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Match Previews


Everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's big game

9 November 2017

It's the third home game of the week as United face the Glovers at Brunton Park on Saturday afternoon.

Looking ahead to the game, manager Keith Curle said: "We've made ourselves a hard team to beat in the league recently and we want to carry the home performance level on from where we were against Oldham last weekend.

"Yeovil have been like ourselves, having had a mixed start, and they'll be looking to build on better recent results as well. Obviously we've had the boost of the FA Cup victory followed by the disappointment of Wednesday night's result, and we're aiming for the consistency which will see confidence grow and more positive results come our way.

"We know the threats Yeovil have in their side, but we think we have a game plan to counter that and which will allow us to play our football. It should be another good game to watch, with two teams who like to attack, and we're confident that we'll more than play our part."

Keith Curle

Remember, you can purchase your tickets by telephone on 0844 371 1921* or buy online and print at home, or order for collection, by clicking HERE.  

*Calls to this number are charged at 7p per minute from landlines. Charges from mobiles may vary. A booking fee of £1 applies to all online transactions.


Welcome to our Big Match Sponsor

Our Match Sponsor this weekend is Cito Cleaning.

Matt and Cito have been instrumental in helping to deal with iour unusual pigeon problem this season, with guest appearances from a Hawk a regular occurrence. Also a member of our Business Club, we're looking forward to welcoming Matt and his guests.

Cito Cleaning

We're also looking forward to welcoming 12th Carlisle Guides, Beaconside CE Primary School, Thompsons U7s and U12s, Bayside FC 2005s, Carlisle City U10s, Frizington Community Primary School and Warwick Bridge School as part of our Cumberland Community Ticket Scheme.


We Will Remember Them

Ahead of the game the Blues will pay tribute to fallen servicemen and women as part of our Remembrance Day commemorations.

Representatives of the Royal British Legion – from the Navy, Army and Air Force [local former and serving members] – will carry a wreath to the centre circle ahead of kick on the day as we remember those who have fallen whilst serving their country.

We will be holding a minute’s silence, once the players have completed the pre-match formalities, and a signed shirt from the fixture will be auctioned as part of the EFL shirt poppy auction. Click HERE for more details of the auction.

Collectors will be inside and outside the stadium – please give as generously as you can – and 10% from every Match Programme sold will be donated to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

A special programme cover has been designed to commemorate Remembrance Weekend.



Join us for our Happy Hour and Big Match build-up

Our hospitality areas will all be in full-flow again this weekend and we're looking forward to seeing you all there as we get back to League Two action!  

Our TV screens will be showing Doncaster Rovers v Rotherham United from 12.30pm, to help you to get in the mood for the big game.  

Our catering partners, abm Catering, are delighted to confirm another Happy Hour in the Sporting Inn and Sunset Suite between 12pm and 1.30pm on Saturday afternoon.

The Happy Hour includes a ‘50p per pint off’ offer on Fosters, John Smiths and Strongbow [£3 per pint during the Happy Hour] – please note, Guinness and Morretti will be sold at full price.

Sunset SuiteRemember, you can upgrade your match ticket to book a place in Foxy’s Restaurant - £25pp for a two-course meal or £30pp for a three-course meal.

We also have an extensive range of sponsorship opportunities available, from Match Day sponsorship to player and ball sponsorship packages. For more information please contact the Commercial Department on 01228 554 155 or email


CUOSC Surgery

CUOSC will be holding their next Supporters’ Surgery on Saturday, between 1.30pm and 2.30pm in the Study Centre, located next to the Blues Store.  

Barry Carter from the CUSG Disabled Supporters Group will also be in attendance to answer any questions or queries our disabled fans may have.



New stock arriving in our Blues Store all the time!

As we head rapidly towards the festive season we have excellent present and gift ideas arriving in our Blues Store almost every day.

From clothing to small souvenirs and stocking fillers, we have everything your devoted Blues fan could want.

The popular home and away kits continue to sell well - some of our first team players will be popping into the Blues Store at around 2pm – be there for a selfie with your new shirt if you can make it!

Also in-store is a fantastic new historical wall chart. Everything you need to know about the Blues is right there in front of your eyes and, at just £10, it's an absolute bargain.

Keep checking in-store and online - we have new fashion and souvenir ranges arriving all the time.


Telephone sales: 01228 554 138 (during store working hours only).

To shop at our online Blues Store, click HERE.


The Mascots

Our mascots for this game are Alfie Broatch and Freddie and Rocco Parker.

Alfie told us that Nicky Adams is his favourite player, Freddie is a big Reggie Lambe fan and Rocco most wants to meet Danny Grainger.

Have a great day everybody!

To find out more about our Junior Blues membership and how to become a mascot, click HERE.



The Man in the Middle 

Our match referee this weekend is Mr Graham Salisbury.

Mr Salisbury has taken charge of 18 games so far this season and has shown 75 yellow cards and four reds.

We last met up with him when we played Fleetwood in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season. Shaun Miller and Tom Miller got our goals in a 2-1 victory, and six United names were taken in what was a busy game for the match official. Jamie Devitt, Mark Ellis, Danny Grainger, Hallam Hope, Gary Liddle and Tom Miller were all given red cards on the night.


