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Carlisle United Football Club

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Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingCarlisle United Football Club
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Variant(s)Carlisle United (Soccer team)
Carlisle United F.C. (Soccer team)
Carlisle United A.F.C. (Soccer team)
Blues (Soccer team)
Cumbrians (Soccer team)
C.U.F.C. (Carlisle United Football Club)
CUFC (Carlisle United Football Club)
Beginning date1904
Associated countryGreat Britain England
LocatedCarlisle (England)
Field of activitySoccer
Found inSingin' the blues, 2006: introd. (Carlisle United)
BL auth file, 6 Nov. 2006 (hdg.: Carlisle United Football Club)
Darkly, deeply, beautifully blue, 2005: p.xi (Carlisle United AFC)
Its website, viewed 5 March 2019: home page (Carlisle United Football Club)
CUSC news, issue no. 99, 1989: page 3 (Carlisle Utd) page 29 (Carlisle United A.F.C.) page 35 (C.U.F.C.)
Wikipedia, viewed 5 March 2019 (Carlisle United F.C.; Carlisle United Football Club; professional association football club based in Carlisle, Cumbria; nicknames: Cumbrians, The Blues, Blue & White army; formed on 17 May 1904 when the club's name was changed from Shaddongate United to Carlisle United; initially played at Milhome Bank and later at Devonshire Park, finally settling at their current home Brunton Park in 1909)
Associated languageeng