CLUB: Such a likeable man19 November 2021
Carlisle United were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of former-Blue Joe Laidlaw, at the age of 71.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH: The Gentle Giant29 October 2021
Football clubs across the country have been celebrating Black History Month through October and it got us thinking about the man they called the ‘Gentle Giant’ – Keith Walwyn – who became a huge...
CLUB: He was a big character27 September 2021
Carlisle United are deeply saddened to learn that former Blues stopper Martin Burleigh has died at the age of 70.
IN MEMORIAM: Farewell to those we lost11 August 2021
Remembering our loved ones who are no longer with us:
IN MEMORIAM: Big Screen Roll of Remembrance27 July 2021
As we head towards the start of a new season we would like to take a moment to reflect on those we have lost over the course of the last 18-months, from the onset of the pandemic since 1 January 2020...
CLUB: Former-Blue passes away27 December 2020
Everyone at the club was deeply saddened to hear the news this morning that former-Blue Mike Sutton has passed away.
FOND FAREWELL: To a loyal club servant25 September 2020
It is with real sadness that we today learned of the passing of former club physiotherapist Peter Hampton whilst on a family holiday in Cyprus.
A fond farewell to former owner John Courtenay29 August 2020
Everyone at Brunton Park was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John Courtenay on Saturday evening.
94/95 - The title secured and Wembley goes deckchair29 June 2020
The story of April 1995 was two-fold – the history making first ever trip to Wembley to face Birmingham City and the gaining of the points needed to bring the league title up to Cumbria.
94/95 - A first ever visit to Wembley is booked22 June 2020
United’s three-goal first-leg lead over Rochdale was almost wiped out within the first half hour at Spotland as Dale exploded out of the blocks from the very first whistle.
94/95 - A club record and a big step towards Wembley15 June 2020
Tony Gallimore’s penalty conversion against Hereford in the second week of the month earned the Blues a new club record as they extended their league run to 19 games unbeaten.