Exeter City FC

Tisdale and Cureton shortlisted for npower awards

Authored by Marc Astley
Posted: Wed, 12/12/2012 - 12:16am

Paul Tisdale and Jamie Cureton have both been shortlisted for monthly awards by the Football League.

Jamie Cureton’s fine goalscoring form has put him in the running for the npower League 2 Player of the Month award.

A fine finish against AFC Wimbledon, a looping effort against Fleetwood, a bicycle kick against Bradford and a brace against table-toppers Gillingham have earned Curo a rightful place amongst the nominees.

He has stiff competition however in the shape of Adebayo Akinfenwa, who netted his first career hat-trick in Northampton’s victory over Accrington en...

Exeter City FC and Exeter College launch exciting new diploma

For some youngsters, their experience of school can put them off the idea of further education after GCSEs altogether - even if they have the ability to progress their academic studies.

Now Exeter City FC is offering an exciting new opportunity for 16 and 17 year olds - male and female - to pursue a Futsal and Education scholarship with the club, allowing youngsters to study a Level 3 BTEC diploma as well as playing futsal.

The club is aiming to encourage youngsters to remain engaged with education by running this fully accredited Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma in...

Community Trust keen to build on success of Futsal tournament

There was success for Newtown FC at the inaugural men’s Futsal Masters competition last weekend, run by Exeter City FC’s Community Charitable Trust. Twelve teams entered the competition at St Peter’s C of E School in Quarry Lane, Heavitree, with Newtown FC running out 3-1 winners by beating North Tawton FC in the final.

The competition was set up to raise awareness of the benefits of playing Futsal as opposed to traditional five-a-side football and now the Trust are looking for more five-a-side teams to join the first-even men’s futsal league in Exeter, which will be starting on...

Ashfords gets behind City's Community programme

The next generation of Exeter City footballers and coaches has been given a boost thanks to a three-year sponsorship deal with Ashfords solicitors. The South West-based law firm is sponsoring the Grecians' Football in the Community bus for the next three years. As well as providing much-needed transport help for youngsters, the bus will also be used across the whole range of the FITC’s remit, including the club’s disabled, academy and women's teams. The Football in the Community Trust is a registered charity, established 11 years ago under the stewardship of former Grecians player, Jamie...

Exeter City offers "drop and shop" kids' football events for Christmas Eve

Christmas is coming early for frazzled parents, thanks to Exeter City, with two special “drop and shop” football sessions running for children on Christmas Eve. Exeter City’s Football in the Community Trust is hosting the two events - a football roadshow at Middlemoor Police HQ and a Grecian Day at St James’ Park - both of which will run from 10am until 3pm and are open to boys and girls aged 5-14. The football roadshow at Middlemoor provides an excellent opportunity for children to brush up on their football skills and learn a few new tips and tricks - as well as tiring them out for a...

Local volunteer Martin honoured with Trustee of the Year award

Devon Community Foundation hosted their annual Volunteer of the Year awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) in Exeter, honouring the hard work and achievements of the volunteers from the groups they support. Local volunteer Martin Weiler from Exeter was recognised with the Trustee of the Year award, sponsored by Devon Association of Community Voluntary Servicesfor his work with the Exeter City Supporters Trust and the ‘One Game One Community’ Campaign.

One Game One Community (OGOC)is part of the Exeter City Supporters Trust and is tasked with promoting diversity...

Exeter City FC to Rock for Stanno

Authored by Andy C
Posted: Thu, 11/22/2012 - 7:50am

Local band Stillyano will be playing at the St James Centre starting at 8pm on 24th November with all proceeds going to the Adam Stansfield Foundation. The band made who are Antony Stylianou (Singer/Guitarist), Ian Kendray (Drums) and Seth Dunnett (Bass) have seen their popularity and fan base grow have this year been helping raise funds for charities this way throughout the year. Playing at some of the most popular venues around Devon the band have been wowing audiences with their music. Tickets are £5 and can be purchased from the Club reception or by phone on 01392 411243. Please visit...

Guests stirred but not shaken at Vue Cinema

Authored by Marc Astley
Posted: Tue, 11/20/2012 - 8:57pm

Exeter City Football Club in conjunction with Paramount Personnel entertained key clients with a private showing of the new James Bond film Skyfall at the Vue Cinema Exeter.

Guests enjoyed Bollinger, courtesy of St Austell Brewery, and canapés by Brakes Food Services supplying.

The evening started with a welcome from Senior Commercial Manager Mark Jenkins followed by a presentation from the football in the community team of Richard Pears and Jamie Vittles.

CEO of Exeter City FC, Julian Tagg, also thanked the club's sponsor for their...

Community focus for City's Chesterfield encounter

Authored by Marc Astley
Posted: Thu, 10/18/2012 - 9:33pm

Exeter City will be putting the focus on disability this Saturday (20 October) when they hold their annual One Game One Community designated game versus Chesterfield at St James’ Park. (3pm)

Following the successful Paralympics and with the Club leading the way with initiatives for disabled fans and footballers, it seemed the perfect time to put the spotlight on disability.

Exeter City One Game One Community ambassador and first team player Guillem Bauza has welcomed the focus on disability at the match.

“It is so...

Cheltenham Town v Exeter City is an all-ticket game

Authored by Marc Astley
Posted: Tue, 10/09/2012 - 8:28am

The trip to Cheltenham on October 27 is all ticket for City fans. No tickets will be available on match day.

It’s all seats and prices are: - Adults: £22 - Concessions (65 & Over/Students): £16 - 16 & under: £9 - 4 Wheelchair disabled places: £16 (Includes free assistant) - Ambulant disabled fans pay the age related price and receive a free assistant ticket.

You can get Cheltenham away tickets now from the club's reception.

They'll be available over the counter from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm Mondays to Fridays and also when we play Chesterfield at home on Saturday...