Carlisle United saw more than a dozen players depart the club last summer - but what happened to them?

While some are now playing at a higher level, several now find themselves now looking for another side just one year on from their Brunton Park exit.

Here, we look at every players to have left Carlisle last year and where they are now:

Aaron Hayden

Hayden was under contract at Carlisle last summer, but was the subject of a bid from National League side Wrexham after their Hollywood-backed takeover.

He signed a three-year deal in Wales after an undisclosed fee was agreed and played a key role for Phil Parkinson's side last term.

However, Wrexham missed out on promotion via the play-offs so are now set for another campaign in non-league.

Nick Anderton

Having turned down the offer of fresh terms with the Blues, the left-back signed for League Two side Bristol Rovers last summer.

He featured 39 times for the Gas last summer as they sealed promotion to League One on the final day of the season - with Anderton remaining under contract for the new campaign.

Rhys Bennett

The will-he-won't-he saga of last summer resulted in Bennett departing for League One side Gillingham.

But after just half a season at Priestfield, the centre back moved on and joined Morecambe on a short-term contract.

He made 12 appearances for the third tier side before being released at the end of the season, and is now looking for a new club.

Paul Farman

Another player to snub a new contract at Brunton Park, Farman signed for Barrow and was an ever-present for the Bluebirds in the league last season.

He's set to remain at Holker Street for the new campaign have penned a two-year deal last summer.

Offrande Zanzala

Zanzala joined Farman at Barrow, but didn't feature as regularly as his former Carlisle teammate.

Indeed, the striker spent half of last season on loan with Exeter City and featured regularly as the Grecians secured promotion.

He recently agreed a mutual termination of his contract with Barrow and is now a free agent.

Jamie Armstrong

The youngster wasn't offered fresh terms with the Blues last summer and departed the club.

He spent last season with Penrith.

Charlie Barnes

The young full-back was also released by Carlisle last summer, but was quickly snapped-up by Annan Athletic.

And he played a key role for Peter Murphy's side as they narrowly missed out on promotion.

Charlie Birch

Birch also joined Annan after his departure from Brunton Park, but was allowed to join Penrith after making seven appearances for the Scottish side.

Dean Furman

A South African international, Furman struggled for regular football at Carlisle so it was little surpirse when he was released last summer.

After a spell without a club, he joined ambitious non-league side Warrington Rylands in January of this year.

Liam Lightfoot

Versatile defender Lightfoot was snapped-up by Workington last summer, having spent time training with the Reds following his release.

There, he teamed-up with younger brother Carl who is also on the club's books.

Cedwyn Scott

Scott joined Gateshead after he failed to break into Carlisle's team on a consistent basis, and was a key player for the Heed.

He regularly led the line for Mike Williamson's side as they sealed promotion to the National League.

Omari Patrick

The forward opted to sign for Burton Albion last summer after opting to move on from Carlisle.

But just half a season later, he rejoined the Blues having found first-team opportunities limited.

Tom Wilson

Wilson took something of an unconventional route after his release - making the move to America and the College of Charleston.

He has also recently agreed to play for Electric City Shock - a club based in Scranton - in the NPSL.