Cambridge United FC play in yellow home shirts with black detailing which are sponsored by Burrda who have designed and supplied their shirts for over two seasons with Vandanel, Sporta and TFG Sports making their shirts before that.
United with the nickname of the Yellows from their shirt which is predominantly yellow with black sides. The yellow Cambridge shirt has been donned by quite a few players.
Cambridge United prepare for League Two away days by dropping their all-new away shirt created by Puma. Already revealing their trademark amber and black striped home shirt in recent weeks, Cambridge United have now followed-up by releasing the brand-new away strip which again uses the classic co [...]
League Two outfit Cambridge United officially unveil their all-new home shirt for the upcoming 2016/17 season. Cambridge United, renowned for providing alternative amber and black home shirt designs, have once again modified their two-way paint-job through a Puma kit template of fine pinstripes a [...]
League Two outfit Cambridge United have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Promoted to League Two via the play-offs, Cambridge United have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Puma, Cambridge United mark their return to the Football League after nine years with a return to their trademark amber and black stripes [...]
Conference Premier side Cambridge United have signed a deal with PUMA to supply their kits from next season and revealed the designs which are soon to go on sale at the Abbey Stadium. The home kit is predominantly amber with a black collar and three black stripes away from the collar [...]
Cambridge United Football Club were formed in 1912 as Abbey United changing to Cambridge in 1951 after they become a professional outfit in 1949. Cambridge play their home games in the 9,600 capacity Abbey Stadium, their home since it was built in 1932.
The club are nicknamed 'The Us' or 'United' and they play their home games at the Abbey Stadium which holds over 10,000 people.