NHS: We urgently need blood19 January 2021
The NHS urgently need blood and you could help to save a life by attending one of the Carlisle-based donation sessions.
EFL TRUST: United join Kickstart scheme18 January 2021
500 young people will have the opportunity to work in an EFL club or Club Community Organisation as part of the government’s Kickstart scheme.
COMMUNITY: Thank you to our traineeship partners24 November 2020
We would like to say a huge thank you to the above companies for supporting our traineeship programme and offering work placement opportunities for our trainees.
CST: Helping out at the affordable food hub20 November 2020
The Carlisle United Community Sports Trust gang are demonstrating once again that the club isn’t just about football as they begin a programme of helping out at one of the Carlisle Community Help...
FLOOD ACTION CAMPAIGN: Prepare. Act. Survive.14 November 2020
There are 5.2 million homes and businesses in England at risk of flooding. Don’t assume it's not you.
GET SET TO GO: Grab a mate and get active for your physical and mental health!9 November 2020
Grab a mate and get active for your physical and mental health!
CST: Trainee of the Year award for Owen Ferriday5 November 2020
It was a big day for the Carlisle United Community Sports Trust again on Wednesday as Owen Ferriday picked up the Warwickshire College Group and EFL Trust Trainee of the Year Award for 2019/20.
DO ONE THING: Player visit as part of World Mental Health Day10 October 2020
As we announced earlier this week, the EFL and its clubs have once again come together with charity partner, Mind, to collectively mark today’s World Mental Health Day.
MANAGER: There are just no words for things like this31 July 2020
The club will be making a donation of £20 to the Save Our Stand fund on behalf of United fan Rob Miller following correspondence manager Chris Beech received from the Wellingborough-based supporter...
CLUB: Military Mobile Testing Unit at Brunton Park24 July 2020
As you’ll have seen, testing for Covid-19 is now available to anybody with symptoms in Cumbria at a range of locations.
COMMUNITY: Football never went away4 July 2020
Football has remained at the heart of communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.