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13 March 2018 Venue St James Park Attendance

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Match preview: City v Yeovil Town

All you need to know about the Grecians match with Westcountry rivals Yeovil Town

12 March 2018

Exeter City play one of their games in hand on Tuesday night when they host Yeovil Town at St James Park.

A victory could lift the Grecians level on points with fifth place Mansfield Town, while a win for the Glovers could move them 11 points clear of the relegation places with 10 games of the season left to go. 

City have some selection worries going into the game after both Lee Holmes and Jordan Moore-Taylor both picked up injuries in the first half of Saturday's match with Carlisle United. However, manager Paul Tisdale is confident they have the strength in depth to cope.

“We have got some issues going into Tuesday with selection and injuries," said Tis. “It is going to be game after game from now until the end of the season and we have got a really good squad and that is the benefit of having strength in depth and we have got that. 

“It has taken a long time to get Troy (Brown) and Jordan (Moore-Taylor) back in as a central partnership and we might have to look again at those that have come in to deputize. Dean Moxey did a really good job coming into that role (against Carlisle). I am not sure that is a position he will play every week from the start, but we have got a good squad and that is what they are there for. Those players have got to be ready.” 


The IP Office Stand is sold out for the match against Yeovil Town, meaning there is only standing tickets available in the Thatchers' Big Bank. Tickets should still be available to purchase for the Thatchers' Big Bank on the day, but the club is advising that supporters buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. You can do this by clicking on the following link and then collect your ticket from the ticket booth in Red Square on matchday. 


Thank you to our match sponsors Ashfords, Handelsbanken and Charles Stanley and our ball sponsor Old Mill. All four companies are long-term supporters of the football club and you can find out more about each business by clicking on their name.

We have an extensive range of sponsorship opportunities. For more information contact Jake Wood at Exeter City at


Supporters attending match day hospitality or events and conferencing at St James Park will be able to make use of the new bar and toilet facilities at the Park.

To finish off the refurbishment of the Supporters' Trust suite, a brand new, more modern bar has been installed which saves a little space in the room, and is more pleasing on the eye.

As part of the upgrade the position of the ladies and gents’ toilets have now been swapped, something to bear in mind if attending tomorrow's match, with works being completed on one set, and the other being done after the Yeovil Town match. 

We hope you enjoy the upgraded facilities.


At half-time during City's match against Yeovil Town on Tuesday, the Exeter City Academy will take to the pitch for their annual parade. 

After the parade, the under-18s will be presented with the South West Youth Alliance division title by chairman Julian Tagg.

You can find out more about this by clicking here 


Redevelopment Work: The away terrace and the Stagecoach Family Stand will not be open to supporters for Saturday’s game due to the 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 on to the Thatchers' Big Bank. For more information read the following article.


The Junior Grecians family zone will be open to its members from 5.30pm on Saturday and then to the general public, including away supporters, from 6.30pm. The zone has video consoles, large TV screens, a refreshments stall and table football.

The zone is located in Red Square. For more information on it read the following article.


Assistant manager Matt Oakley is the feature interview for Tuesday's programme as he talks about the first year in his new role. There is also all the normal features including Lee Phillips taking on the football first, best and worst quiz. You can pick up a copy of the programme for £3 from the club shop and reception and from around the ground.


The club shop will be open ahead of the game with Yeovil Town. The club shop is located in Red Square at the back of the IP Office Stand. 

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City 0 Yeovil Town 0

Grecians frustrated at St James Park

13 March 2018

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Exeter City were held to a 0-0 draw with Yeovil Town at St James Park in Sky Bet League Two.

Despite creating a host of chances, the Grecians weren't able to find a way past their west country opponents as Darren Way's side held on for a draw.

Match report sponsored by Speedy Freight

City made two changes to the side that began the 1-1 draw with Carlisle United last weekend with injured pair Lee Holmes and Jordan Moore-Taylor dropping out for Craig Woodman and Matt Jay.

The Grecians started on the front foot and had their first chance at goal after the first minute when Jayden Stockley nodded the ball into the path of Jay, whose shot was blocked away as City then won a succession of corners.

Stockley, Pierce Sweeney and Jake Taylor also had shots at goal blocked away in the opening period as Paul Tisdale’s side put their opponents under considerable pressure early on.

Yeovil had to wait until just before the 20-minute mark for their first effort at the City goal when Jared Bird broke through the Grecians’ midfield before striking just over.

Bird was back in the midst of the action just moments later when the ball broke to him in the City area before he shot powerfully at goal, but for an excellent block by Dean Moxey in central defence.

City continued to look bright in the first half, with Taylor having two more chances at goal, the first which edged just over before he received the ball just inside the Yeovil box and had a shot well blocked by the on-rushing Town defence.

Hiram Boateng then went closest for City just five minutes before half-time when good interplay between Stockley and Ryan Harley saw the ball fall to the midfielder on the six-yard line but, under pressure, the midfielder could only fire against the crossbar as Darren Way’s side hung on going into the break.

The first chance of the second-half fell to the Grecians after Boateng’s corner found Moxey unmarked just a few yards out from Stuart Nelson’s goal. But the City number 21 could only head the ball just wide of the Yeovil goal.

Jay and Harley were next to have attempts at goal around the hour mark, both with efforts from the edge of the Yeovil box, but both edging just wide of Nelson’s goal as Tisdale’s side searched for the advantage.

Pym was then called into action on 74 minutes when a rare Yeovil attack saw substitute Rhys Browne run at the City backline before sending in a low cross, which the City goalkeeper did well to pounce on.

Lewis Wing then had another chance for the away side on 80 minutes when the visitors got in down the right-hand side, but Pym saved excellently from Wing’s low and powerful effort.

City were then gifted the chance to win the match in the final minute of the 90 when Taylor did well to keep the ball alive after a substitute, Liam McALinden, run. The ball found its way to Stockley, who just had Nelson to beat, but could only drag his shot wide of goal as the Grecians were made to settle for one point.

Exeter City: Pym, Sweeney, Woodman, Tillson, Harley (McAlinden, 82), Stockley, Jay (Edwards, 75), Moxey, Taylor, Brown, Boateng

Subs not used: Jones, James, Archibald-Henville, Simpson, Seaborne

Booked: Harley

Yeovil Town: Nelson, Bird, Wing, Khan (Browne, 57), Dickson, Zoko (Surridge, 82), Green, Sowunmi, Fisher (Barnes, 70), James, Donnellan

Subs not used: Maddison, Mugabe, Seager, Santos

Booked: Green, Donnellan

Attendance: 3,913 (Inc, 323, away)

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⚽️ IP Office Main Stand almost sold out for Yeovil Town match

Local derby proving popular

11 March 2018

It's football under the floodlights this Tuesday night as City take on local rivals Yeovil Town at St James Park in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The Grecians currently sit in 6th place and this is one of the games in hand over most teams around them, your support is crucial as we enter the home stretch of the season, with all to play for.


There are just a handful of seats still available in the IP Office Main Stand as of Sunday, March 11. The stand has sold out for all of City's home league matches so we advise booking as soon as you can.

To purchase tickets online, please click here. You can also call the club during the normal office hours on 01392 411 243 (option 3) or visit the club shop and reception in person between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

Standing tickets in the Thatchers' Big Bank, the largest standing terrace in the football league, for the match should still be available to purchase on the day, but again the club is advising that supporters buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment, and to take advantage of advanced discounts.

Thank you for your support.

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