Exeter City Football Club invites ALL supporters to come and tour the brand-new Stagecoach Stand and its facilities straight after the Forest Green Rovers match on Saturday, October 27.
Entrance to the Stagecoach Adam Stansfield stand will be strictly through the Well Street turnstiles only, after the match, meaning supporters will need to leave the ground and re-enter. For those unable to negotiate the steps please head to the club shop and you will be escorted to the new stand. There will be a controlled entrace to the new stand via match day stewards.
Please be aware that there could be a high demand, and we need to be respectful of those supporters that are leaving the stand at the same time.
Please note that extra ground tours are running on Wednesday, October 31 should you want a proper guided look around the ground and new facilities. The club is also able to put on extra tours for groups. Please email: email@example.com for more details.
The £3.5million development has seen the building of both the new Stagecoach Stand and the upgrading of the away end with a new covered stand. The Stand is scheduled to be in use for the first time on October 27.
The post-Forest Green Rovers open event will allow ALL supporters to explore the new Stagecoach Stand, the facilities beneath and to view how the History Group and Grecian Archive in partnership with the University of Exeter as part of of our latest Heritage Lottery Fund project, have embraced the future whilst remembering our past.
The bars will be open so supporters are welcome to stop for a drink and watch the evenings live football on the large screen TVs in the stand.
Thank you to all the supporter groups and individuals that have contributed money, time and their efforts to make this Stand and St James Park a place we can be proud of.
Up next at St James Park:
City take on Oldham Athletic on Saturday, April 27 in a 3pm kick-off. Ticket prices are cheaper in advance. Click here to buy online.