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City v Forest Green Rovers

All you need to know about tonight's FA Cup replay

12 December 2017

Exeter City entertain Forest Green Rovers in the FA Cup on Tuesday night after the two sides drew their original second-round tie 3-3 at the New Lawn 10 days ago.

The winner of the tie will face a match at home to Premier League side West Brom in the third round of the competition but manager Paul Tisdale is not getting looking ahead to that tie and wants his players to focus on the task in hand. 

“Let’s forget about the prize and think about the game,” said Tis. “That third round tie doesn’t exist until we, or if we, win the game on Tuesday.”


There are still tickets left in the IP Office Stand and the Thatchers’ Big Bank for the match this evening. You can purchase tickets for the game by clicking on the following link or by phoning (01392 411 243) or visiting the club prior to kick-off. 

Prices for the match are as follows

Thatchers Big Bank:

Adult: £15

Senior/student: £10

Under-18s: £5

IP Office Main Stand:  

Adult: £20 

Senior/student: £15

Under-18: £5 

You can pay on the gate for tonight’s match if you require a Thatchers Big Bank entry. However, you must purchase a ticket for the IP Office Stand. This can be done prior to kick-off at the ground though from the ticket booth in Red Square. Exeter City advise any person wanting to buy a seat at tonight’s match though to purchase at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.


The Heavitree Brewery are the match sponsors for tonight’s game. Thinking of running your own pub? Heavitree Brewery would like to hear from you, just telephone 01392 217733 and ask to speak to either Terry, Ryan or Hugh in the Heavitree Brewery tenancy team. For more info click on the following link.

Wilkinson Grant & Co are the ball sponsors. They are one of the South West’s leading independent property agents and acquisition specialists. To find out more about them click on the following link.


Exeter City supporters' will be holding a minute's applause at tomorrow's match against Forest Green Rovers for City fan Barry Thompson, who sadly passed away over the weekend.

Barry, or Baz as he was affectionately known, was a lifelong City fan who was red and white through and through. He sadly passed away after a short battle with cancer, aged 50.

Despite living in France, Baz would take his place in the centre Big Bank as often as he could. Baz was moderator of the popular Facebook Supporters' Discussion group and tributes have been pouring in about his wicked sense of humour, caring nature and knowledge of all things Exeter City. The minute's applause will take place during the 50th minute, to mark that Baz had recently turned 50. Please do join in if you are attending the match.


The away terrace and the Stagecoach Family Stand will not be open to supporters for the game due to redevelopment work at the club. All entry for home fans will be via the Stadium Way turnstiles into the IP Office Main Stand or the Thatchers' Big Bank. There will be no entry possible from the Jungle Path/Well Street side to the Thatchers' Big Bank. For more information read the following article.


The Junior Grecians family zone will be open to its members from 12.30pm on Saturday and then to the general public, including away supporters, from 1.30pm. The zone has video consoles, large TV screens, a refreshments stall and table football. For zone is located in Red Square. For more information on it read the following article


Please note that the kiosk in the Junior Grecian family zone is open to fans during half-time. If fans from the IP Office stand wish to use these kiosks it will reduce the queues at the other vending points in the ground.


Hiram Boateng is the feature interview in tonight’s matchday programme as he talks about his recent good form and settling into life at Exeter. He also takes on the club’s first, best and worst challenge.

There are all the usual features including a Pon De Replay poem from the Bard of ECFC and an in-depth look at our opponents tonight.

You can pick up a copy of the matchday programme for just £3.

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Match Reports

Forest Green 3 City 3

Late drama at the New Lawn sets up FA Cup replay

2 December 2017

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Exeter City set up an FA Cup replay with Forest Green Rovers after a pulsating 3-3 draw at the New Lawn.

After Christian Doidge had given the home side the lead, City fought back with goals from Jordan Moore-Taylor and Jayden Stockley, before Rovers rallied to lead 3-2 but for a late Stockley header in a match which saw three very late goals.

Match report sponsored by Speedy Freight

The Grecians made one change to the side that started the 2-0 win against Accrington Stanley last week with Troy Brown, who went off injured in that match, replaced by Troy Archibald-Henville who came in to play alongside Pierce Sweeney and Jordan Moore-Taylor in a defensive back three.

The home side had the first real chance of the match on 11 minutes when the ball was played centrally to striker, Doidge, who turned well to drive at the City back four before shooting from distance, forcing Christy Pym into a smart save down low.

