📩 Second chance to nominate those unsung heroes
It’s a new year and a new opportunity to nominate your 2019/20 Community Champion!
✈️ Martin Cook nominated for Flybe Community Champion award
The third and final nomination for the Flybe Community Champion award is Martin Cook.
🗓 The big FDA Quiz at SJP on March 25
Exeter College FDA students are hosting 'The Big FDA Quiz' at St James Park on Monday, March 25.
⚽️ Isca Apollo on an inclusive mission
On Saturday at City's dedicated Football v Homophobia match against Bury, members of Isca Apollo, the new Exeter LGBT football team, will take to the pitch at half-time to be officially inducted under...
⚽️ Man v Fat: Will you take on the challenge?
Man v Fat football, endorsed by the FA, is a 14-week football league exclusively for the 56% of UK men who are overweight or obese. Currently, there are over 20 million overweight men in the UK,...
📝 Sam Hughes collects first prize for City v Colchester United match report
Fifteen budding young journalists were given the chance to test their writing skills at Exeter City last season when they attended a course organised by Excellence South West.
🏆 Thrilling finals in Exeter community diversity football tournament
There were thrilling finals in the 14th Exeter City Supporters Trust’s One Game One Community Group male and female five-a-side community diversity football tournament, when eight male and six female...
Exeter City celebrate diversity with football tournament on Sunday
Exeter City is marking the day of the World Cup Final (Sunday, July 15) by holding its own special international tournament for both men and women's teams.
☀️ Family Fun Day raises £2000 for charity
Last Saturday's Family Fun Day at St James Park raised a HUGE £2000 for Charity.
City staff join Exeter team cycling to Amsterdam to raise money for PCUK
A team of cyclists from business across Exeter will be taking part in a charity bike ride from London to Amsterdam this week including three members of staff from Exeter City FC.
Grab your walking boots and take on a March for Men this June, in aid of Prostate Cancer UK
As many of you will know, Prostate Cancer UK is the Official Charity Partner of the EFL. Their “Man of Men” logo sits proudly in the squad numbers of every one of our player’s shirts.