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Next Up: Exeter City vs Portsmouth

Next Up: Exeter City vs Portsmouth

With City’s EFL Cup adventure coming to an end against a very professional Hull side, it’s back to league action on Saturday with the visit of a club that a few years previously would have only been in similar circumstances. Paul Tisdale will hope to have no new injury concerns although Ryan Harley’s withdrawal on Tuesday was thought to be …

by Jason H on August 25th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Stagecoach Extends Old Grandstand Sponsorship

Stagecoach Extends Old Grandstand Sponsorship

Exeter City have announced that Stagecoach South West have extended their long established sponsorship of the family stand at St James Park for another two years. Stagecoach South West have now sponsored the Stagecoach Stand for over a decade and the extended deal will include sponsorship of the new stand at St James Park. The sponsorship deal is slightly longer …

by Hants on August 25th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Exeter City vs Hull City (EFL Cup)

Next Up: Exeter City vs Hull City (EFL Cup)

A hard-fought three points at Accrington will have been just the tonic for Paul Tisdale’s City side as they prepare to take on top flight opposition in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night. Troy Brown returned from injury on Saturday to ease the pressure on City’s stretched resources, although a number of players are still missing from the side for …

by Jason H on August 22nd, 2016 Leave a comment »

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Hull City

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Hull City

Tuesday night is the second round of the League Cup. Premiership side Hull City will be visiting, and it’s a 7.45pm kick off. Tickets are on sale to Exeter fans, and information on how to get a ticket can be found here. Hull City fans can find information about tickets on their Club’s website, here. The match officials will be:- …

by Hants on August 21st, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Accrington Stanley vs Exeter City

Next Up: Accrington Stanley vs Exeter City

Another game, another defeat where City had looked reasonable value for at least a point, and suddenly Paul Tisdale has the weight of the world on his shoulders as his bottom-placed side heads to East Lancashire. Injury, illness and other absence have contributed to City’s side being particularly patched up at present and, with the mercurial Lee Holmes now thought …

by Jason H on August 19th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Hull City League Cup Tie Tickets on Sale

Hull City League Cup Tie Tickets on Sale

Exeter City play against Premier League Hull City in the second round of the EFL Cup on Tuesday 23 August at St James Park. The Tigers, who were promoted via the Championship play-offs last season, got their season off to an excellent start last weekend when they beat Premier League title holders Leicester City 2-1 at the KC Stadium. Norwegian …

by Hants on August 19th, 2016 Leave a comment »

More than £1,000 for Adam Stansfield Foundation by Supporters Football Match

More than £1,000 for Adam Stansfield Foundation by Supporters Football Match

More than £1,000 has been raised for the Adam Stansfield Foundation thanks to a charity football match which took place last Sunday. The game at Exmouth Town’s Southern Road ground saw a team of Exeter City supporters take on Great Western Railway staff from Exeter St David’s station, with match subs and a prize draw raffle after the game helping …

by Hants on August 19th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Preserving the Heritage and history of Exeter City Football Club

Preserving the Heritage and history of Exeter City Football Club

The South West Heritage Trust has teamed up with Exeter City football fans to help preserve the city’s sporting heritage and make it more accessible. Exeter City Football Club History Group, The Grecian Archive and the Heritage Trust are working together to catalogue and digitise records from Exeter City Football Club. The club, which was founded in 1901 as St …

by Hants on August 19th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Exeter City vs Crawley

Next Up: Exeter City vs Crawley

Illness-ravaged City came up short against Hartlepool as two goals in quick succession proved their undoing. There is little recovery time, however, as the games are coming thick and fast with the visit of another side that on paper City would fancy their chances against. Paul Tisdale will be hoping the treatment room is emptier by Wednesday with the likes …

by Hants on August 15th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Crawley Town

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Crawley Town

Exeter’s third game at St James Park sees Crawley Town visit in a League 2 fixture. Tickets are as per normal arrangements, so tickets from the booths for the Old Grandstand and the Main Stand, pay on the gate for the Big Bank and via the ticket booth on St James Road for way fans. Match officials for the game …

by Hants on August 15th, 2016 Leave a comment »