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Late drama sets up FA Cup replay

Exeter City set up an FA Cup replay with Forest Green Rovers after a pulsating 3-3 draw at the New Lawn.

After Christian Doidge had given the home side the lead, City fought back with goals from Jordan Moore-Taylor and Jayden Stockley, before Rovers rallied to lead 3-2 but for a late Stockley header in a match which saw three very late goals.

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The Grecians made one change to the side that started the 2-0 win against Accrington Stanley last week with Troy Brown, who went off injured in that match, replaced by Troy Archibald-...

Exeter City warm up in support of Sugar Smart

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Fri, 11/24/2017 - 10:18am

Players from Exeter City Football Club will be donning their Sugar Smart Exeter t-shirts this Saturday (November 25), for their warm up before their league match against Accrington Stanley.

Sugar Smart Exeter is an ambitious campaign to encourage the community to come together in tackling the amount of sugar people in Exeter consume. Exeter City Football Club led the way in this initiative and were the first organisation to make Sugar Smart pledges in Exeter. Some of their pledges include stocking healthier food and drink in their outlets, reducing sugary food and drinks,...

City through to second round of the FA Cup with win at St James Park

A Jayden Stockley brace and a goal from Liam McAlinden meant Exeter City got their Emirates FA Cup campaign off to a winning start with a 3-1 victory against Heybridge Swifts.

Stockley bagged two quick-fire goals early in the second half to give the Grecians the lead before Samuel Bantick pulled one back for the visitors.

Liam McAlinden’s late strike then restored City’s two goal cushion and saw them progress to the next round. City named a strong side, making just two changes from the side that earned a point at Mansfield Town last weekend with Craig Woodman and Pierce...

Holmes strike earns City a battling point away at Mansfield Town

Mansfield Town 1 Exeter City 1

A strike from Lee Holmes three minutes from time earned Exeter City a battling point away at Mansfield Town.

The Grecians had fallen behind to Kane Hemmings first-half strike and needed a couple of goalline clearances from Dean Moxey to stay in the game before Mansfield-born Holmes struck late.

City were forced into one change from the side that lost to Port Vale last time out as Pierce Sweeney was ruled out through food poisoning.

That saw West Bromwich Albion loanee Kane Wilson given his first league start for the club....

Sports fans invited to share memories at new Exeter City FC group

A special social group designed to encourage men over 50 to come together and talk about sports and memorabilia has been launched in Exeter.

The weekly group, held at the Grecian Centre at Exeter City’s stadium, aims to offer a welcoming and friendly environment for older men to mix and mingle with others who share a common bond of sport.

During the two-hour sessions, held every Wednesday morning, participants can talk about their favourite sporting memories, or bring along their collections of programmes, photos or other memorabilia to share with the group.

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City narrowly beaten in League Two

Exeter City were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Port Vale at St James Park in Sky Bet League Two.

Tom Pope's first-half goal gave Vale all three points, and despite City's best efforts to get back into the match, they were unable to find the net.

The Grecians made three changes to the side that were beaten by Luton Town in midweek, as Jordan-Moore-Taylor and Hiram Boateng returned from injury and Kyle Edwards also came into the team with Craig Woodman, Jordan Tillson and Lee Holmes all replaced.

The away side created the first opportunity of the match on five minutes as Ben...

Sponsorship deal is just the ticket for Exeter letting agents

Authored by Philippa2
Posted: Fri, 10/20/2017 - 10:37am

Exeter City Football Club has begun the season brightly, with success both on and off the pitch.

They’ve achieved some great results in their early matches, and are also benefiting from the new branding and sponsorship of their ticket booth with the Exeter Lettings and Property Management agents Kirkham Gould.

Marketing and football are all about formation and positioning. When Saturday comes, the Grecians’ fans can’t miss the logo and corporate branding of the Exeter Lettings and Property Management agents: it’s placed on the busy ticket office near the main entrance to...

Grecians back on track with win over Morecambe

Exeter City 4 Morecambe 1

Exeter City returned to winning ways after a comfortable 4-1 win over Morecambe at St James Park in Sky Bet League Two.

Two goals from Jayden Stockley, as well as goals from Troy Brown and Dean Moxey sealed an excellent victory for the Grecians as they impressed in front of a home crowd.

The Grecians made two changes from Tuesday’s defeat to Notts County as Lee Holmes and Troy Archibald–Henville were replaced by Moxey, who made his first start of the season, and Luke Croll.

The game was just one minute old when Reuben Reid attempted...

Grecians slip to first league defeat of the season

Coventry City 2 Exeter City 0

Exeter City slipped to their first league defeat of the season as they lost 2-0 away from home against Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena.

An unfortunate Troy Brown own goal and a late finish from Devon Kelly-Evans secured victory for a Coventry side who created a host of chances.

Despite the Grecians’ attempts to rally from behind, they were unable to find their way back into the match despite some late chances. City boss, Paul Tisdale, named the same starting eleven for the sixth consecutive match with the Grecians keen to continue...

City star David Wheeler joins QPR

David joined City on August 2, 2013, having impressed during a pre-season trial at the club, and made his debut in a 2-1 victory over Bristol Rovers on the opening day of that season before scoring his first goal for the club in a 2-2 draw against Bury on November 30, 2013.

David, who has spent four-and-a-bit seasons at Exeter City, quickly became a fans’ favourite at St James Park and had his best season to date last campaign when he netted 21 goals in 46 appearances to help the Grecians reach the League Two play-off final at Wembley – a match in which he scored.

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