A GROUP of Carlisle United supporters from across west Cumbria went out to support their team for the last match of the season. 

The Route A66 Blues Travel group headed to Bradford to show their support for United. 

Despite a disappointing result, the group said they had an amazing weekend dressed as Vikings and staying over in York. 

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Organiser John Ireland said: "I think the camaraderie of everyone involved really makes the trip special.

"We have so many different groups among those that come along and it really works well. 

"As a British Armed Forces veteran it reminds me of my time in the military with the friendships and bonds we've made. It's great because we all love and support Carlisle United. 

"Everyone loved the fancy dress and even members of the public seem to enjoy it and try to get involved."

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John has been organising the trips since 1997 and has made some amazing memories along the way.

On the last match of the season the group often don fancy dress to make it extra special. Some recent examples include airline pilots and Elvises...

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