half-time last Saturday the Carlisle United Supporters’ Club London Branch handed over a cheque for £650 to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
CUSG: Minutes from the November 2019 meeting9 November 2019
A summary of the CUSG meeting held at Brunton Park on Monday 4 November.
CUSG: Answers to questions posed in November3 November 2019
QUESTIONS BROUGHT TO CUSG MEETING ON MON 4 NOVEMBER 2019 BY THE USERS OF THECUMBRIANS.NET FORUM:
RACE NIGHT: Join CUSG for a fun evening in November24 October 2019
Join Carlisle United Supporters’ Groups (CUSG) in Foxy’s Restaurant at Brunton Park on Friday 1 November for a packed evening of horse racing in partnership with Carlisle United and IM events.
CLUB: '90 + 5' beer a real success6 October 2019
The club and CUSC London Branch have teamed up to stock a special, limited edition brew called '90+5' to commemorate one of the most famous moments in the history of the game.