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Match Previews

📝 Match Preview: Stevenage (A)

All you need to know ahead of Saturday's match

14 December 2023

Exeter City are back on the road this Saturday, heading to the Lamex Stadium to take on Stevenage in a 3pm kick-off in EFL Sky Bet League One.

City go into the match on the back of a tough 11 game winless spell in Sky Bet League One and come up against a Stevenage side flying high, currently sitting third in the League.

Gary Caldwell's thoughts

Speaking ahead of the match, Gary said: "We have to be ready for a very tough game. We have to be ready to go and produce our best performance.

"It will be a difficult game against a team that started the season very well. They are a really competitive team and we have to be ready for a tough game. I think League One is like that, there are no easy games. "

Match Tickets

Tickets are on sale and priced as following:

  • Adult: £24
  • Concession*: £22
  • Under-18: £16
  • Under-12: £10

*disabled, student, over-60, servicemen and women, NHS, emergency service worker.

How to Buy

Tickets are available via your online ticketing account or in the club shop.


The Kit

We will be wearing our black, Trust sponsored kit for this fixture.


Away Day Guide

Please click here to view our dedicated away day guide and plan your trip to the Lamex Stadium.

The Stadium

  • Name: The Lamex Stadium
  • Opened: 1997
  • Capacity: 7,200
  • Address: Lamex Stadium, Broadway Hall, Stevenage, SG2 8RH

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How to get there

By Car

The postcode for the Lamex Stadium is SG2 8RH and is 216 miles from Exeter, taking roughly 3 hours and 45 minutes by car.

By Train

You can get the train from Exeter St Davids to Stevenage with plenty of time to get to the match. The journey is around 3 and a half hours and requires two changes.

Click here to plan your journey.

By foot:  

The railway station is approximately one mile away from the ground.

Turn left out of the ticket barriers towards the town. Take the stairs on the right before the bridge over the dual carriageway and head along the A602, Lytton Way with the railway on your right. At the roundabout which has the police station on the right, use the underpass to take the second exit into Six Hills Way towards Asda. At the next roundabout take the third exit (South) continuing along the A602 Monkswood Way, passing Asda on your right and North Herts College. After about 3/4 mile you will arrive at a roundabout and the ground will be opposite you on the other side of the A602.

Grecian Travel

Grecian Travel, completely run by the Supporters' Club, and not for profit, will be available for City's trip to Stevenage. 

  • The coach will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 8am for a fare of £40.

Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road park and ride (by Miller and Carter Steakhouse), junction 28 (Cullompton services), junction 27 (Tiverton), junction 25 (Taunton). All other pick-ups by prior arrangement.

Currently Grecian Travel can only be booked directly.

For more information or to book please contact Simon Carnall on email at:


Free matchday parking for 500 cars is available to fans at Fairlands Valley car park to the north of the ground. This is clearly signposted as you enter Stevenage from Junction 7 of the A1(M).

For disabled parking, email

How To Follow

Can't make it to Stevenage on Saturday? We've got you covered.

By purchasing a video match pass at the cost of just £10 overseas or an audio match pass for just £2.50 in the UK you'll get access to the stream which includes BBC Radio Devon commentary.


To purchase a match pass please click here.

  • For further details on iFollow, please click here
  • For a first time guide to iFollow, please click here

We will be proving live coverage on our Twitter and Facebook pages and will have reaction from Gary Caldwell and a player after the match.

Exeter City on social media

Previous Encounter

Exeter City 1 Stevenage 1 (5-3 Pens) 29/8/23) Carabao Cup R2

Pierce Sweeney netted the winning spot kick as Exeter City reached the Third Round of the Carabao Cup for the first time since 1989, seeing off Stevenage in the process.

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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: Stevenage 1 City 1

City with a point on the road

16 December 2023

Exeter City were rewarded with a hard-earned point on the road, coming from behind to play out the second half with ten men thanks to Yanic Wildschut's strike.

Despite a positive start, City were punished late in the first half as Jack Aitchison got himself sent off, Stevenage took advantage through Carl Piergianni’s header. City came out in the second half fired up and City’s Surinamese super sub, Wildschut flicked the equaliser home at the near post. City then played the remainder of the second half in a successful low block, denying each and every Stevenage attack through to the final whistle while even fashioning their own couple of chances.


Exeter City visited The Lamex Stadium, home of high-flying Stevenage, on the back of an extended run of poor form. Newly promoted Stevenage sat in third place as the game kicked-off and promised to be tricky opposition for the travelling Grecians who were in search of their first league win since September. 

Manager Gary Caldwell named four changes from Saturday’s home defeat to Port Vale: In a new-look setup with four at the back, Alex Hartridge and Cheick Diabate came in at centre back, replacing the suspended Will Aimson and shifting Pierce Sweeney to the full back position; Kyle Taylor and Reece Cole in central midfield completed the changes. Striker Sonny Cox found his way onto the bench, having been recalled from his loan at Yeovil. 

City started positively with Dion Rankine dancing in the Stevenage area, stringing together a chain of delightful stepovers and on the other wing, Ilmari Niskanen winning City the first corner of the game. The corner didn’t lead to a shot on target, but nonetheless the wind remained in City’s sails who continued to begin the game positively. Stevenage’s first chance of the game came in the tenth minute in which a dangerous ball floated into the box and was left for Niskanen to shield and kick over his shoulder out of play.  

Down at the other end, City won their second corner of the game as Rankine’s burst of pace left the Boro’s fullback in the dust. Rankine delivered a low cross into the box that had to be put behind the goal by the Stevenage defender with Niskanen threatening to pounce on the end of it. The corner was unfruitful again but was a signal to the supporters that City had escaped the previous Stevenage pressure unscathed.  

