The Week Ahead: Contracts, Survey Results & Fair Game Workshop

As we head into June, off-the-pitch activities are beginning to pick up steam at the Abbey Stadium, starting with the confirmation that Paul Digby has signed a new contract at the Club...

It is expected that there will be more player news later in the week, so stay tuned to for the latest contract information coming out of the Club.

Following the news last week that Cambridge United is one of six Fair Game founding members, CEO Ian Mather will be chairing a workshop on sustainability this Thursday from 10am. Supporters can register for the event by clicking here.

Results from the Supporter Survey will be published this week, which will give supporters an insight into how the fanbase is feelling following the conclusion of the 2020/21 season and ahead of the potential return of crowds in 2021/22.

Would you like to get your hands on a unique memento whilst raising money for a good cause?

The Club is auctioning a signed Paul Mullin FIFA Ultimate Team Card, which commemorates his Sky Bet League Two Team of the Season inclusion, with all funds going straight to Cambridge United Community Trust. Click here to place your bid and please note, the auction ends on Saturday 5th June at 7pm.

Cambridge Fans United is calling for supporters to donate any unwanted Football Boots, Shin Pads or any other equipment to the Cambridge YMCA, after a new link to the Charity was recently formed. Read more here.

It's Half-Term across Cambridgeshire and Cambridge United's Soccer Schools are running until Friday in Chesterton, Netherhall, Impington and Comberton. Places are still available, so click here to get your child booked on now.

Finally, we are just weeks away from releasing the first look at the 2021/22 Cambridge United Home and Away Shirts with Pre-Orders expected to be available by the end of the month. Last season's shirts in adult sizes are now out of stock at but there are still some junior sizes available in both home and away, available for just £9.99.

United in Endeavour.