League One club Carlisle United are nicknamed the 'Cumbrians' and they play their home games at Brunton Park which holds over 18,000 seats. Carlisle United currently wear blue home shirts with red and white trim with white shorts and socks which are manufactured by Fila and sponsored by Stobart who have sponsored their shirts for over five seasons.
The blues as they are known play their home games in a kit of blue shirts with red sleeves, white shorts and blue socks. The away strip is all red. The Carlisle shirt has been worn by some famous names in the game such as Peter Beardsley (1979-82) who once set a record transfer fee in the game and represented his country 59 times, Stan Bowles (1971-72) the fiery midfielder who was at QPR when they were at the top of their game. The other name we cannot miss is Bill Shankly who played 16 games in season 1931/32 before moving to Preston North End, Bill also cut his teeth in Management with Carlisle 1949-51 before later moving on to greatness at Liverpool.
Carlisle United instructed to release a third shirt due to kit clash issues. Specifically designed for their match against Wycombe Wanderers on October 25th, the Cumbrian club sent the urgent request to kit manufacturer's Sondico to produce a third shirt of predominately red due to league officia [...]
Carlisle United is an English football club from Cumbria [...]
English League One club Carlisle United Football Club have revealed their new away kit for the new season [...]
English League One club Carlisle United have presented their new Fila home kit for 2013/14. The club also announced that Stobart Group will remain as the club's main shirt sponsor for a nineteenth consecutive season, the longest running partnership of its kind in the Football League. The c [...]
English League One club Carlisle United FC have revealed their new away shirt for the 2012/13 season. Founded in 1904, the club plays its home games at Brunton Park which has a capacity of just over 18,000. The club's new away shirt features two shades of green stripes with a round red col [...]
Carlisle United FC were founded in 1903 through the merging of Shaddongate United and Carlisle Red Rose they are based in Cumbria, in the North of England making away games a long haul for the team. Carlisle play their home games in the 16,660 capacity Brunton Park Stadium in Carlisle, Cumbria.
Carlisle United consider their rivals to be Middlesbrough and Hartlepool United and their highest honour was the 1964-65 Football League Third Tier. Alan Roos holds the record for the most number of appearances with 466.