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📝 Big Match Preview: City v Notts County

All you need to know ahead of City’s clash with Nott County at St James Park

7 September 2018

Exeter City welcome Notts County to St James Park in Sky Bet League Two in a 3pm kick-off as the Grecians look to get back to winning ways.

Matt Taylor’s side come into the game following two successive defeats in the league, but they turned out a positive performance in the Checkatrade Trophy away at Yeovil Town in midweek.

On Saturday’s encounter, manager Matt Taylor said: “We had a game on Tuesday, so training is always slightly tapered when there is a midweek game. The players that played on Tuesday night got minutes under belt and their distances were excellent, so we are looking forward to this weekend.

“They’ve (Notts County) had a change of manager and he’s had a week to work with his squad, so he’ll still be assessing his group and working to get the best out of that group. It’s always difficult playing against a team with a new manager because you don’t quite know what to prepare for. They may change shape, formation or personnel so we have to be prepared for everything.

“The group are hungry to bounce back following the Lincoln game.”


The sides last met at Meadow Lane back in January with both pushing to try and achieve promotion from Sky Bet League Two. In a strong performance from the Grecians they ran out 2-1 winners with goals from Jake Taylor and Jayden Stockley.


By booking tickets in advance you can save money and time queuing on match day.

There are a handful of seats still left in the IP Office Stand and there is still room on the Big Bank to cheer on the Grecians. Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways.

You can purchase tickets online, or 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.


This coming Sunday, September 9 is Emergency Services Day, in which the country pays tribute to all the people working in the vital emergency services sector.

To show our support to all those who work tirelessly in the community to keep us safe, we are offering a free Big Bank ticket to Emergency Services personel at this Saturday's 3pm kick-off against Notts County.

To take advantage all you have to do is visit the ticket booth in Red Square on the match day and collect your Big Bank ticket when showing valid ID*. The ticket booth is open from 12pm and tickets are available on a first come first served basis, whilst stocks last.

*ID accepted includes: Fire and Rescue Service, Police Force,  Ambulance Service, Air Ambulance, NHS Employees, Prison Service


England's first match of the UEFA Nations League will be live in the Centre Spot and the Supporters' Trust suite upstairs in the Park.

Gareth Southgate's men take on Spain in a 7:45pm kick-off.


We would like to welcome our match sponsors Thatchers, our match ball sponsors Old Mill, and our associate sponsors DMS Bricklaying to Saturday's match.

For more information about any of our sponsorship opportunities please contact Matt Kimberley at


Locally produced hot food will be able from Kenniford in Red Square prior to kick-off and will remain open at half-time.

Food is also available from the Junior Grecians lounge before the match, and at half-time.

Free Freezer Pops are available from the Tombola stall.


The new Jungle Path turnstiles will be in action. The turnstiles are for access to the Thatchers Big Bank only and there will be a cash turnstile and a ticket turnstile open.

The toilets will be open, but the refreshment kiosks aren’t quite ready yet but will follow soon.

Fans are encouraged to make use of the new turnstiles to allow for smooth, quick entry to St James Park and to reduce the pressure on Stadium Way.

Turnstiles will open from 2pm.


You can pick up a copy of The Grecian in and around the stadium for £3 on the day of the game. You can hear from midfielder Nicky Law about how he has settled in at City as well as how the Grecians are determined to return to winning ways.

Other regular features are also available as you can hear from City fan Tony Morris, as well as get the full information on Notts County.

Away programmes are available from the information point


The Junior Grecians family zone will be open to its members from 12.30pm on Saturday and at 1.30pm for everyone else, including away supporters.

The zone has video consoles, large TV screens, a refreshments stall and table football. It is located near the players' entrance at the IP Office Stand.

FREE Face painting is available around the ground and ambassadors will be handing out free come on you reds stickers!


You can read their profiles in the match day programme. If you would like to be a matchday mascot this season, then contact our operations manager Andy Gillard via email at


The club shop will be open from 11am to give you the opportunity to make some purchases ahead of the match and will close at 5.30pm.


Tickets are on sale for City's Trophy quarter-final against Stevenage on Tuesday, January 21 in a 7pm kick-off. Click here to buy now!


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Match Reports

📝 City 5 Notts County 1

Grecians put in superb performance at St James Park

8 September 2018

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Exeter City returned to winning ways as they defeated Notts County 5-1 at St James Park.

City were 2-1 up at the break thanks to goals from Pierce Sweeney and Jayden Stockley before Enzio Boldewijn’s strike pulled one back for the away side. But both Sweeney, from the spot, another Stockley tap-in and an Aaron Martin header secured the three points for Matt Taylor’s side.

