The recently established ECFC Museum Trust are welcoming all to attend to the official launch of the Museum on Tuesday, March 19, at 6pm.
The evening, which marks the completion of the Heritage Lottery funded ECFC Museum Project will include the official opening of the Museum and the premiere of the latest film from the history team - ‘Home’ - a new look at match day at St James Park.
The event will also incorporate the annual forum of the Exeter City History Group giving you the chance to raise any issues about our heritage work.
The ECFC Museum Trust and ECFCST History Group continue to be busy delivering heritage work at the club.
Recent news includes:
When the they completed their pledge to remember all 13 City players known to have died in WW1. On the centenary of the death of each one they produced articles for the match programme and websites and social media. The final player to be remembered was Billy Stoneman. Club historian Aidan Hamilton laid flowers on Stoneman’s grave near Lyon on the actual centenary of his death. For more information please click here.
ECFC Museum Trust have been very busy since Christmas including hosting a meeting of the Devon Museums Group, organising another successful former players’ day and welcoming heritage representatives from other clubs. For more information please click here.
The group had some fabulous feedback from the other clubs who visited the new museum. For more information please click here.
The Heritage Lottery Funded ECFC Museum project is a collaboration between Exeter City Football Club, the ECFC Supporters Trust, and the University of Exeter.