🏆 Football for just a fiver on Sunday

Exeter City's final home under-23 Premier League Cup group match is against Sunderland under-23s on Sunday, February 11 in a 2pm kick-off.

The club recognises that the match comes in the middle of two Saturday home matches so admission prices have been reduced meaning that cash only entry on the turnstiles for adults, seniors and students is just £5, and under-18s £2.

A win on Sunday would mean that City would qualify for the last sixteen of the competition, your backing is crucial to helping the team progress. 

The young Grecians currently sit top of Group H, having played four out of six matches, winning two, and drawing and losing one. 

City have blended their team with youth and experience so far, with promising youngsters Jordan Storey, Alex Byrne and Alex Hartridge joined by a selection of first team players in need of minutes. 

The young Grecians opened their campaign brightly with a 2-0 victory away at Hull City, thanks to goals from Liam McAlinden and Matt Jay.

This was followed by a narrow 2-1 loss away to Sunderland, with Liam McAlinden again scoring. Match three saw City put in a great performance in beating Brighton 4-1 at St James Park, with goals from Matt Jay (2), Kyle Egan and an own goal earning the Grecians the three points. 

Watch City under-23s in action against Brighton

City's last match saw them play out a 1-1 draw against Hull City, with Kyle Edwards opening the scoring.

Watch City under-23s in action against Hull City

Only the IP Office Main Stand will be in use for the visit of Sunderland, with general admission (supporters can sit where they like in the City section).

Admission prices on the gate are as follows:

  • Adults/Seniors/Students: £5
  • Under-18s: £2

The Centre Spot bar will be open from 1pm and the IP Office Main Stand turnstiles open at 1:30pm. The club shop will be closed.

The admission prices are set to go towards covering the cost of taking part in the competition, which includes long trips to Sunderland, and Brighton, and overnight stays, for which City are unable to claim for, under competition rules.

The future of City need your support to progress as far as they can in the competition.