MATCH DAY INFO: Sponsors, SLO and more – News


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Carlisle United v Hartlepool, Tuesday 24 January, kick off 7.45pm

We welcome two sponsorship groups to this fixture.

Match Sponsor – Pirelli

Click HERE to visit the Pirelli official website.

Match Ball Sponsor – KC Superbikes

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Click HERE to visit the KC Superbikes official website.

Match Ball Delivery System – Ascott Transport Ltd


Click HERE to visit the ATL official website.





Crossbar Challenge – sponsored by ‘In the Meantime’


A massive thank you goes to In the Meantime who are now the official sponsors of our half-time Crossbar Challenge!


In the Meantime is an established independent restaurant in the heart of Carlisle. They offer a bespoke menu of locally and responsibly sourced Lakeland foods and drinks, all lovingly handcrafted to enjoy In The Meantime.


Click HERE to find out more about the menu and how to book a place.


Make sure you cheer our Crossbar Challengers on … anyone who hits the woodwork walks away with a £20 voucher for use at In the Meantime.



On Saturday we welcome guests from the following:


The Cumberland Community Ticket Scheme:

We look forward to welcoming groups to our next weekend home game.

Play on the Pitch:

We look forward to welcoming groups to our next weekend home game.

Guard of Honour: 



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Every football fan should feel safe attending matches when watching Carlisle United.

The illegal use of pyrotechnics at Brunton Park and the throwing of objects puts the safety of everyone at risk. They have no place in our game.

Pyrotechnics are dangerous to fans, players, officials and everyone in the ground. If you are caught using pyrotechnics you could be banned from the club and arrested.

Let’s protect each other, Carlisle United and the game. 

If you see anyone with or use any type of pyrotechnic, please report it to the nearest steward or staff member as soon as possible.

Alternatively call or text  07891 779 015 and your information will be acted upon anonymously.


Fan behaviour

The club’s commitment is to promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and to confront and eliminate discrimination.

We want everyone to feel welcome when they visit Brunton Park whether they are our own supporters, or supporters of other clubs.

Any instances of bad behaviour of any kind will be investigated. Use or possession of pyro, pitch incursions, throwing of missiles or objects and extreme levels of abuse will lead to automatic club bans, and could be followed up by the authorities. Please, enjoy the game, back the team, but keep Brunton Park a safe and welcoming environment.

Negative actions by individuals have negative consequences for us all. Love Football. Protect The Game. 

Please report any inappropriate behaviour to the nearest steward or by phone to our SLO team on 07891 779 015 or by email to: [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected]



Flags and banners

The club welcomes flags and banners from home and away fans. Flags of any size that are attached to wooden or metal poles, or rigid-plastic tubing, are NOT permitted.

Small hand-held sized flags on flexible plastic handles are acceptable. If you have any queries or wish to bring a flag or banner, you must contact the club in advance so we can confirm arrangements and avoid disappointment on the day.

Full details are in the Club Charter HERE.   


SLO Team

SLO team meeters and greeters will be around the stadium to help with any queries. Please stop them and speak to them if you have any issues, or to give feedback. They are there to help you to get the most out of your day.

We’re looking forward to seeing you all.

You can contact the Supporter Liaison Officer on 07891 779 015 or by email at [email protected]. 


Club Charter

If you need any more information about match day at Brunton Park, see our Club Charter HERE

And you can read our Ground Regulations HERE.


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