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St James Park development

The demolition of Exeter City Football Club’s historic Old Grandstand, which dates back to 1926, started on Monday, October 30, with the roof panels of the stand being removed.

The £3.5 million project to develop the stadium, which will offer a vastly enhanced fan experience, improvements to the toilets, refreshments and away-end facilities, are currently on target and due to be completed by late summer 2018.

The redevelopment began in May following more than two years of complex negotiations. Preparation work around the Stagecoach-sponsored stand has taken place in recent weeks, with the removal of the buildings adjacent to the stand, the old floodlight poles, and netting to the right of the stand. The internals have also already been stripped to allow for quick progress with the demolition.

As part of the scheme, new changing rooms have been constructed under the IP Office stand. Replacement toilets and refreshment facilities will be provided for the Big Bank, and the away-end improved, including the purchase of a stand from Barnet FC.

Latest development news:

Club News

Redevelopment and maintenance of the stadium

3 November 2017

Work is continuing across the stadium at St James Park, the home of Exeter City Football Club.

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Club News

Redevelopment update from the club board: October 31

31 October 2017

The latest update on the St James Park redevelopment from the club board.

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Club News

Historic milestone in stadium redevelopment

30 October 2017

THE demolition of Exeter City Football Club’s historic Old Grandstand, which dates back to 1926, started today, with the roof panels of the stand being removed.

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Club News

Farewell, old friend

20 October 2017

In the UK, 1926 is often remembered for the general strike, the first public demonstration of a television by John Logie Baird, the inaugural British Grand Prix, and the births of David Attenborough...

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