|FA Cup||Third Round|
|League Cup||Third Round|
|Football League Trophy||Runners-up|
For the 2009–10 season, Carlisle United F.C. competed in Football League One.
Players ages are as of 1 August 2009
|No.||Name||Nat.||Place of birth||Date of birth (Age)||Signed from||Note|
|1||Adam Collin||Penrith||9 December 1984 (aged 24)||Workington|
|39||Mark Gillespie||Newcastle upon Tyne||27 March 1992 (aged 17)||Newcastle United|
|40||Lenny Pidgeley||Twickenham||7 February 1984 (aged 25)||Millwall|
|2||David Raven||Birkenhead||10 March 1985 (aged 24)||Liverpool|
|3||Evan Horwood||Billingham||10 March 1986 (aged 23)||Sheffield United|
|5||Danny Livesey||Salford||31 December 1984 (aged 24)||Bolton Wanderers|
|6||Peter Murphy||Dublin||27 October 1980 (aged 28)||Blackburn Rovers|
|13||Simon Lakeland||Preston||13 August 1991 (aged 17)||–|
|14||Ian Harte||Drogheda||31 August 1977 (aged 31)||Blackpool|
|16||Joshua Gowling||Coventry||29 November 1983 (aged 25)||A.F.C. Bournemouth||signed for Gillingham in August 2009|
|19||Tom Aldred||Bolton||11 September 1990 (aged 18)||–|
|21||Richard Keogh||Harlow||11 August 1986 (aged 22)||Bristol City|
|23||Tony Kane||Belfast||29 August 1987 (aged 21)||Blackburn Rovers|
|29||Steven Swinglehurst||Carlisle||23 October 1992 (aged 16)||–|
|4||Marc Bridge-Wilkinson||Nuneaton||16 March 1979 (aged 30)||Bradford City|
|7||Joe Anyinsah||Bristol||8 October 1984 (aged 24)||Preston North End|
|8||Graham Kavanagh||Dublin||2 December 1973 (aged 35)||Sunderland|
|10||Matty Robson||Coxhoe||23 January 1985 (aged 24)||Hartlepool United|
|11||Paul Thirlwell||Washington||13 February 1979 (aged 30)||Derby County|
|12||Tom Taiwo||Pudsey||27 February 1990 (aged 19)||Chelsea|
|15||Gavin Rothery||Morley||22 September 1987 (aged 21)||Harrogate Town|
|16||Ben Marshall||Salford||29 March 1991 (aged 18)||on loan from Stoke City|
|17||Cleveland Taylor||Leicester||9 September 1983 (aged 25)||Scunthorpe United||signed for Brentford in August 2009|
|18||Conor Tinnion||Whitehaven||4 March 1991 (aged 18)||–||released in April 2010|
|20||Jonny Blake||Lancaster||4 February 1991 (aged 18)||–||released in April 2010|
|22||Michael Burns||Huyton||4 October 1988 (aged 20)||Bolton Wanderers|
|24||Kevan Hurst||Chesterfield||27 August 1985 (aged 23)||Scunthorpe United|
|9||Scott Dobie||Workington||10 October 1978 (aged 30)||Nottingham Forest|
|16||Vincent Péricard||Obala||3 October 1982 (aged 26)||Stoke City||signed for Swindon Town in January 2010|
|17||Richard Offiong||South Shields||17 December 1983 (aged 25)||Hamilton Academical|
|25||Adam Clayton||Manchester||14 January 1989 (aged 20)||on loan from Manchester City|
|26||Andy Cook||Bishop Auckland||18 October 1990 (aged 18)||–|
|27||Darryl Duffy||Glasgow||16 April 1984 (aged 25)||on loan from Bristol Rovers|
|28||Gary Madine||Gateshead||August 24, 1990 (aged 18)||–|
|30||Ryan Bowman||Carlisle||30 November 1991 (aged 17)||–|
|31||Jason Price||Aberdare||12 April 1977 (aged 32)||on loan from Millwall|
|12||Milton Keynes Dons||46||17||9||20||60||68||−8||60|
|13||Brighton & Hove Albion||46||15||14||17||56||60||−4||59|
|19 January 2010Area Final Leg 1||Leeds United||1–2||Carlisle United||Elland Road|
|9 February 2010Area Final Leg 2||Carlisle United||2–3|
|Leeds United||Brunton Park|
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