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Travelling To Carlisle - All You Need To Know

Your essential guide ahead of Tuesday's game.

30 September 2018

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Watch Tuesday's Game Live

2 October 2018

Capacity: 17,949
Address: Warwick Road, Carlisle, CA1 1LL
Telephone: 01228 526 237
Ticket Office: 0844 371 1921
Pitch Size: 112 x 74 yards
Year Ground Opened: 1909

Town fans will be housed on one side of the Pioneer (East) Stand (towards the Petterill End) where around 2,000 fans can be accommodated. This all seated, covered stand is located at one side of the pitch.

Where to drink.

The Carlisle Rugby Club next to Brunton Park on the Warwick Road, has a club bar which allows in away supporters.

The Lakeland Gate is also an option for away fans and is described as a family friendly pub. It is part of the Brewers Fayre chain.


We have received an initial 100 tickets in the Pioneer Foods Stand..

Tickets are priced as follows:

Adults - £19
Senior (65+) - £16
Young Person (18-22) - £13
Junior (11-17) - £10
Child (10 and under) - £7
Child (6 and under) - FOC

1 Adult + 1 Junior - £27
1 Adult + 2 Junior - £35
1 Senior + 1 Junior - £24
Wheelchair User - £4

Ticktes can be purchased by visiting the Blundell Park ticket office, calling 01472 605050 or visiting our online ticket office..

Tickets can also be purchased on the day but are all subject to a £3 increase except junior and children rates.

How to get there

By Car

Leave the M6 at junction 43 and take the A69 towards Carlisle. After a mile, you will reach Brunton Park on your right. The club car park which costs £3, can be found by turning right immediately before Brunton Park. Otherwise street parking.

Post Code for SAT NAV: CA1 1LL

By Train

Brunton Park is 1.2 miles from Carlisle Railway Station. Head out of the train station, cross the road, and locate Nando's Restaurant on the crescent shaped road adjacent to the first set of traffic lights. Walk straight down Warwick Road for about 1 mile and you will reach Brunton Park on the left hand side.

A taxi rank is located just outside the Railway Station.

Celebrity Watch

A whole host of celebrities hail from Carlisle and its surrounding area, including poet William Wordsworth, DJ John Peel (RIP), TV/Radio presenter Melvin Bragg, Eddie Stobart, funny man Bob Mortimore and one member of boy band 911.

The Cumbrians most famous fan is 80’s singer Belinda Carlisle who changed her name from Kurczeski in honour of the club when they briefly topped the old first division table early in the 1974/75 season after beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Helen Skelton, Blue Peter presenter, BT Sports and Countryfile presenter hails from these parts, as does former England international Kevin Beattie.

Town's Kit

Shirts: Black & White

Shorts: Black

Socks: Red

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