Following a period of sustained possession, Hartridge’s pass was intercepted in a dangerous position. Stevenage attackers flipped a switch and forced a foul from Dion Rankine on the corner of the 18-yard box. The free-kick was in a threatening position but Stevenage’s Forster-Caskey slipped as he struck the dead ball, leaving Vil Sinisalo to collect the cross and ignite a City counter, quickly ended by a pass just out of Taylor’s reach. 

In the closing ten minutes of the first half, Stevenage’s corner was dealt with by a towering header from Hartridge, setting off another City unfruitful counterattack. The first half had begun to descend into a game of header tennis before a scary moment for City supporters, saved by heroics from “Super Sinisalo in goal”. A sloppy back pass left Sinisalo in a foot race with a Stevenage attacker for the ball, outside of his box, Vil was forced to put in a crunching sliding challenge to get to the ball before the attacker. Then, the ball fell kindly for a second Stevenage attacker who would look up to see an empty net beyond Vil who was stranded in no man’s land. Vil opted to square up to the attacker and, keeping his arms behind his back, blocked the shot with his chest – keeping the game level. 

Just before the break, City found themselves down to ten men and one goal down. City were flying and the passion was back in the ranks, but the passion quickly came back to bite them as Aitchison, who was already on a yellow, received his second for dissent – questioning the referee’s decision to book Taylor. Stevenage, smelling blood, quickly took advantage of the extra man as Piergianni headed the hosts into the lead. City had a strong first half and would be very disappointed not to come in level at the break. 

The second half began just as Caldwell would have hoped. Having switched Taylor out for Wildschut at half-time, his Surinamese Super Sub scored the equaliser: Rankine dropped his man on the right-wing, leaving him on the floor and shimmied past another defender to deliver a sweet ball into the near post for Wildschut to flick home in front of the travelling Grecians. City were back in it and fighting with underdog spirit, backed by an away end in full voice. 

Having dominated possession in the first half, City’s game plan was now counterattacking football. Stevenage had the lion’s share of chances although nothing looked to threaten Sinisalo’s net. The first time that the Boro got close in this period was through Jordan Roberts who released a venomous strike just over the bar from inside the area. City remained solid at the back, although they did begin to accumulate numerous bookings: Sweeney, Sinisalo and Niskanen all found themselves in the book in the second half for what the referee deemed to be dissent, time-wasting and a foul respectively. 

City’s Finnish internationals then combined to keep City in the game, the first was Sinisalo who pulled off a close-range save that had The Lamex in awe – the second was Niskanen who blocked another shot on the line. Caldwell then made his third change of the evening, bringing on the experienced Tom Carroll for Reece Cole before being forced into making his fourth sub as Wildschut went down injured. Wildschut was replaced by Cox who, fresh from his recall was bursting with energy – he would need to be as the referee’s assistant indicated nine additional minutes. Cox killed a minute of the added nine by dribbling from deep inside his own half, beating two Stevenage men before eventually being dispossessed on the edge of the Stevenage area. 

City endured a relentless Stevenage barrage, with their first break coming in the 94th minute, thanks to a Stevenage free kick on the edge of the box. Harvey White delivered but as he did so, lost his footing and Sinisalo collected the weak effort. With five more minutes to play, The Lamex was on the edge of its seat. Attack after attack was nullified by City’s ten men fortress who were able to hold out and take a very well-earned point home. 

Exeter City: Sinisalo (GK), Jules, Hartridge, Diabate, Sweeney (C), Cole (Carroll 86’), Trevitt, Taylor (Wildschut 46’/ Cox 89’), Niskanen, Rankine (Kite 68’), Aitchison. 

Unused Subs: MacDonald (GK), Scott. 

Stevenage: Ashby-Hammond (GK), James-Wildin, Butler, Thompson, Piergianni, Sweeney, Forster-Caskey, Freeman, Reid, Thompson, Hemmings. 

Subs: Hegyi (GK), Macdonald, List, Roberts, Vancooten, White, Thompson. 

Referee: Ross Joyce. 
Attendance: 4,007 (352 away). 

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Ticket News

🎟️ Tickets and Travel: Blackpool (13/1/24)

Join us on the road!

12 January 2024

Tickets for our trip to Blackpool on Saturday, January 13, 3pm kick-off are on sale online and at SJP until 3pm on Friday, January 12.

We have been allocated 600 tickets in East Stand, with prices as follows:

  • Adult: £25
  • Senior (65+): £21
  • Young Person (18-21): £21
  • Under-18: £11
  • Under-12: £7
  • Disabled: £25 (relevant concession price applies, carer free)

Tickets will also be available on the day, cash or card from the white booth located next to the away turnstiles. Collections can be made from there too.

How to Buy

Tickets are available via your online ticketing account or in the club shop.



On-site parking is extremely limited at Bloomfield Road so visiting supporters are advised to use the council pay and display car parks over the road from the stadium.

The closest council pay and display car parks are located at:

  • Lonsdale Road Car Park
  • Bloomfield Road Car Park

If you are using a satnav to locate these car parks please use the postcode FY1 6HX.

The main method of payment for parking at both sites is by using the PayByPhone App. There are pay and display machines in the car parks but these are coin only, no change will be given. For the latest information about pricing please click here.

Grecian Travel

Grecian Travel, completely run by the Supporters' Club, and not for profit, will be available for City's trip to Blackpool.

  • The coach will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 7am for a fare of £44.

Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road park and ride (by Miller and Carter Steakhouse), junction 28 (Cullompton services), junction 27 (Tiverton), junction 25 (Taunton). All other pick-ups by prior arrangement.

Currently Grecian Travel can only be booked directly.

For more information or to book please contact Simon Carnall on email at:

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