Derek Townsley is stepping down from his position at the club with immediate effect, due to ongoing family illness.Read the full story ›
Newcastle United defender Macaulay Gillesphey has agreed a third half-season loan deal with Carlisle United, keeping him at Brunton Park until the end of the season.
21-year-old Gillesphey initially joined the Blues on a short-term loan deal in September 2015 .
He rejoined the team for pre-season in July and has so far added 22 appearances to the 27 he made for the club last season.
We see ourselves as very much a part of Macaulay’s medium and long term development. He has some excellent attributes and he’s shown us recently that he has versatility and adaptability by playing in a role which is unfamiliar to him."
The football club says it's looking to move into community ownership and will run a consultation on the future of the club's structure.Read the full story ›
14-year-old Gordon Mutch took the British Karting Championship title last year and has now moved on to Saloon Car racing.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United has confirmed it's extended the short-term deals for defenders Alexander McQueen and Kevin Wright.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United manager, Keith Curle, says he's looking forward to the January transfer window.
The United boss won't have a blank chequebook and will have to be creative in order to improve his squad:
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle says this weekend's game against Notts County will be a chance for the team to reflect on what they need to do to secure promotion.
The game will mark the halfway point in the season and after Boxing Day's draw with Crewe, the Blues will be looking to get back to winning ways.
Fifty per cent of the season gone. That will ultimately set a benchmark and marker for the season for what we need to achieve for the second half of the season. Within that we'll take on board wins, draws, defeats, performances, opportunities. So again I think it will be a good benchmark."
The Cumbria-based team's latest signing, four-time world rally champion Seb Ogier, will race the car in next month's Rallye Monte Carlo.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United draw 1-1 away to Crewe Alexandra at full time.
Miller scored in the first half, followed by Crewe's Cooper scoring from a free kick.
The Blues drop to third place in EFL League Two.
1,392 Blues fans travelled to watch the team play at Gresty Road.
Carlisle United are back in action this afternoon, playing away to 16th placed Crewe Alexandra.
The Blues, currently sitting in second position in EFL League Two, have faced Crewe 76 times in league games - winning 33, drawing 11 and losing 32.
Kick off is at 3.00pm.