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Established
1901 (121 years old)

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Soccer

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St James’
(8,541 Capacity)

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Exeter, England

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Upcoming Events
02 Dec 22 Morecambe  -  Exeter
10 Dec 22 Exeter  -  Sheffield Weds
17 Dec 22 Bolton  -  Exeter
26 Dec 22 Exeter  -  Portsmouth
29 Dec 22 Bristol Rovers  -  Exeter

Latest Results
26 Nov 22 Oxford Utd  4 - 1  Exeter
19 Nov 22 Exeter  0 - 2  Ipswich
12 Nov 22 Exeter  3 - 2  Peterboro
05 Nov 22 Port Vale  2 - 3  Exeter
31 Oct 22 Plymouth  4 - 2  Exeter

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Exeter City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Exeter, Devon, England. The team play in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system. The club is owned by the club's supporters through the Exeter City Supporters' Trust.

The club was a member of the Football League from 1920 to 2003. Following five seasons in the Conference National, Exeter were promoted back to League Two for the 2008–09 season and immediately achieved automatic promotion to League One for the 2009–10 season. In the 2011–12 season of League One Exeter City were relegated to League Two, finishing 23rd with 48 points, they have remained in League Two ever since.

Exeter City was founded in 1904 and began playing on an old field used for fattening pigs, St James Park (not to be confused with the homes of Newcastle United or Brackley Town). Exeter remain at St James Park to this day. The club is nicknamed "The Grecians". For the 2016–17 season City's home kit is supplied by Joma and it consists of red and white shirts, black shorts, and black and white socks.

The club is known as the first side to play a national team from Brazil, after a tour of South America in 1914 to generate awareness of football in the continent. As a result, City and Brazilian side Fluminense are now also partner clubs.

Team Members
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Harry
Kite




Timothée
Dieng




Matt
Jay




Nigel
Atangana




Archie
Collins



Jake
Caprice




Jevani
Brown




Jonathan
Grounds




Scott
Brown




Padriag
Amond




Sam
Nombe




Harry
Smith




Pierce
Sweeney




Jamal
Blackman




Rekeem
Harper




Cameron
Dawson




Colin
Daniel




Sam
Stubbs
#5



Kyle
Taylor
#28



Jay
Stansfield
#65


(21 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

St James Park is a football stadium in Exeter and is the home of Exeter City F.C. The stadium is served by the St James Park railway station which is right next to the ground (the line runs behind the Grandstand). It has been adopted by the club who contribute to its upkeep, under the community rail scheme, and its railings have been painted in the red and white of Exeter's strip.

The current capacity of St James Park is 6,087. The capacity prior to the beginning of redevelopment work in 2017 was 8,541. The record attendance is 20,984, who watched Exeter lose 4–2 to Sunderland in an FA Cup Sixth Round Replay in 1931.

The Stagecoach Stand and the away terrace will be closed for the 2017/18 season due to redevelopment work at the stadium, with away fans set to be only allocated around 200-1,000 tickets in the seated stand. this reduced the capacity to around 6,000.

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