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24 February 2024 Venue St James Park Attendance

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Match Previews

📝 Match Preview: Fleetwood Town (H)

All you need to know ahead of Saturday's match

23 February 2024

Exeter City are back in action at the Park this Saturday to take on Fleetwood Town in a 3pm kick-off.

The Grecians will be looking to bounce back from back-to-back defeats last week and pick up three points against a Fleetwood side that sit in the bottom three in the League. Fleetwood come to SJP on defeat to Barnsley last time out.

Your support is crucial as we enter the final twelve matches of the season and there isn't anything like a full SJP that is full of noise! So grab your tickets early and join us at the Park! 

Gary Caldwell's thoughts

The Cod Army visit Devon with renewed confidence having picked up form under new manager Charlie Adam, while the Grecians will hope to bounceback from consecutive defeats and pull themselves further away from the bottom four. 

"Performance wise, Fleetwood have been a lot better and tactcially they have changed," Gary said.

"They have changed in and out of possession and how they go about winning games. I have seen a big difference in them so we have to be ready for a difficult game. We lost up there and that was probably one of the low moments of the season, where we were really poor. We have to put that but also be prepared, tactically, for facing a different team.

"Charlie Adam is someone I played with for the national team, but also against many times in the Old Firm. We have had some big moments together - it will be good to see him."

Hear from Gary ⬇️

Match Tickets


There are around 100 seats left in the ground, mostly in Optimising IT Adam Stansfield Stand Block A and Block L of the Nevada Construction Main Stand. With plenty of availability in the Big Bank.

As always if you book early you get advance ticket prices and save time on matchdays!


Admission prices 

Big Bank     Nevada Construction/Optimising IT    
Ticket Type Advance Gate Ticket Type Advance Gate
Adult £20 £22 Adult £27 £28
Senior £17 £19 Senior £24 £25
Young Adult 18-23 £17 £19 Young Adult 18-23 £24 £25
Under-18 £8 £10 Under-18 £13 £14
Wheelchair Area £17 £19 Wheelchair Area £24 £25
Junior Grecians   --- Junior Grecians   ---

Level Playing Field Matchday 

Saturday’s home match with Fleetwood Town, which is the club’s designated Level Playing Field fixture to celebrate and inspire good access and inclusion at sports venues, will be dedicated to Alzheimer’s Society.

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This year the club’s Disabled Supporters’ Association have opted to focus on ‘hidden’ illnesses and disabilities, with support given to the Alzheimer’s Society mission to research the disease and support those living with the condition. 

The Level Playing Field branding will be a key part of the match, with players donning the campaign t-shirts, while there will be plenty of social media content helping to raise awareness of the campaign messaging.

Click here to find out more.

Celebrating the RNLI's 200th Anniversary 

2024 sees the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) celebrate its 200th Birthday.

The charity saves lives at sea in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Since its set up in 1824, the RNLI have saved over 140,000 lives and now run over 237 lifeboat stations and 220 beach lifeguard units including one at Teignmouth, the home of City's head groundsman Chaz Woolnough.

At this Saturday's match with Fleetwood Town, Exeter City FC will recognise and celebrate the incredible work of the RNLI, with a stall at the ground with important sea safety information and content on the Big Screen at the Park as well as hosting some of the incredible volunteers that give their time to the RNLI locally.

Click here to find out more.

Matchday Family Fun

Going to the football with your family is the perfect way to make memories you treasure, and at St James Park there is plenty on offer pre-match to keep the whole family entertained, and ensure a special day out.

For full details of all the activities happening at SJP on Saturday, click here.

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The Kit

City will be in their traditional home kit for this match.


How to follow

If you can't join us at SJP, you can follow all the action on iFollow. Listen live in the UK for £2.50 or watch LIVE for just £10! Click here to grab a pass.


We will also 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

Key Timings

Check out the key timings for Saturday's match. The players start to arrive from 12:30pm so come along and grab a selfie or autograph!

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Support our local charities

When you buy a drink at the bar at SJP you pay a £1 returnable deposit for your cup. You can either return it for your deposit, keep it as a memento or you can return it to the bar or a collection bin to donate to charity!

Click here to find out more.

Centre Spot Bar

The Centre Spot Bar will be open from 11am and will be showing the early and late kick-offs.

After the match, draft pints of Tribute, Carlsberg and Thatchers are on offer for just £3.75 a pint

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The Centre Spot is also home to The Famous Exeter City Real Ale and Cider Emporium, offering a great selection of real ales and ciders.


Junior Grecians Zone

The Junior Grecians Zone is open from 12:30pm to members and 1:30pm to everyone, with plenty of activities for all our young Grecian supporters. 

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Club Shop

The club shop is open all day on matchdays and is stocked with all three of City's kits for the 23/24 season as well as a range of training gear and pocket money items.

Don't forget, Supporters' Trust members, Junior Grecians and season ticket holders save 10% on full prices purchases!


Jungle Path Kiosk

The kiosk on the Jungle Path will be selling pints of Thatchers Big Apple, cans of Thatchers Gold and bottle of Carlsberg, as well as all the usual half time snacks including pies, pasties and beverages. 