Match Report sponsored by Speedy Freight

The City boss made two changes to the side that were defeated by Lincoln City at St James Park last Saturday with Craig Woodman and Jordan Tillson coming in for Troy Brown and Tristan Abrahams.

City saw most of the ball in the opening stages, but it was the visitors who came closest to breaking the deadlock on nine minutes as Nathan Thomas picked up the loose ball, raced into the area and fired a shot just wide of the goal. Moments later, Notts striker Kristian Dennis found some space and ambitiously fired a shot straight at Christy Pym.

County winger Thomas was the first player to be shown a yellow card after a rash challenge on Pierce Sweeney. Then Sweeney was in the action soon after as he nodded Exeter into the lead. A Lee Holmes corner found the right back at the back post on 17 minutes, who headed home past Rob Fitzsimons.

It took just two minutes for City to double their lead as Stockley found the net for his fourth goal of the season. A terrific tackle from Jake Taylor retrieved possession for his side before an excellent ball played through Hiram Boateng who raced into the area, supplying a cross to Stockley who easily tapped home to make it 2-0.

Harry Kewell’s side nearly pulled one back on 27 minutes as Kane Hemmings pounced on the loose ball, but his tame shot bounced off the post as the score remained the same. At the other end, Boateng was next to test Fitzsimons as he lined up the shot, but his curled effort was held by the Notts ‘keeper.

City continued to be in control as half-time edged closer and Boateng was inches away from making it 3-0 as his powerfully-struck effort whistled inches over the bar. But out of nothing the away side pulled one back through  Boldewijn. The winger picked up the ball on the left, cut inside and fired an emphatic strike which flew into the top corner to make it 2-1 at the break.

Notts County made a change at the break with experienced forward Jon Stead replacing winger Nathan Thomas as the visitors looked for an equaliser. Then just four minutes later Matt Taylor made a change of his own as Luke Croll replaced the injured Craig Woodman.

Notts made the better start to the second-half with Stead’s aerial presence already posing a challenge for the City defence, with Shaun Brisley heading over the bar from Boldewijn’s corner.

Lee Holmes was unlucky not to extend City’s lead on 57 minutes when he danced into the area and fired a shot at goal, but Fitzsimons impressively palmed it over the goal for a corner. From the resultant corner, a blatant handball from a Notts man saw referee Neil Hair point to the spot. Sweeney coolly stepped up and converted it for his second of the afternoon.

City were on the front foot after the third goal and the lively Holmes was inches away from making it three after another threatening run into the area, but his shot edged just wide of the far post. On 68 minutes Exeter were awarded another penalty when Boldewijn handled the ball in the area, giving Sweeney the chance for a hat-trick. The right-back stepped up to take it but this time dragged it wide as the score remained 3-1.

On 74 minutes Jayden Stockley had his fifth of the season and City’s fourth of the day as an impressive counter-attack led by Boateng played through Law who raced through, before squaring it to Stockley, who tapped home. Frustrations boiled over on the Notts touchline as Harry Kewell was shown a straight red card following the goal.

Lee Holmes for Matt Jay was the final substitution for the home side as City extended their lead when Law’s cross was headed home by Aaron Martin, as the game finished 5-1.

Exeter City: Pym, Sweeney, Woodman (Croll 49), Martin, Tillson, Law, Holmes (Jay 89), Stockley, Moxey, Taylor, Boateng (Martin, 79). Subs not used: Hamon, O’Shea, Abrahams, Ogbene.

Notts County: Fitzsimons, Hewitt, Vaughan, Dennis, Thomas, Boldewijn, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hemmings, Brisley, Ward, Milsom.

Attendance: 3,916 (278, away)


Tickets are on sale for City's Trophy quarter-final against Stevenage on Tuesday, January 21 in a 7pm kick-off. Click here to buy now!


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Ticket News

⚽️ UP NEXT: City take on Notts County on Saturday, September 8

Join us as City look to bounce back at SJP

5 September 2018

City return to action at St James Park on Saturday, September 8 in a 3pm kick-off against Notts County.

The Grecians will be looking to bounce back from consecutive defeats and need your support to make SJP a fortress. By booking tickets in advance you can save money and time queuing on match day.

There are around 40 seats remaining in the IP Office Main Stand for the match as of Monday, September 3.

Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways. 

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.

Ticket prices are as follows, advance tickets are available up to the day before the match.

Thatchers Big Bank    Ticket Prices
 Ticket Type Advance Gate
Adult £16 £17
Senior £13 £14
Student £13 £14
Under-18 £4.50 £5
Wheelchair Area £13 £14
IP Office Main Stand/
   Ticket Prices
 Ticket Type Advance Gate
Adult £22 £23
Senior £19 £20
Student £19 £20
Under-18 £9.50 £10
Wheelchair Area £19 £20

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