Our betting partner Sky Bet has some fantastic odds available on all match markets – click HERE for more details.


The Match Programme

Issue 11 of this season’s The Blues Match Day programme is on sale from our usual programme selling points and outlets around the ground.

It’s a 64-page publication this season and it’s packed with fun, facts and features to keep you entertained during the half time break.

The cover has been specially designed for Remembrance Weekend and 10% of all Match Programme proceeds this weekend will be going to the Royal British Legion.

Our popular Head2Head feature puts Kelvin Etuhu up against Clint Hill in another high-scoring affair. And it's an absolute belter of a read. 

Mike Jones goes under the spotlight and he is straight to the point as he decides what to put into Room 101.

Priced at just £3 it’s becoming a must-have match day essential.


Match Day Ticket Sales

Match Day Ticket Sales are as follows:

Main Stand [B, C, Pirelli Family Stand and EWM] – from the ticket office situated on the west side of the stadium.

Paddock – from the Paddock ticket office situated at the southern end of the Paddock.

Pioneer Foods Stand and Warwick Road End – from the Pioneer Foods Stand ticket office situated on the ground floor on the east side of the stadium.

Away fans – from the away ticket office situated at the northern end of the Pioneer Foods Stand.

Remember – during the working week our Pioneer Foods Stand ticket office, situated on the first floor of the Pioneer Foods stand, is open for ticket sales for ALL areas of the ground.

The ticket office on the west side of the stadium is open on MATCH DAYS ONLY.

The ticket office is open from 10am to 5pm on weekdays (and until kick off for midweek games) and from 10am to 5.15pm on weekend match days.


It is worth noting that entry can be gained on match days by showing your ticket confirmation email on your smart phone or equivalent device. Simply present the relevant section of your eTicket for scanning at point of entry.

For full ticket office opening times and ticket prices, click HERE.

Remember, you can purchase your tickets by telephone on 0844 371 1921* or buy online and print at home, or order for collection, by clicking HERE.


Be in it to win it with our Golden Gamble

Keep your eye out for our Golden Gamble sellers around the ground ahead of kick off.

Your tickets can be purchased for just £1 (or at 3 for £2) and give you the chance to win either £100, or the share of a cash pot, in our half time draws. 

And, while we’re on the subject, why not sign up to our exciting Blues Lotto? For just £1 you can purchase 10 lucky numbers for our weekly draw giving you the chance to win cash prizes from our fund of nearly £60,000.

Golden Gamble

There is now the opportunity to pay an additional £1 per week to upgrade to Premier Membership where there is another £17,000 cash, 3 new cars and many other prizes waiting to be won. 

For more details visit or email

Alternatively call 01228 526 237 and ask for Ewan Wood. 


The Blues Store in the East Stand

We are delighted to confirm that our Blues Store will be operating from the Club Bar adjacent to the Family Zone in the Pioneer Foods Stand once again this weekend.

A full range of stock will be available with the emphasis on smaller items, suitable for the younger visitors to our extremely popular Family Zone games and play area.

Keep your eye out for our mini-tuck shop selling a range of confectionary and drinks.

Replica kit sales continue to go well in our main Blues Store on Warwick Road and it would be great to see you in your favourite colour [blue or carbon] as you cheer on the lads from the stands and the terraces.

Blues Store

Blues Store opening times:

Monday - 10am to 5pm
Tuesday - 10am to 5pm (open until 7.45pm on a match day)
Wednesday - CLOSED 
Thursday - 10am to 5pm
Friday - 10am to 5pm
Saturday - 10am to 3pm (open until 5.30pm on match day) 
Sunday - CLOSED

Telephone sales: 01228 554 138 (during store working hours only).

Click HERE to shop at our online Blues Store.


Challenge 25

We are operating the ‘Challenge 25’ policy at Brunton Park this season.

Please do not be offended if you are asked for ID when purchasing alcohol and if you appear to be under the age of 25 to our bar staff.

Challenge 25

Thank you for your cooperation.


The Supporters’ Car Park

Our supporters’ car park is open with parking available at the stadium at just £3.

Car Park

Please be aware that the ground can be uneven in places, so take care when navigating and walking around the area.


Local Match Day Travel with Stagecoach

Carlisle Footyrider – get to the match for half the cost!

Stagecoach Cumbria and Carlisle United are working together to make it easier for you to get to Brunton Park on match days.

The Carlisle Footyrider ticket will get you to every first-team home game for half the price of a normal dayrider ticket.

Stagecoach service 76 and 685 takes you straight to Brunton Park. Simply catch service 76 from The Crescent (Stand U) near the train station or service 685 from Carlisle Bus Station.


What you'll need

To get a Carlisle Footyrider ticket you’ll need to show our driver one of the following:

+ A valid Carlisle United season ticket

+ A ticket for that day's match

Where you can travel?

You can get to Brunton Park from anywhere across Cumbria and North Lancashire.

