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📨 Nominate your City supporter of the year for 2021/22

Nominate someone who goes the extra-mile to support the Grecians

17 March 2022

The Supporters' Club are once more on the lookout for the Exeter City supporter of the year for the 21/22 season.

This award is open to all supporters of Exeter City FC; they do not need to be members of the Supporters Club or any other groups, and it recognises the passion and unique ways in which our brilliant fan base support the club we all love.

The winner of Supporter of the Year and their plus-one will be invited to attend the End of Season Awards Night as guests on the Supporters Club table.

All through this and every season, hundreds and hundreds of Grecians dedicate their time and make huge sacrifices to support their team.

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The outstanding support for the club is recognised home and away, but behind this are many unique stories and displays of kindness that underpin what this football club is all about, so please contact us, and nominate those City supporters who make a difference.

Perhaps one supporter makes it possible for others to get to the game? Or maybe there’s someone whose passion for Exeter City has helped them to overcome difficult times? They could be our next Supporter of the Year.

It can be a friend, family member or someone who sits next to you at the stadium; from someone who has made a massive sacrifice to take up their seat at St James Park, to someone who hasn't missed a home game for years or maybe even decades.

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So, at the end of each campaign, the club hands the baton over to supporters to nominate a member of the St James Park faithful to be recognised as the number one City fan.

Closing date: Wednesday 13th April 2022

Nominate: Email: rhk@blueyonder.co.uk or in writing to Michelle Hamilton-Kendall, 40 Woodville Road, Exeter, EX2 8JW.

Please state why you think this person deserves the accolade of Supporter of the Year for the 2021/22 season.


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