There is still time for you to bring along any football shirts you may have which are no longer required to Brunton Park.
Collection points are situated at the East Stand ticket office (upstairs in the Pioneer stand) at our Blues Store and at the CUOSC match day surgery in the Study Centre ahead of every Saturday home game (not available on a Tuesday night).
That means you can drop your old shirts off when you’re purchasing your tickets, visiting the Blues Store or coming to the game.
The donated shirts will be sorted and distributed for use at home and overseas for charitable and community purposes.
For this initial project, we are asking fans to only donate shirts (not shorts, socks or training/leisurewear).
Please bring them fully washed and clean.
We have already had over 100 shirts donated, and recently Richard Sunderland brought in a collection of shirts and scarves which can be seen above.
Richard said: "I actually won the deckchair shirt in a half-time draw away at Chesterfield. I think it was the game in March 1998, but I'm not sure why there was a draw.
"The supporters club were shouting the number out and it took me a while to realise it was me who had won!
"The shirt was signed by some of the players, but Rory Delap had already left us so his signature wasn't on it. I used to bump into him in Great Corby when he was up here, so I asked him to sign it. I also tried to get Matt Jansen to sign it but I never caught up with him unfortunately.
"I'm the only one in my family who really supports Carlisle, so I thought the best thing that could happen to the shirts and scarves I had was to donate them to the club so they can either display them or donate them.
"There's already some memorabilia up in the East Stand stairway and some of the bars in the West Stand, so anything else that can be put up will make the areas look even better."