Depending on where you’re travelling from, you can purchase a Footyrider ticket from within the:

+ Carlisle dayrider zone
+ Carlisle dayrider plus zone
+ Explorer zone

How much does it cost?

+ Carlisle dayrider - £1.50
+ Carlisle dayrider plus - £3.35
+ Explorer - £5.40

Click HERE to visit the Stagecoach website for full travel details.

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: United 4 - 0 Yeovil

Report from the Saturday afternoon Sky Bet League Two fixture

11 November 2017

United faced the Glovers at Brunton Park as they returned to league action on Saturday afternoon.

And the Cumbrians put in an excellent display as they took their chances and controlled the game to claim the points which took them up into the mid-table positions.

A cross from Nicky Adams with just 12 seconds on the clock signalled United's attacking intent but Krysiak jumped high to pluck it out of the air before Bennett could make his mark.

Yeovil responded with a break down the left flank which took Khan into the box. He tried to find the back stick but Bonham was there to pull the delivery into his chest.

Bonham had to be on his toes moments later when Browne went on a powerful run from just inside his own half. A lucky ricochet left Surridge with just the Carlisle stopper to beat but Bonham did well to spread himself and hook the ball away with his boot.

The Cumbrians made the save count as a measured move took them first down the right wing and then down the left. Captain Danny Grainger was in acres of space and, accompanied by shouts of 'shoot' from the crowd, left Krysiak with no chance as he bent an unstoppable shot into the top corner.

An Adams corner had Hope interested as he loitered at the back stick, and as Carlisle picked up the pace, but Mugabi got there just in time to nick it off his head.

More good pressure from Hope won the Blues another corner as they stayed on top of their game, but a near post clearance caused frustration for Bennett and Jones.

The hosts played some good football, with slick passing finding a way through on a number of occasions, but the final ball went astray as they tried to work their way into finishing positions through the middle period of the half. 

Nicky Adams went down heavily under a challenge from Bailey and a prolonged period of treatment was followed by a substitution as Shaun Miller came on to replace the felled midfielder.

Carlisle came again when another Grainger piledriver was charged down by James. The defender recovered quickly to work closely with Hope to get the ball into the mix, but Lambe was off balance as his header looped into the sky.

United looked up for it and a drop of the shoulder from Miller left Mugabi in no man's land as the forward weaved his way to the edge of the area. He put his boot through an excellent shot but Krysiak got just enough on it to send it over the bar.

Some one-touch passing created the next opening as Brown and Lambe found themselves two against one tight by the corner flag. The cross invited Bennett to move off his marker but he couldn't guide a difficult header at the target.

The deserved second goal came just before the break when Brown spotted Miller completely unmarked and in a dangerous area. The forward looked up and waited for Hallam Hope to arrive, and the cut back was perfect as a blistering shot took the in-form front man to seven for the campaign.

Yeovil keeper Artur Krysiak was almost caught on the hop at the start of the second half when Hope shot from distance on the run. It skipped up awkwardly off the surface and he had to readjust smartly to get hands on it to beat it away.

Carlisle kept pulling the strings and Bennett was disappointed with himself when he did the hard work to pick a path through a static back line. The angle was tight and he completely misjudged his volley to leave him with his head in his hands.

A low free kick delivery from Grainger was next to cause problems as two Glovers defenders failed to deal with it. They were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief as Nathan Smith stepped in to clean things up.

Yeovil just couldn't get into it and a great ball from Lambe was sitting up nicely for Bennett until Worhtington put it behind. Shaun Miller was on the end of the recovered delivery from Joyce but his toe poke lacked power and Krysiak bent low to gather.

The Glovers created their first chance of the half when Bennett gave away a rash free kick on the edge of the area. Bailey clipped it at the near post and Grainger had to be careful as he glanced it over his own bar to safety.

Hope found the side netting from a Joyce cross as Carlisle pushed to add more to the scoresheet, and Miller had a stinger deflected over when he found a yard inside a packed box.

The game was done as a contest with 15 minutes left to play when a foul on Lambe well outside the box brought a delayed reaction from Bevis Mugabi as he argued with blue shirts inside his own area. The free kick was quickly changed to a penalty, following a consultation between the referee and his assistant, and Danny Grainger gave his side a three-goal cushion with a drilled finish.

And the game was rounded off in style when Shaun Miller scored on the volley following a lovely run and cross from Gary Liddle deep into time added on.



Carlisle United - Grainger (7 & 74 pen), Hope (44), S Miller (90)



Yeovil Town - Browne (30), Green (72)

Sent off - Mugabi (74)



Carlisle United - Bonham, Brown, Liddle, Hill, Grainger, Lambe (O'Sullivan 82), Joyce, Jones, Adams (S Miller 30), Hope (Etuhu 82), Bennett. Subs - George, T Miller, Parkes, Cosgrove.

Yeovil Town - Krysiak, Smith, Worthington, Mugabi, Khan, Browne (Green 46), Surridge, Bailey, Sowunmi, James (Gray 46), Nelson. Subs - Maddison, Davies, C Smith, Santos. 


Referee - Mr Ben Toner

Attendance - 4,189 (91 away fans)

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