Lost 0 - 2 against Leyton Orient on October 24th 2020. They then won the League Two title in 2005–06, and remained in League One until their relegation at the end of the 2013–14 season. Won 2 - 1 against Colchester United on October 27th 2020. After the league reorganised four years later the board at United decided it did not suit the club's best interests to be there any longer and the club entered the North Eastern League in place of their reserve team who had previously played in the league and been a founding member. Lost 1 - 2 against Port Vale on October 27th 2020.

[28] On 4 January 2019, John Sheridan resigned as the Carlisle manager in order to become manager of National League side Chesterfield[29] with the club in the last play-off position. Though considerably smaller than Brunton Park, the new ground could be upgraded to a larger capacity if demand was met. Drew 3 - 3 against Bolton Wanderers on October 20th 2020. [35] In 1973 the first shirt to feature a sportswear sponsor was worn by United. Drew 1 - 1 against Walsall on October 20th 2020. However a disastrous sequence followed, with only 4 wins in the next 21 games including 10 losses resulting in a drop from 2nd to 10th with only two games remaining. Won 1 - 0 against Bradford City on October 27th 2020. When the Carlisle United first team left to join the Football League the reserve team resumed its place in the competition.

[32] The 2019-20 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic with the Cumbrians in a disappointing 18th place. 7 points from 3 games towards the back end of the season meant that Carlisle secured their Football League safety with 2 games to spare, following a 2–0 home victory over promotion-chasing Plymouth Argyle,[20] just 4 days after a courageous 1–1 draw away at Champions Burton Albion. The club was relegated to the English fourth tier that season and only narrowly avoided losing Football League status thanks to a last minute goal by goalkeeper Jimmy Glass in 1999. Lost 1 - 2 against Oldham Athletic on October 27th 2020. Drew 0 - 0 against Mansfield Town on October 24th 2020. Drew 1 - 1 against Walsall on October 31st 2020. The club was formed on 17 May 1904 at Shaddongate United's annual general meeting[1] where the club's members voted to change the team's name to Carlisle United. [5] It is at Carlisle where he met local player Geoff Twentyman, who he would later sign as head scout at Liverpool, and lifelong friend Ivor Broadis. [23] The play-offs seemed almost guaranteed. Won 1 - 0 against Barrow on November 3rd 2020. He made the funds available for new players to be signed, and in 1994 Carlisle reached the playoffs in the recently-rebranded Division Three, a year after narrowly avoiding relegations. Formed in 1904, the club entered the Lancashire Combination the following year and were crowned Division Two champions in 1906–07. Football Conference promotion play-off Winners: 2004–05, Football League Trophy Runners-up: 1995–96, Football League Third Division Winners: 1964–65 Sheridan was replaced by Steven Pressley[30] who saw the Cumbrians finish the season in 11th place. Drew 2 - 2 against Barrow on October 24th 2020. Over twelve years the club cemented themselves as a solid Second Division (Then 2nd Tier in English football) side. Lost 0 - 1 against Colchester United on October 20th 2020. Another heavy defeat in the League Cup followed as Championship side Leicester City secured a 5–2 victory at Brunton Park, before a narrow 1–0 home defeat to Port Vale spelled the end of Abbott's 5-year reign as United manager, just 2 points from 6 games had been the final straw for the club's Board. The club was formed on 17 May 1904 at Shaddongate United's annual … Promoted again under Bob Stokoe in 1981–82, they suffered successive relegations to return to the fourth tier by 1987. The motto on the underlying scroll reads: ‘Be just and fear not’, which is a quote from Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII'. The design itself was based on the city's own coat of arms which was registered at the College of Arms in 1924. Won 2 - 1 against Salford City on November 3rd 2020. Lost 0 - 1 against Morecambe on October 31st 2020.

Won 1 - 0 against Bradford City on October 31st 2020. Won 2 - 1 against Grimsby Town on October 20th 2020.

Shankly, a former player at Carlisle, later went on to manage local rivals Workington (helping them finish above Carlisle for the first time) before being appointed as manager of Liverpool in 1959; over the next 15 years he would guide that club to numerous trophy successes. They achieved an instant return to Division Two in 1997, only to go straight back down again. They have played their home games at Brunton Park since 1909. Carlisle won promotion as champions of the fourth tier in 1994–95, but were relegated the next season, before winning promotion again in 1996–97, only to be relegated again the following year. Won 1 - 0 against Carlisle United on October 31st 2020. [8] On 9 January 2009, Graham Kavanagh was released by Sunderland and returned to Carlisle on a permanent basis as a player-coach. [2] Carlisle United were crowned champions of the North Eastern League in 1922. A revival followed under new player-manager Paul Simpson, and Carlisle actually managed to finish second from bottom in the table after York City's failure to win any of their final 20 league games, with Carlisle's relegation being confirmed when they failed to win their penultimate game of the season. Lost 0 - 1 against Grimsby Town on November 3rd 2020. This, alongside their two wins, makes them the most successful club in the competition's history. [44] The club were residents of the Scottish Football League however and therefore the chance of meeting in competitive competition remained highly unlikely. They are nicknamed the "Blues", due to their kit, as well as the "Cumbrians". Won 2 - 1 against Forest Green Rovers on October 31st 2020. Football League Fourth Division Runners-up: 1963–64, Football League Second Division / Championship (second tier), Football League Third Division / League One (third tier), Football League Fourth Division / League Two (4th tier), To date Carlisle United have played 82 seasons in the Football League, their relegation in 2004 and reinstatement the following year remains the only departure from the Football League since the club was first admitted in 1928 (excluding wartime).