The East Devon Grecians serve the supporters of Exeter City Football Club. They have over 200 members and hold regular meetings in Sidmouth, occasional social events and participate in many activities to support Exeter City.
The NDGs were formed in May 2003 when nine fans from the area decided to raise money for the club, they now meet on a regular basis and share travelling to away matches. In excess of £25,000 has been donated to the club and membership now exceeds 200.
The ExEC-100 Club is a members' club whose heartbeat is our own bar which is located under the Stagecoach Stand just down the tunnel from the changing rooms. The Club was founded back in August 2002 by nine individuals who just wanted to put something back into the Football Club. On a match day the ExEC-Club Members' turnstile opens a couple of hours before kick off for Members and their Guests, the bar being open before, during and after all home first team games.
The aims and objectives of ECDSA is the promotion of activities and schemes for the benefit of Exeter City FC and its disabled supporters.
The Exeter Exiles are a group of Exeter City supporters, formed in London in the early 1990s. The majority of them are London Grecians - but their membership of over 150 City fans is spread far and wide.
The Supporters' Club is the oldest established Supporters Group at the club and total donations are in excess of £150,000.
The Senior Reds group was launched in January 2012 by Steve Perryman MBE and has City legends Alan Banks and Jimmy Giles as founder Patrons. The group now has over 60 members and sponsors Jordan Dyer, City's U16 Academy midfielder through money raised from membership fees.
You can join today from as little as £5 a year and enjoy our programme of activities for senior supporters. Click here to download an application form.Click here to find out more about the Senior Reds