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MY CLUB, MY SHIRT: Send us your piccies

Let's show our backing for this important campaign

8 September 2021

Carlisle United are proud to be part of the Fans for Diversity My Club, My Shirt initiative as we come together with clubs across England to champion the diversity of supporters in our communities.

The campaign’s aim is to show supporters from a variety of backgrounds wearing their club colours, bringing together people from all walks of life in the process.

And we’re taking our support of the My Club, My Shirt one step further by asking you to send us your favourite pictures of you, your friends or your loved ones wearing your Carlisle shirt (from any era) somewhere different, special or just plain whacky!

It could be boating on Windermere, trekking across the fells, in a remote or recognisable holiday destination (remember what one of those was!) or as you followed the Blues up and down the country on some fantastic away day journeys.

Or, it could be an occasion that was unique or special to you – and now is your chance to share that with us all.

All pictures received will go into this My Club, My Shirt gallery on the official website as we all get in the mood for helping out with the main part of the initiative.

Submit your images for the My Club, My Shirt gallery to or simply use the #MyClubMyShirt tag on social media, and we’ll lift your pictures from there.


More about My Club, My Shirt

The My Club, My Shirt initiative first began back in 2020 when photographer Yusuf Ismail captured people from the community around Cardiff City and has since grown to include several more clubs, including AFC Wimbledon and Bristol Rovers.

The main part of the project is to produce an exhibition of high-quality photographs of Carlisle United supporters in their Carlisle United shirts, which can be from any era. 

Initially this will be an online exhibition, which will then move to Tullie House for a temporary period before finally becoming a permanent exhibit at Brunton Park. It is open for all to take part. 

For further details and if you are interested in being part of the project, please contact Nigel Davidson via or

Click HERE to read our full My Club, My Shirt launch article.

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