But it was the Grecians who were seeing more of the ball in the opening period and they almost found the net shortly after Doidge’s attempt when a good cross from Pierce Sweeney met the head of Liam McAlinden, who tried to flick his effort towards goal, but was unable to keep it on target.

Pym was then forced into another save from a distant attempt after Rovers retrieved the ball from their free-kick which had been cleared before Scott Laird unleashed a powerful effort, but again Pym was equal to it.

Rovers then took the lead on 25 minutes when a precise ball through the middle from Reece Brown found its way behind the City defence and Doidge did well to finish coolly through the legs of the onrushing Pym, giving the home side the advantage.

Jake Taylor then had an excellent chance to level the tie on 32 minutes when the Grecians broke well through McAlinden’s pace, before the forward found Taylor unmarked, but as the City number 25 went to shoot, Laird made a crucial recovery to poke the ball away.

Jayden Stockley then had two headers in two minutes at goal, with the former saved comfortably by Bradley Collins, before a lofted cross from McAlinden to his strike partner saw Stockley fail to hit the target as the ball nestled wide meaning the Grecians would go into the break trailing.

It was Rovers who created the first chance of the second half when Brown broke at pace and threaded the ball through to Doidge, but this time from a tight angle, Pym did well to save from the Forest Green number 9.

The duel continued between Doidge and Pym, and on two occasions, the City keeper did brilliantly to keep the score at 1-0.

But the Grecians did well to ride out that spell of pressure and they levelled things on 57 minutes through captain, Moore-Taylor.

After his corner was blocked, Lloyd James collected the ball to cross towards the far post and Moore-Taylor rose excellently to nod the ball past Collins.

Just a few minutes later, the Grecians took the lead after good play on the left when Hiram Boateng played a fantastic cross in towards Stockley who guided the ball into the far corner.

Credit to City, who showed a great deal of resilience after riding out spells of home pressure, but substitutes Ryan Harley and Reuben Reid both did excellently in the latter stages of the half as the Grecians looked to hold onto the ball and frustrate Rovers.

Reid almost grabbed City’s third goal on 83 minutes after finding space on the left-hand side before curling a shot towards the far corner, but for Collins who made a strong save to deny the City forward.

But Mark Cooper’s men continued to battle on, and they levelled things late on through Scott Laird. After initial good hold up play from Doidge, which caused a scramble in the City box, Laird was on hand to nod the ball in from close range.

A pulsating final few minutes saw both sides look for the win, and with City looking to score from a corner, they left themselves vulnerable as the home team broke at speed and Doidge again finished coolly to give Rovers, what they thought, was the winner.

But that wasn’t it, just seconds after conceding the Grecians went back up the other end and Stockley did brilliantly to win a header in a crowded box to nod in and level the tie to set up a replay at St James Park.

Forest Green Rovers: Collins, Bennett, Laird, Collins, Doidge, Brown (Stevens, 81), Bugiel (Gomes, 65), Wishart, Iacovitti, Roberts, James

Subs not used: Russell, Cooper, Randall


Exeter City: Pym, Sweeney, James, Archibald-Henville (Harley, 55), Stockley, Moore-Taylor, McAlinden (Reid, 78) Moxey, Wilson (Tillson, 65), Taylor, Boateng

Subs not used: Hamon, Woodman, Jay, Edwards

Booked: Boateng

Attendance: 2,250 (Inc, 897, away)

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Ticket News

Away tickets: Newport County AFC update

28 December 2017

The club has received more covered seating tickets for City's match at Rodney Parade on New Year's Day, which are now on sale.

To purchase tickets online here. You can also call the club during the normal office hours on 01392 411243 or visit the club shop & reception in person between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.

City fans will be located in the Bisley Away End or the South Stand for the match at Rodney Parade on January 1. The match is not all ticket, so supporters can purchase on the day.

Kick-off for the game is 3pm and advanced prices are as follows:


  • Adult: £20
  • 60+: £16
  • Young adult (16-21)/Student*: £14 
  • Under-16s: £8
  • Under-12s: £6
  • Under-6s: FOC


  • Adult = £18
  • 60+ = £16
  • Young Adult (16-21)/Student* = £12
  • Under-16s = £8
  • Under-12s = £6
  • Under-6s = FOC**

*Students must have a valid NUS Card and/or proof of education to qualify

**Under 16, or 6 on 1st August 2016. Under 6 must be accompanied by a full paying adult or senior.

Advance Discounts? No.

Wheelchair/Accessibility Issues: Should contact the NCFC Ticket Office directly (01633 674 963)

Matchday purchase available? Yes, cash only.

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