Food and Drink

One of the most important part of any match day! We have a wide range of hot and cold drinks and snacks available at the kiosk for away fans. CONTACTLESS CARD PAYMENT AVAILABLE!

In the Fan Zone, the bar and Kenniford Farm's van will also be open for refreshments and hot food.

Kiosk Menu

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Kenniford Farm will also be in the Fan Zone with their wide range of local produce including hog roast rolls and chips.

Match Day Programme

The matchday programme the Grecian has a new look for this season, with designers Curtis Sports giving it a refresh!

Saturday's issue is just £3.50 including a set of eight stickers for the new sticker book!


Previous Encounter

Fleetwood Town 3 Exeter City 0 (January 23, 2024) EFL Sky Bet League One

Exeter City fell to a 3-0 defeat away to Fleetwood Town. All three goals came in the first half, with City, brighter but unable to find a response in the second.

Report an incident 

Football should be a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Please show your support in a positive way so we can all enjoy games over the festive period. 

We pride ourselves on the atmosphere we create on a match day, the passionate support from our fans is appreciated by everyone, particularly the players. We consistently win awards for our family engagement and supporter experience. Help us to keep it that way and please ensure that passion for your club does not develop into unwelcome behaviour.

Thank you for helping us to make sure everyone has an amazing matchday experience.

You can read all of the ground regulations here.

If you want to report and incident:

Please either contact your nearest steward, or text 'help ecfc' to 62277.

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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: City 1 Fleetwood Town 1

City claim a point as Fleetwood come from behind

24 February 2024

Exeter City were left frustrated as a dominant Fleetwood Town performance in the second half almost cost the Grecians a point SJP.

It was a game of two halves as City looked comfortable going into the break 1-0 up, courtesy of Vincent Harper. Fleetwood came out a different side in the second half, having made four changes at the break, and clawed back a leveller through Promise Omochere

City’s competition were deep in the relegation battle, sitting 23rd in the League One table. Although City were nine places above the Cods, they shared a similar form going into this match as both teams had won two in their five prior games. 

Manager Gary Caldwell named five changes as Harper, Ilmari Niskanen, Mo Eisa, Reece Cole, and Ryan Woods entered the starting XI, with the latter making his first start for the Grecians. Notable Fleetwood players include Jayden Stockley, who returns to St James Park for the first time since leaving City in 2019. 

Cole kicked City off, playing towards the St James Road Stand. City quickly formed an attack with intricate passing between Cole and Tom Carroll, sending Niskanen to the by-line to win a corner. The subsequent corner was played short, a one-two between Carroll and Sweeney which eventually found Carroll in an offside position. An unfruitful attack but a strong statement of intent from the Grecians. 

City continued to create some decent chances over the next twenty minutes, dominating possession in the middle third of the pitch, with Eisa getting a couple of shots off from range.  

The Grecians’ efforts were rewarded midway through the first half as Harper scored his first competitive goal for City. Cole delivered the ball towards Eisa from just inside the area. Rather than take it on himself, Eisa let the ball run to Harper who was bounding towards the six-yard box. Harper smashed home from close range and wheeled away in celebration, capitalising on the damp surface to perform an impressive knee slide in front of the Adam Stansfield Stand. 

Fleetwood slowly grew into the game as the first half went on, creating two shooting opportunities, both of which resulted in the ball going off-target. The first was smashed over the bar and the second went notably wayward, courtesy of a miscued shot from Ronan Coughlan, leaving the score at 1-0 as the teams returned to the tunnel for the break. 

Fleetwood came out flying in the second half as their manager, Charlie Adam made four changes. Carl Johnston fired from close range, denied by a diving save from Vil Sinisalo to win a corner. A sloppy pass from the Fleetwood defence found Cole with the ball at his feet and the Fleetwood keeper off his line. Cole tried his luck, shooting from inside the centre circle, although he was unable to beat the keeper. Cole’s shot was on target but never looked like going in as he failed to lift the ball off the ground and over Jay Lynch. 

The Big Bank, who might have been looking forward to seeing some chances at their end in a continuation of the first half, instead had to endure a prolonged period of squinting and wincing as the ball ricocheted around Sinisalo’s box.

City were undoubtedly on the backfoot as Fleetwood peppered their defence from close range. A Fleetwood goal was coming, but thankfully it was ruled out for a foul on Sinisalo. The linesmans flag waved but this did not stop the Cods from creating chance after chance as City’s defenders threw their bodies at the oncoming barrage. 

Despite being under the cosh, Caldwell’s first change of the game was a positive one as Sonny Cox replaced Cole. The substitute almost paid off straight away as Carroll released Eisa on the wing who crossed the ball low, just out of reach of Cox. The ball trickled through to the other side of the box, meaning Niskanen could try his hand at finding Cox in the box, but the Finn’s cross ended up in Lynch’s clutch. 

