Following the early May Bank Holiday, Cambridge United head into the final week of the Sky Bet League Two season...
The U's face Grimsby Town at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday knowing that a draw or win would secure promotion to Sky Bet League One. The only way to watch the action is with an iFollow Match Pass - available to buy now.
It was a successful weekend for Cambridge United's young professionals, as Ben Worman made his debut for Weymouth in a 4-2 National League victory at Woking, in which fellow U's teammate and loanee Andy Dallas added another two goals to his impressive Weymouth tally of 10 goals in 19 matches. Weymouth face promotion challengers, Sutton United this Saturday.
Meanwhile, yesterday was a proud day for Lewis Simper as the 20 year old made his Wembley debut, starting for Concord Rangers in the FA Trophy Final. Unfortunately his side couldn't claim the silverware, as they went down 1-0 against Harrogate Town.
The U21s also wrap up their season this weekend, with Saturday's game away at Luton Town being their final one of 2020/21. Last time out, they drew 2-2 at Lincoln City with goals from Joe Neal and 15 year old Glenn McConnell.
In Community Trust news, two popular sessions for Over 50's return this week - Walking Football and SuperVets!
Walking Football takes place this Thursday at the Abbey Leisure Centre from 11am-2pm and is aimed for Over 50's looking to exercise in a relaxed, friendly and inclusive environment.
SuperVets is held on Tuesday's from 6pm-7pm, also at Abbey Leisure Centre, and is primarily geared for fitter, quicker players who are looking for a football session that bridges the gap between the two spectrums. Both sessions cost £3 to play, but newcomers can play for free for their first session.
46 people have been along to the welcoming sessions in the last 18 months and if you or somebody you know would like to add to that number, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07948407950 for more information.
In Retail, Kids Shirts remain at just £9.99 but please note, stock is still very low. All Adult Training Wear is also reduced by a massive 50%, so head to cufcdirect.com now to pick up an end-of-season bargain.
Finally, after their scheduled opponents have dropped out, Cambridge United Women are looking to arrange a friendly match for this Thursday at their home ground of St Neots Town. Contact @CambridgeUtdWFC for more information.
Once again, make sure you get behind the team this Saturday by purchasing an iFollow Match Pass. United in Endeavour.