Cambridge United striker Barry Corr has signed a new short-term contract with the club.Read the full story ›
Dunne has taken interim charge of Cambridge United's last 14 games, following the departure of Shaun Derry in February.Read the full story ›
Cambridge United striker Uche Ikpeazu has agreed to join Scottish Premiership side Hearts when his contract expires in the summer.Read the full story ›
Long-serving Cambridge United defender Josh Coulson has joined Leyton Orient on a permanent deal.Read the full story ›
Cambridge United have signed Norwich City youngster Adam Phillips on a loan deal until the end of the season.Read the full story ›
Cambridge United have confirmed that Chairman Dave Doggett has resigned as Chairman of the Football Club and member of the Board with immediate effect.
The news came just hours after the U's lost at home to Welsh side Newport.
A further statement from the club is expected to be released later today.
It may be an international break but there's still a busy schedule of League One and two football. Here is everything you need to know.Read the full story ›
Cambridge United have signed former Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper David Forde on an initial one-year deal.
The former Millwall stopper replaces Will Norris who was recently sold to Championship club Wolves.
Forde, 37, kept 19 clean sheets for Portsmouth last season to help them lift the League Two title.
Once Will departed for Wolves, we decided that we would aim to bring in an experienced goalkeeper. There was one stand-out candidate.
David arrives with a glowing C.V. that very recently has a League Two winner's medal attached to it. He showed last season that not only is he a prime goalkeeper but a terrific leader too.
He brings not only stability to the position but numerous other credentials also, that will really benefit our club.
To have both him and Dimi (Mitov) as our goalkeepers this year is fantastic for our group of players.
Cambridge United have sold goalkeeper Will Norris to Championship side Wolves.Read the full story ›
The jury in the trail of thirteen men accused of being involved in an attack on a Cambridge United football fan have, in the last hour, begun to consider their verdicts.
Simon Dobbin, from Mildenhall, was left unable to walk or talk after he was brutally attacked after a match at Southend's Roots Hall in March 2015.
He spent a year in hospital after being hit and stamped on repeatedly.
A total of 13 defendants standing trial at Basildon Crown Court charged in connection with the attack, deny conspiracy to commit violent disorder.