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.
Exeter City Academy, based at the club’s Cliff Hill training ground, has a growing reputation for not only producing talented footballers but more importantly, well-rounded young men.
At present, there are numerous players that are in the first-team squad that have come through the Youth Academy at Exeter City, including captain Jordan Moore-Taylor, keeper Christy Pym, Jordan Storey, Alex Byrne, Jack Sparkes, Matt Jay, and the returning Dean Moxey and Danny Seaborne.
In the past, we have seen the likes of Dean Moxey, Danny Seaborne, George Friend, Sean Goss, Matt Grimes, Ollie Watkins and Ethan Ampadu all leave the club for pastures new as those former Academy players moved up to a higher level.
We will also be welcoming along their sponsors, who contribute a substantial amount of money to supporting the boys, and by doing so helping the Academy to continue doing all their phenomenal work in giving the youngsters every chance of making their dreams a reality.
So be sure to show your appreciation to the boys at the Yeovil Town match, for all their hard work and commitment, and show how much support they get from the club.