EXETER CITY vs PORT VALE
EMIRATES FA CUP SECOND ROUND
ST JAMES PARK
SUNDAY 6TH DECEMBER 2015
THE FA CUP makes a long-awaited return to St James Park this weekend as Port Vale are the visitors.
A win could prove to be highly-valuable for the Grecians, as the Third Round sees the country's heavy-hitters from the top two divisions enter.
Former Grecian Richard Duffy is likely to be involved for the visitors, though City are likely to have a new-look midfield due to injury set-backs.
You can pay on the gate to see City take on the Vale at St James Park. Reduced ticket prices
apply - hope to see you all there!
PORT VALE 0-2 EXETER CITY - VALE PARK - FEBRUARY 26 2013
Jamie Cureton and Danny Coles got the goals as City were winners at Vale Park. The Valiants would ultimately go up at the end of the season.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 15
Port Vale wins: 24
Referee: Trevor Kettle
Assistants: Adam Matthews, Ronald Ganfield
Fourth: Adam Bromley
Exeter City Supporters' Trust will have their stall positioned in Red Square as usual - they will be collecting donations for the Supporter-sponsored match against AFC Wimbledon on Sunday. Please give what you can!
The FA Cup match between Rochdale and Bury will be live on TV before the game. Come down early and watch the game while you read your programme!
Also, stay after the match to watch Newcastle United vs Liverpool in the company of fellow City fans.
Pop into the club shop before or after the match to pick up the new Exeter City 2016 calendar. Prepare yourself for the festive season with the Exeter City Santa jumper too!
While you're there, get a hold of a Monopoly: Exeter Edition ready for Christmas!
Not able to attend? All the action will be live in audio on Grecian PlayerHD
" href="http://www.player.exetercityfc.co.uk/">Grecian PlayerHD
is the cover star and feature interview of this weekend's FA Cup edition of The Grecian
It's a full-size edition filled with plenty of FA Cup puzzles to keep the kids entertained.
Also, Connor Riley-Lowe
is the latest City star to take on our Ten Questions quiz.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the Club Shop and around St James Park.
"It was only a matter of time before we drew a home tie, and it was only a matter of time before we won a couple of ties. You can't draw a big side in the Third Round unless you progress through the second, so it's about winning this game before thinking about what happens next. We all know what could happen, but really it's a non-topic until you win the games to get there." - Paul Tisdale
St. Martin's Under-10s take on the half-time shootout tomorrow. Enjoy your day all!
The Unicorn Hotel
are our Match Sponsors tomorrow.
SUNDAY 6TH DECEMBER: ROUND 2
Rochdale vs Bury (12pm)
Peterborough United vs Luton Town (2pm)
Cambridge United vs Doncaster Rovers
Welling United vs Carlisle United
Colchester United vs Altrincham
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Whitehawk
Oxford United vs Forest Green Rovers
Exeter City 11/5
Port Vale 6/5