A comprehensive list of Carlisle United's fixtures for next season, starting with Luton Town at Brunton Park on Saturday 9 August.
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For Carlisle United the new season means a campaign in League Two but manager Graham Kavanagh says he's cautiously optimistic despite last season's relegation.
The Blues open-up at home to newly promoted Luton Town at Brunton Park.
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Carlisle United have signed former Republic of Ireland striker, Stephen Elliott.
He joins the blues on a one year year deal.
Elliott, 30, joined Coventry City two years ago and scored four goals in 25 appearances.
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh has been talking to the media ahead of the opening match of the club's League Two campaign.
The Blues take on newly promoted Luton Town at Brunton Park on Saturday, 9 August, and - after the disappointment of last season's relegation - Kavanagh is confident his side can bounce back.
Three days before the start of the Football League season and Carlisle United are hoping to bring back the crowds to Brunton Park.
The Blues play Luton Town on Saturday before taking on Championship side Derby County on Monday, 11 August.
Carlisle United have confirmed that the club's new home kit won't be available for supporters to buy in time for the start of the 2014/15 season.
Production problems with the club's new kit supplier - Sondico Professional Ltd - have mean't that the new home shirts will not be available until the end of next week. Despite Carlisle's opening match of the new League Two season against Luton Town taking place on Saturday.
The first-team home kit is being delivered later this week to allow the players to wear it against Luton.
The club also confirmed that 3,500 free blue T-shirts are being supplied for fans to wear during the game at Brunton Park on Saturday.
The design of Carlisle United's new home kit is based on the strip the club wore during the 1974/75 season.
Carlisle United play their last pre-season friendly before the start of their League Two campaign.
The Blues take on Scottish Premier League side St Mirren at Brunton Park.
The match comes eight days before the official start to the season, when Graham Kavanagh's side will host newly-promoted Luton Town
Carlisle United suffered their first pre-season defeat with a 1-0 loss to Sunderland last night (Tuesday 22nd July).
The Carlisle boss Graham Kavanagh reacted to the friendly defeat at home to Premier League Sunderland.
"I was hoping for a performance and we definitely got that", he told ITV News Border. Meanwhile, Blues defender Sean O'Hanlon described the scoreline as a "fair result".
Mikael Mandron's 72nd minute strike, which came after a neat passing move, proved the difference between the two sides.
Carlisle United lost for the first time in their pre-season last night, Tuesday 22 July.
Premier League Sunderland won thanks to a seventy first minute goal from substitute Michael Mandron.
However the Blues created plenty of chances against a team three divisions higher than them, and manager Graham Kavanagh says he was pleased with the team's performance.
Carlisle United's most high-profile pre-season friendly takes place tonight, as the Blues take on Sunderland.
Big crowds are expected at Brunton Park when United host the Black Cats.
United are currently unbeaten in their pre-season campaign after drawing against fellow Cumbrians Barrow at the weekend
Carlisle United remain unbeaten in their pre-season campaign, after a late goal from David Amoo rescued a draw against Barrow at the weekend.
The Blues' next game is at home to Sunderland tomorrow night.