📝 Match Preview: Exeter City v Port Vale10 Hours ago
Exeter City are quickly back in action as they welcome Port Vale to St James Park on Tuesday evening in a 7.45pm kick-off.
📝 Imperial Cars join as back of shorts sponsors12 Hours ago
Exeter City is delighted to announce that Imperial Cars have signed up as back of shorts sponsors for the next two seasons.
🚙 Travel Guide: Newport County AFC (Saturday, September 21)14 Hours ago
Exeter City make the relatively short trip to south Wales to take on Newport County in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday, September 21 in a 3pm kick-off.
📝 Club statement: Matt Taylor16 Hours ago
Exeter City manager Matt Taylor has reaffirmed his commitment to the club, following an approach from an unnamed club.
🗓 Under-8s festival to take place on October 1316 Hours ago
The Exeter City Academy invites teams to register for their under-8s 6-a-side festival to be held at the Cliff Hill Training Ground on Sunday October 13, 2019.
🎟 AWAY TICKETS: Newport County (September 21)17 Hours ago
Tickets are now on sale for City's trip to Rodney Parade to face Newport County on Saturday, September 21 in a 3pm kick-off.
🔎 The Opposition: Port Vale (H)18 Hours ago
Exeter City will be looking to continue their unbeaten start to the 2019/20 EFL Sky Bet League Two season under the floodlights on Tuesday, September 14 as we take on Port Vale.
🎟 TICKETS: Grab Port Vale tickets at advance prices15 September 2019
Exeter City are quickly back in action at the Park and under the lights against Port Vale on Tuesday, September 17 in a 7:45pm kick-off.
👕 Back in Black. Exeter City's third kit on sale now 🔥15 September 2019
Back in Black. Exeter City's new third kit for the 2019/20 EFL Sky Bet League Two season is now on sale!
💬 Matt Taylor: "I am bitterly disappointed with the goals we conceded."14 September 2019
Manager Matt Taylor praised the impact of the substitutes as Exeter City came from 2-1 down to grab a late point at home to Leyton Orient.
💬 Ben Seymour: "It was an amazing feeling"14 September 2019
Exeter City forward Ben Seymour labelled his league debut as an amazing feeling as he came off the bench to win a penalty and help the Grecians earn a late draw at St James Park.