United host Everton U21 on Tuesday evening in the second group game of the Papa John's Trophy [kick off 7pm].
Season ticket holders have until 5pm on Monday 27 September to get their half price ticket for this game.
Click HERE for full ticket details, including prices and purchase options.
Click HERE to purchase your match tickets online.
Alternatively, you can purchase your tickets in-person here at our main ticket office during office hours (Pioneer Stand), or over the phone by ringing 0330 094 5930 (option 1).
Welcome to our away fans!
Click HERE for a detailed away fan guide to Brunton Park. Please note - away fans will be housed in the EWM Stand for this fixture.
Sunset Suite and the Sporting Inn will be open ahead of the game and will both close after half time.
Fans in the Paddock will be able to purchase the usual selection of food and drink from the kiosk at the southern end of the stand, and McVitie's Bar will be open as usual.
SLO team meeters and greeters will be around the west side of the stadium to help with any queries. Please stop them and speak to them if you have any issues, or to give feedback.
For the latest on the club’s Covid-19 guidelines, click HERE.
We recommend that face coverings are worn – this is NOT a mandatory requirement, but you will see that all club staff will be wearing face coverings throughout your visit.
This game is available to watch on iFollow United - click HERE to purchase a match pass.
With match commentary provided by BBC Radio Cumbria, this is a fantastic way to watch the game if you can't make it to Brunton Park.
Referee - Sebastian Stockbridge
Assistant Referee 1 - Paul Graham
Assistant Referee 2 - Conor Brown
Fourth Official - Paul Marsden
Observer - Scott Duncan
Our referee for this game is Mr Seb Stockbridge.
He has taken charge of 8 games this season showing 27 yellow cards and one red.
Mr Stockbridge last took charge of a United game in April at Barrow. Jack Armer got his frst United goal in the 2-2 draw, with Ozzy Zanzala also scoring from the spot. George Tanner, Jack Armer and Jon Mellish were the Carlisle names in the book that day.
He was in Carlisle in November 2020 for the 3-2 win over Newport. Lewis Alessandra and Jon Mellish (2) scored the goals and Rod McDonald was the only Carlisle name noted.
And he was a late replacement in February 2021 for our 1-0 away defeat at Harrogate. The game just about survived a serious downpour, and George Tanner was the solitary booking on the night.