Nickname: The Cumbrians
Year formed: 1904
Ground: Brunton Park, Warwick Road, Carlisle, CA1 1LL
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2008/09 average: 6,267
For visitors: 1,700 in the Cumberland Building Society Stand and the Peterill End
- 1 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Premier League-bound Canaries' 3-1 defeat against Bournemouth
- 2 “It was high on Ben and it was a red card' - Giannoulis bang to rights for Woodgate
- 3 PROMOTION LIVE: Cherries and red card ruin City's party
- 4 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 3-1 Bournemouth defeat
- 5 City players and fans celebrate promotion on social media
- 6 Farke savours sweet Premier League promotion after rollercoaster ride
- 7 'Amazing' - Buendia hails City's special promotion achievement
- 8 WATCH: Delighted Delia Smith leads Canaries fans in Emi Buendia sing song
- 9 Norwich City fans gather at Carrow Road to celebrate promotion
- 10 Paddy Davitt verdict: I'll have a P please City
Position last season: 20th in League One
Manager: Greg Abbott (November 2008)
Player to watch - Marc Bridge-Wilkinson: The midfielder was one of the bright sparks for the Cumbrians in a disappointing 2008/09 campaign. Bridge-Wilkinson was more of a winger in his early days, but now often operates more centrally as a creative midfielder, weighing in with the odd crucial goal. Will be key to the Blues' hopes of a better season.
Record transfer fee paid: �140,000 (Joe Garner, Blackburn, 2007)
Record transfer fee received: �1.5m (Matt Jansen, Palace, 1998)
Ticket office: 0844 371 1921
Official website: www.carlisleunited.co.uk
Distance: 281 miles
Journey time: 5 hrs, 43 mins
For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx
Pub: For Canary fans wanting a relaxed, family-friendly place to enjoy a drink, The Lakeland Gate is one mile from Carlisle station and a short walk from Brunton Park. It offers a range of food and drink as well as a children's play area.
There's also the Howard Arms at 107 Lowther Street.
Last league meeting: Carlisle United 0, Norwich City 1 (10 October, 2009) Wes Hoolahan's fifth goal of the season was enough to give Norwich City their third successive League One victory and sent them up to sixth place in the table. Hoolahan struck after 41 minutes at Brunton Park after the Carlisle defence failed to deal with a cross from Chris Martin.