How to contact us
FESTIVE OPENING HOURS
Please CLICK HERE for the Christmas and new year opening hours for the Exeter City reception and club shop at St James Park.
Exeter City Football Club, St James Park, Stadium Way, Exeter, EX4 6PX
Telephone: 01392 411243 | Email: email@example.com
Head of commercial: Mark Jenkins
Commercial sales: Matt Kimberley
Sales administrator: Sarah Crabb
MEDIA AND MARKETING
Marketing manager: Scott Palfrey
Media manager: Simon Larkins
Events manager: Rhiannon Marsh
If you would like an Exeter City player or staff member to appear at your function or meeting, please download the form below and return it completed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications must be received at least 21 days before the request date. Download the form by clicking here.
SUPPORTER LIAISON OFFICER
You can contact the club's Supporter Liaison Officer via email on: email@example.com
How to find us
Address: Exeter City Football Club, St James Park, Stadium Way, Exeter, EX4 6PX
From the M5: Exit westbound at Junction 29 onto the A3015 (Honiton Road).F ollow the road onto the B3183 (Heavitree Road) for two miles, going past Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital. Take the fourth exit at the roundabout into Western Way, and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road. St James Park and Stadium Way are located on the left.
From the East: Follow the A303/A30 towards Exeter, passing under the M5 Bridge (at Junction 29). Then follow the above instructions ‘From the M5’.
From the West: Follow signposts towards Exeter centre. After crossing the River Exe near Exeter St Thomas rail station, join the A3015 (Frog Street). Follow the one-way system and then exit onto the B3212 (Magdalen Street) and follow the road as it veers left towards the roundabout. Take the third exit at the roundabout into Western Way, and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road. St James’ Park and Stadium Way are located on your left.
Please note that owing to very limited parking at St James Park, there is no on-site parking for supporters at St James Park on matchdays. There may be very limited residential parking available locally. Please click here to view a map of car parks local to St James’ Park (please note that only red numbers are car parks on this external link).
Parking is available at the club on non-matchdays, entering via Stadium Way.
The stadium is served by St James Park rail station, a few minutes’ walk from the ground. The station lies on the Avocet Line (First Great Western trains), which runs from Exeter St David’s to Exmouth, also calling at Exeter Central. The Exeter St David’s and Exeter Central stations connect the city to the other major cities across the UK.
Please click here to visit the national rail website.
The following bus routes run via Old Tiverton Road, adjacent to St James Park:
E (Lancelot Rd – City Centre – Exwick)
F1 (Lancelot Rd – Prince Charles Rd – City Centre – Redhills – Exwick)
F2 (Lancelot Rd – Prince Charles Rd – City Centre – Redhills – Exwick)
The following bus routes stop by the Odeon cinema on Sidwell Street, less than five minutes’ walk from the stadium:
1 (Exeter – Cullumpton – Tiverton)
1B (Exeter – Cullumpton – Willand)
G (Hamlin Gardens – City Centre – The Quay)
K (Pinhoe – City Centre – Countess Wear)
P (Pennsylvania – City Centre – High Meadows – Crossmead)
P2 Red (Honiton Road Park & Ride – City Centre)
T (Pinhoe – City Centre – Topsham)
Exeter Bus Station is located around ten minutes’ walk from St James Park. It is the terminus for many local buses in the Exeter area, as well as serving intercity coach companies including Megabus, National Express, First Bus and Western Greyhound. Click here to visit the Stagecoach website.
Park & Ride:
It is also possible to get to the City Centre by using the Park & Ride services at Honiton Road (Red), Sowton (Blue) and Matford (Green). Click here to find the timetables.
Exeter International Airport is situated in Clyst Honiton, four miles from the city centre. Our principle sponsor Flybe serves 25 destinations directly, including nine destinations within the British Isles.
Cliff Hill Training Ground
Clyst St Mary
Because of the location of the Cliff Hill Training Ground, it is recommended to visit by car.
From the M5: Leave the motorway at Junction 30 and head eastbound onto the A376 (Sidmouth Road). Take the second exit at the roundabout onto the A3052. After passing the Cat & Fiddle Inn on the left, the entrance to the training ground is a little further ahead on the right.
From the East: The easiest way to find the Cat & Fiddle is to follow the A303/A30 until it meets the M5 at Junction 29. Take the motorway southbound, exiting at Junction 30 and then follow the above instructions listed as ‘From the M5’.
From the West: Leave the A30 using the M5 slip road (Junction 30) and continue by following the above instructions listed as ‘From the M5’.