Carlisle United: Club Profile

Yet another “League” club who suffered the shock of relegation to the Conference, before making an immediate return; Carlisle United promoted back to League Two after winning the 2004-5 Nationwide Conference playoff final. Against us. It took us six years and two promotions to catch up with them in League One; the Cumbrians sticking with us too as we both lost the battle for survival in 2014.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 14 September 2019

Saturday 13 April 2019

Saturday 29 September 2018

Saturday 20 January 2018

Tuesday 26 September 2017

Monday 17 April 2017

Saturday 22 October 2016

Saturday 20 February 2016

Saturday 03 October 2015

Saturday 25 April 2015

Saturday 11 October 2014

Saturday 15 March 2014

Saturday 21 September 2013

Saturday 09 February 2013

Saturday 18 August 2012

Tuesday 17 April 2012

Saturday 24 September 2011

Saturday 14 May 2005

Saturday 05 March 2005

Tuesday 22 February 2005


Players For Us... and Them

David BassProfile
Tommy BlackProfile
Jamal Campbell-RyceProfile
Adrian ClarkeProfile
Miguel CommingesProfile
Max EhmerProfile
Joe FryerProfile
Steve HoldenProfile
Ryan LoftProfile
Harry McKirdyProfile
Junior MendesProfile
Jennison Myrie-WilliamsProfile
Steven SchumacherProfile
Darren WhiteProfile
Harry WorleyProfile
Francois ZokoProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Story Homes Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Admission prices for a wheelchair and carer is £4, although the section has limited space and Carlisle United has advised that tickets be purchased in advanced. Wheelchair spaces can be found in the Story Homes Stand among others, and is located at seat level.

Ambulant disabled fans can be accompanied by a carer free of charge, although evidence of full time carer status is required by the club. Again, the club advises advanced purchasing and ambulant disabled fans pay more than wheelchair-bound fans due to the ability to use facilities above pitch level.

For details, contact the ticket office on 0844 371 1921 (1000-1700 weekdays)

Pre-Match Pintage:
Located almost next door to the stadium, Carlisle Rugby Club has been known to open up its bar to away fans and caters for families. The Beehive on Warwick Road might be an option; certain games prohibits away fans entering, although you''d imagine that Stevenage is not one of them.

Travel Information – Distance: 272 miles

By Road:
It won't be lost on anyone making this trip that you and your car will become best buds. For Carlisle, we're taking the shortest route with this guide. For this, head north on the A1(M) and A1 and keep heading north until we tell you to stop. Are you at Scotch Corner yet? Right, well now you can stop. Safely, obvs.

Once at Scotch Corner, leave the A1 after this 200-mile leg and take the A66 towards Penrith. This is the third exit from the roundabout, but bear in mind the Holiday Inn is the second so don't confuse yourself. From here, it's pretty much a 50-mile straight drive through until you reach the M6 the other side.

Take the M6 north; for the football ground, you need Junction 43. Here, take the first exit at the roundabout for the city centre and follow the road through two sets of traffic lights. Eventually, the ground will be off to the right of the road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

There is a large car park at the ground that will cost you £2 to use, which is the first right (discounting the rugby club) after Brunton Park into Victoria Place, followed by another right onto St Aidans Road. Otherwise, street parking will be the alternative.

By Rail:
Services to: LONDON EUSTON

As you come out of the train station, head left until you are on Court Square. From here, head right and cross English Street/Botchergate running perpendicular to the A6 in front of you. Follow the A6 around to the left past La Mezzaluna and The Best Connection Group, before turning right.

Now you will be on Warwick Road - it is more or less a straight line from here. Albeit a 0.8-mile straight line.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner