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The Week Ahead: Dunk, Tickets & Shop Reopens

19 July 2021

U's fans can watch the 2021/22 team for the first time this week, as the Club's first friendly in-front of supporters will be played on Friday...

Following Saturday's behind-closed-doors meeting with Cardiff City, United face Brentford XI at St Neots Town on Friday at 6:30pm with tickets available to buy now. Before that, a United XI is travelling to Newmarket Town on Tuesday night, with the squad expected to be largely made-up of Academy players.

This week there are two opportunities for 2020/21 Season Ticket Holders to have their photos taken with the League Two Promotion Trophy. Supporters can either visit the Abbey Stadium on Tuesday 20th July between 12pm-3pm or the Grand Arcade on Thursday 22nd July between 3pm-6pm.

Tickets are continuing to sell well for Harrison Dunk's Testimonial vs QPR, which is taking place next Tuesday at 7pm. Later in the week, supporters will be able to bid on a live auction to raise money for Harrison, with some fantastic items and experiences on offer.

The Cambridge United Club Shop at the Abbey Stadium re-opens tomorrow, following hot on the heels of last week's confirmation of new opening times.

The Shop will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as Home Matchdays. Visit to buy the 2021/22 Home, Away and Third Shirts, in addition to Season Tickets and Match Tickets for both of the Club's upcoming Home Friendlies. As ever, everything is also available online from

Supporters are asked to register their interest in signing up for a Printed Programme subscription for the 2021/22 season. Whilst the Digital Programme will continue into next year, the Club is measuring the demand for a physical version of the product. If you would be interested in purchasing a subscription, please click here and fill in the survey.

With the end of the School Year now imminent, much of the Community Trust’s school work will finish this week including their work within SEMH (Social, Emotional & Mental Health needs) schools. To celebrate this work, Stephen Ferguson, Mayor of St Neots, came down to support a football morning at Riverside Meadows last week.

The Community Trust offers mental health education as well as school sport opportunities to many SEMH schools in the local area and after a coaching session with our Wellbeing Manager, Vicky Neal, the day saw a well contested match between two Riverside Meadows schools before lunch.

The start of the Summer Holidays means the start of Cambridge United Youth Development's Soccer Schools, as Camps for Girls, Regional Development Centre players and Goalkeepers are running all Summer long from next week. Places are being taken now, so click here to book your child onto an upcoming course.

Finally, the Youth Team returned from their Pre-Season Camp at Oakham last week and nine new Scholars made the trip. Click here to read about the new boys ahead of the 2021/22 season.

United in Endeavour.

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