Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the Football League tonight.
The Blues will make a round trip of nearly eight hundred miles to Plymouth Argyle for their fourth game of the new season.
Even though kick-off isn't until quarter to eight, supporters have already left Brunton Park to make their way to Plymouth.
The total journey from Carlisle to Plymouth and back again is thought to take just over 12 hours.
As supporter and players set off for plymouth here are some other journey distance's to put it into perspective.
Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the football League tonight when they make the near eight hundred mile round trip to Plymouth Argyle in League Two.
It's United's fourth game of the new season with a cup win and two league draws so far.
Former Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton and former Kilmarnock and Hibernian striker Paul Heffernan, who finished last season with Dundee, have this morning both signed with Queen of the South football club
Their contracts will take them through to January.
Kyle will take the squad number 16 and Paul will have number 18.
The duo join the club ahead of the Doonhamers' trip to Livingston in the Scottish Championship on Saturday.
It was a great weekend for our teams in the south of Scotland.
The results were as follows:
- Queen of the South 3 - 1 Alloa
- Cowdenbeath 1 - 2 Stranraer
- Queens Park 0 - 1 Annan Athletic
- Berwick Rangers 2 - 1 Montrose
Jabo Ibehre scored a debut goal for Carlisle to earn them a point in a 1-1 draw at Mansfield.
Malvind Benning gave the hosts an early lead with a long-range free-kick, but the Blues claimed an equaliser before half-time.
On Tuesday, August 11th, Carlisle take on Chesterfield at home in the League Cup.
The league season gets underway north of the border as well with all four of our Scottish teams in action this weekend.
After spectacular campaigns last year both Queen of the South and Stranraer have lost a lot of players to clubs in higher divisions but expectations remain high
Ryan Dollard has this report.
The new football season is upon us and Carlisle United get their campaign underway away against Mansfield Town tomorrow.
After last season's desperate battle with relegation Keith Curle has had a root and branch overhaul of his squad as he looks to make sure there is a major turn around this time around.
After United's final pre-season training session he sat down with our reporter Neil Billingham to explain how he feels preparations have gone and what supporters can expect.
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