Exeter City's programme has been voted as the best match-day magazine in Sky Bet League Two.
The Grecian pick up the best in its division accolade at the Programme Monthly and Football Collectable awards, scoring 17 out of a possible 20 on their points scheme.
It is the third year running that The Grecian has picked up an accolade from the Programme Monthly and Football Collectable magazine and the second season running that it has been voted as the best match-day magazine in League Two.
Writing about the programme, which is designed by Seen In Design in Newton Abbot, Programme Monthly and Football Collectable picked out pages such as the Bard of ECFC, This Week in Exeter City's History and our season-long feature on the title win of 1989/90, for a notable mention as well as content from local journalists and nostalgia stories on recent managers.
The magazine ended their review by saying: "Seven pages for the visitors makes good reading, as does the academy report. Good quality material and more of it than in most 17/20."
Speaking about the award, programme editor Simon Larkins, said: “We are very pleased to have picked up the award for best programme in Sky Bet League Two. Exeter City has a long tradition of producing high quality programmes and we are proud to have continued that record.
“A lot of hard work goes into making The Grecian the fabulous product that it is, and I must first thank the design team – Seen In Design – for their excellent work in bringing the pages to life.
“We also have a valued team of volunteer contributors who write such engaging and interesting articles and their work is very much appreciated by the club.
“I must also thank the advertisers. Their support for our product has been unwavering and we are glad to produce a match-day magazine that reflects that.
"And finally, to the fans. The readership of our remains strong and we are thrilled that you continue to support the product so well. We want to assure you that we are currently working hard on plans for next season so The Grecian can be battling for these awards again next campaign.”