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City manager says Grecians have "nothing to lose" in cup tie against QPR

Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale has expressed excitement ahead of tonight's Capital One Cup first round tie against Queens Park Rangers.

The Grecians have arguably been dealt the toughest hand available, as visitors QPR are the only club that were playing Premier League football last season to be in the first round draw. But for Tis, all the pressure lies with the Hoops while his team can try to cause a cup upset – like they almost did against Ipswich and Crystal Palace in recent years.

“It’s a terrific game to play in and we’ve got nothing to lose,” said Paul. “Saturday was...

Places filling up fast for ECFC's summer football roadshows

Places are filling up fast for Exeter City FC’s Football in the Community roadshows, which are running throughout the summer holidays across the region.

Next week sees a full week of Grecian Days, which always prove very popular with those who want a look behind the scenes at the football club. Children get a ground tour - and a chance to sit in the boardroom and in the dugout - Domino's Pizza for lunch and lots of fun and games in the Grecian Centre, including DVDs, kit-design competitions and activities.

Out and about, there are the club's roadshows taking place in...

Exeter City to play a Brazilian side in commemorative match

Authored by The Zak
Posted: Fri, 07/26/2013 - 6:18pm

Exeter City has announced an historic commemorative match against Fluminense for 2014.

"Our club would like to formally pay tribute to the President and his board of Fluminense for the respect and friendship they have shown to our club." says Julian Tagg

The club announced this afternoon, "It is with pleasure and pride that Exeter City Football Club can announce that we will be returning to Brazil in 2014 to play a commemorative fixture against Fluminense FC at the historic Estádio das Laranjeiras."

The trip to Rio de Janeiro will mark the centenary of the club’s...

Swansea allow Exeter to keep all gate receipts at upcoming friendly

Exeter City Chief Executive Julian Tagg has given his thanks to Swansea City for allowing the Grecians to keep all the gate receipts from the upcoming friendly fixture at the Park on Sunday – and is urging fans to come along to enjoy the match and help the club financially. In normal circumstances, it is commonplace for teams to share the proceeds of the gate in cup and friendly fixtures. However in this instance, Swansea have magnanimously allowed Exeter City to keep the gate takings – therefore meaning that every pound that is paid on the day will be of benefit to the club. The Swans...

Exeter City’s League 2 fixtures against Chesterfield rearranged

Exeter City’s home and away League 2 fixtures against Chesterfield in 2013/14 have both been rescheduled and brought forward to the respective previous days. The Grecians were initially due to host the Spireites on Saturday 21 December 2013 at 3pm, but the St James Park fixture has now been rearranged for Friday 20 December (7.45pm kick-off). Later in the season, City will travel to the Proact Stadium on Good Friday (18 April 2014) for another 7.45pm kick-off, which replaces the original fixture which was pencilled in for Saturday 19 April. St James Park hosted Friday night football last...

Third Shirt Launch at Exeter City Fun Day

The long-awaited Exeter City FC’s third shirt will be unveiled at the St James’ Park Fun Day on Sunday 14 July. This will be the first chance to see and purchase this shirt commemorating part of the Club's great history.

At the same time there will be a range of activities to interest all ages including competitions, stalls, bouncy castle and BBQ, and a players' training session taken by manager Paul Tisdale, after which the squad will have their team photos taken and then assemble with supporters for the ever popular 'Big Bank Photo'. Afterwards there will be the chance to meet...

Summer fun in Exeter with Exeter City's football roadshows

Bookings are now being taken for Exeter City FC’s Football in the Community roadshows, which are again running throughout the summer holidays across the region.

The events kick off with Match Mania on Friday 26 July, a full day’s festival of fun and games for children aged 5-14, and the programme then continues for the whole of August finishing with a two-day roadshow at St Luke’s Science and Sports College on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 September.

There will be three roadshow dates in Exeter, plus events in Dawlish, Exmouth, Cullompton, Honiton, Sidmouth, Crediton, Tiverton...

Exeter City celebrate diversity with international football tournament

Following the huge success of last weekend’s Respect Festival in Exeter, which was attended by 22,500 people, Exeter City is backing the annual One Game One Community tournament, which celebrates diversity in the local community, on Sunday 9 June 2013.

The competition, now in its ninth year, encourages participation from local black and minority ethnic teams and attracts players from many different parts of the world. Past winners include sides representing Poland, Slovakia, Afghanistan and Lithuania.

The tournament has been organised by Exeter City’s One Game One Community...

Four Grecian greats to attend Davie Gibson’s book launch at St James Park

Several of Davie Gibson’s former teammates will be at St James Park between 5pm-6pm on Wednesday 5 June, to welcome Gibbo back to the Park and to attend their former colleague’s book launch. The four guests that are booked in to be there racked up over an astonishing 1,000 appearances in City colours during their playing careers. So City fans are being urged to come and meet some of Davie’s former teammates and true greats of their club, who will also be in attendance. Among the guests joining Gibbo will be Keith Bowker and Jimmy Blain. Bowker, originally from the Midlands, moved to St...

Exeter and Yeovil fans to do battle for Adam Stansfield Memorial Trophy

On Saturday 18 May, Exeter City fans will be taking on Yeovil Town fans at Elmore FC for the Adam Stansfield Memorial Trophy. The game kicks off at 11.30am, in order to allow players and fans to watch the League 2 play-off final between Bradford and Northampton at the clubhouse at Elmore, which kicks off at 1.30pm. Since the passing of Adam Stansfield in 2010, Grecians and Glovers have been getting together to play football in memory of a hero of both clubs in order to raise money for the Adam Stansfield Foundation. Exeter are current holders of the trophy, having triumphed for the first...

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