Welcome to the Cambridge United Hall of Fame
The Cambridge United Hall of Fame recognises outstanding contributions to the development, success and history of Cambridge United Football Club.
100 Years of Coconuts, the heritage arm of supporters’ trust CFU, working with the benefit of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the support of the football club, inaugurated the Hall of Fame in July 2016 with a ceremony honouring the first three inductees. Further inductions will take place at regular intervals.
The Hall of Fame recognises the lives and work of all those who have contributed to the success of the club: players, managers and coaches of course, but also the unsung heroes and heroines – club employees, directors and officials, supporters and volunteers.
The first three inductions – of Russell Crane, Lil Harrison and Rodney Slack – were decided by members of the 100 Years of Coconuts committee and the CFU Trust Board. Future votes will involve the entire Cambridge United supporter base.
Please explore this site to find out more about the inductees and the induction process and CFU, 100 Years of Coconuts and its other initiatives.