Work to Begin on £3.5 million Stadium Improvements at Exeter City FC


Exeter City Football Club has today (10/05/17) confirmed that work will start on its stadium improvement project this summer – after more than two years of complex negotiations. Contracts to commence the work have been signed and developers plan to begin construction next month. Julian Tagg, Exeter City FC chairman, said: ‘We are delighted to [...]


Exeter Pride – this Saturday, 13 May 2017

ECFC v Homophobia

Exeter Pride, the annual celebration of the LGBTQ+ communities and diversity within the City and surrounding areas takes place this Saturday, 13 May 2017. Pride 2017 is expected to be the biggest free celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and questioning (LGBTQ+) communities in Devon and is one of the first in the UK summer [...]


‘City til I die’ CD now on sale

City Till I Die

A new single ‘City til I die’ is now on sale in the Club Shop with all the profits going to Exeter City Supporters Trust and the Adam Stansfield Foundation. The CD, which includes four bonus tracks, has been released by Jacques Defoe and the Dilettanti and sells for £4. It is also available on [...]


Remembering Frederick Hunter

The grave of Fred Hunter

Today, 6 May 2017, we remember Frederick Joseph Collymore Hunter, the Exeter City Chairman who died on this day 75 years ago after sustaining fatal injuries during the Exeter Blitz. Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Hunter was a prominent local businessman with a special interest in cars. He was a director of Messrs. Pike and Co Ltd [...]


Director for the Day, ECFC v. Carlisle, Saturday 6 May 2017, 5.30pm KO

Trust Logo Square 5

We’re pleased to announce that the winner for the Director for the Day for our final home EFL League 2 match against Carlisle on Saturday 6 May 2017 is Simon Yates. Simon will be bringing Jon Dibble as his guest. In addition to Simon the following were on the Director for the Day potential winners’ [...]


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