Fleetwood had another opportunity shortly after as Sinisalo punched the ball, looking for safety, but finding the feet of Boson Lawal who fired the ball well over the bar. Fleetwood’s luck would soon change as Omochere was played through on goal, creating a 2-on-1 as he had Coughlan to his left.

Omochere could not pass to Coughlan as he had strayed into an offside position, leaving Omochere to go for goal himself. Sinisalo got a touch on the ball but not enough to stop it from heading towards the goal mouth. A controversial moment occurred as Coughlan, who was in an offside position, bounded towards the ball to tap it in. The ball must have crossed the line before Coughlan got his touch as the goal was awarded and Fleetwood levelled. Sinisalo received a yellow for dissent as he questioned the referee’s decision. 

City had the ball in the net at the other end shortly after, courtesy of Will Aimson, but somewhere in the 6-yard box skirmish the referee’s assistant flagged for a misdemeanour, signifying the ball had gone out from the cross. The goal was disallowed, and the Grecian celebrations were short-lived. The disallowed goal sparked belief in the City ranks as they started to launch attacks towards a rapturous Big Bank.  

The fourth official indicated five added minutes as suddenly City were pushing for a winner in a game that could have been sealed in the first half. Despite the ball sitting in the six-yard box on a couple of occasions, there were no City men to smash it home. The game ended 1-1 as the teams shared the points. 

City’s next match is at Peterborough away on March 2nd. 

Exeter City: Sinisalo, Sweeney (C), Diabate (Aimson 75’), Jules, Harper, Niskanen, Carroll, Cole (Cox 64’), Woods (Purrington 75’), Harris, Eisa (Wildschut 75’). 

Unused Subs: MacDonald, Watts, Rankine. 

Fleetwood Town: Lynch, Johnston, Boyes, Wiredu, Lawal, Campbell, Kilkenny, Stockley, Heneghan, Graydon, Coughlan. 

Subs: McMullan, Mayor, Broom, Samuels, Omochere, Rooney, Patterson. 

Referee: Sam Purkiss. 

Attendance: 6,547 (99 away)

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Ticket News

🎟️ Tickets and Hospitality: Bolton Wanderers (H)

Join us at the Park!

3 March 2024

The Grecians are next in action at the Park on Saturday, March 9 to take on Bolton Wanderers in a 3pm kick-off.

Don't forget, you save time and money buy purchasing tickets in advance!

With City's home league matches providing popular in the home areas so far this season it's worth booking early to gain admission!

How to Buy



E-tickets are the easiest and quickest way to buy tickets for City matches. On ordering you can select to receive an e-ticket which will be emailed to your phone for you to show on the turnstile - no need to print!


Admission prices 

Big Bank     Nevada Construction/Optimising IT    
Ticket Type Advance Gate Ticket Type Advance Gate
Adult £20 £22 Adult £27 £28
Senior £17 £19 Senior £24 £25
Young Adult 18-23 £17 £19 Young Adult 18-23 £24 £25
Under-18 £8 £10 Under-18 £13 £14
Wheelchair Area £17 £19 Wheelchair Area £24 £25
Junior Grecians   --- Junior Grecians   ---

Junior Grecians Tickets 

Junior Grecians members get access to free match tickets when purchased alongside a paying adult. There are three family friendly areas available at St James Park, section E in the Nevada Construction Main Stand, in Block A of the Optimising IT Adam Stansfield Stand, and a section of the Thatchers Big Bank which is identified by the white barriers).

How to buy

To book Junior Grecians tickets, please make sure you are logged in first. Then select an Adult and either one or two Junior Grecian tickets to the basket. The system will validate you and change the Junior Grecians tickets to free.

Please note that this will not work if under-18 tickets are added, or tickets are selected in non-family areas. If you experience any issues, please email who can help.

Tickets are limited and it is advisable to book early. Click here to find out more about the Junior Grecians. 

Match Hospitality

Why not upgrade your City experience with matchday hospitality! 

The ECFC Supporters Trust Suite

  • Access the lounge up to 3 hours prior to kick-off
  • Reserved seat in the main stand
  • Freshly prepared two course meal
  • Half-time tea and coffee
  • Complimentary matchday programme and teamsheet
  • Dedicated lounge host
  • Pre-match player interview
  • MOTM interview
  • MOTM presentation
  • Large screens showing Sky Sports and BT Sport
  • Premium cash bar with table service

How to Buy

Hospitality is available for just £70 per-person

For further information or to book tickets, please call our commercial team on 01392 411 243 Option 5, email, or online via

Bolton Bolt-On

Supporters who buy a ticket for the men’s match against Bolton Wanderers can purchase a Tracks Suzuki St James Road terrace ticket for City Women vs Maidenhead for just £1, when bought together.

To purchase, just ensure tickets for both matches are in your online ticketing basket and the women’s ticket will automatically reduce to £1.  

The £1 offer is also valid for season ticket holders – as above, simply log in to your account where the price will automatically be set at £1.

Should supporters encounter any issues, please contact the ticket office on 01392 411243 or email

Please note the bolt-on is ONLY available for terrace tickets.

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