Flares were set off prior to kick off between Carlisle United and Everton last July and inside the ground.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United striker Jabo Ibehre 'got his reward' with the winning goal during the club's 1-0 win over Stevenage, says Keith CurleRead the full story ›
Carlisle United managed a 1-1 draw away to Accrington Stanley, despite having striker Jabo Ibehre sent off inside the opening minute for catching Matty Pearson with a high foot.
The visitors went in front through Hallam Hope's goal before Accrington were then reduced to 10 men after 54 minutes, when Adam Buxton was dismissed for a second yellow card offence.
Four minutes later Stanley were level when Sean McConville played a ball in from the left for substitute Terry Gornell to head home.
Carlisle manager Keith Curle praised his side's attacking threat after their 2-0 FA Cup first round win at League Two leaders Plymouth.Read the full story ›
Your team today - Gillespie, Miller, Raynes, Grainger, McQueen, Kennedy, Dicker, Joyce, Sweeney, Hery, Asamoah #cufc
- Substitutes: Hanford, Atkinson, Ibehre, Gilliead, Balanta, Archibald-Henville, Gillesphey
It's 3 league wins in a row for Carlisle United after victory at home against Dagenham this afternoon. The Blues beat the visitors 2 -1 thanks to goals from Balanta and Ibehre.
Speaking after the game, manager Keith Curle revealed that the club is chasing two Premier League loan targets and hopes for progress next week.
Brunton Park's playing surfaces have been covered in snow, so the club are asking fans for help to clear it up before their next match.Read the full story ›
Keith Curle spoke to the press this afternoon answering a wide range of questions on how the club is progressing during the transfer window.
The manager also gave an insight into two players whose future at the club has been questioned. Alex Marrow and Danny Kearns have both spent time away from Brunton Park in recent weeks, but it seems their prospects of returning into the starting eleven under Keith Curle are different.
First he addressed questions over midfielder Danny Kearns who has recently returned to Cumbria after time back home in Ireland to refocus.
But while the door appears to remain open for Kearns to return, it looks increasingly likely that Alex Marrow, one of Graham Kavanagh's big summer signings could soon be on his way out of the club.
40 years ago while Carlisle United were flying high in the first division Michael Houghton had the idea to meet like-minded fans in London and set up a branch of the Supporters Trust in the city.
The branch is a major fundraiser for the club and has 300 members. Michael says he can't believe how big his small idea has grown.
Carlisle United are handing fans an early festive bonus by slashing ticket prices for the final home game before Christmas.
Supporters can watch the Blues take on Northampton on December 20th at Brunton Park for just a £10 with juniors at £5.