Exeter City FC

City players hope beetroot will give them a boost!

Authored by Marc Astley
Posted: Mon, 10/01/2012 - 4:14pm

EXETER City FC are hoping a secret ingredient will boost their season – beetroot!

The club has struck a deal with city-based drinks manufacturer Cobell to supply players with the first 100 per cent natural sports performance drink called PWR+.

And one of the key components of the brand new beverage is beetroot juice.

PWR+ has already been trialled by the Exeter Chiefs rugby team and now the Grecians are the first football club in the UK to take advantage of its unique benefits.

The drink was inspired by research at Exeter University into the natural benefits...

2014 Devon Sports Awards

Event Date: 
16/05/2014 - 7:00pm to 11:30pm
Venue: 
Sandy Park Stadium

DEVON SPORTS AWARDS Friday 16th May - Sandy Park from 7pm

Once again the cream of Devon's Sport will come together for an evening of recognition & enjoyment at the 2014 Exeter Foundation Devon Sports Awards

In what has been another year of sport across the country, host Jenny Walrond of BBC Spotlight will again bring together the many faces that help to bring so much to the area through their efforts in sport

In association with Active Devon, the annual Sports Awards will this year be attended by former Olympic athlete KRISS AKABUSI , whois the guest speaker...

More teams needed for New Futsal League

Exeter’s first ever futsal league has got off to a flying start - so much so that a new league is starting next month after much interest was shown in the short taster league, which finishes soon.

The competition has been set up to raise awareness of the benefits of playing futsal as opposed to traditional five-a-side football, and the Football in the Community Charity is looking for more five-a-side teams to join the men’s league in Exeter.

The new season will be starting on Sunday 10 February at St James High School in Summer Lane...

Training Session for new BTEC Futsal Scholarship Announced

Exeter City’s Football in the Community Charity is inviting potential recruits to the BTEC Futsal and Education programme which starts in September to attend a training day next month.

The first training session will be held during half term, on Tuesday 19 February, at Exeter University, which will provide youngsters with an introduction to the game of futsal. The session will also provide the scholarship coaches with an opportunity to work with potential students for the first time.

This exciting new opportunity enables 16 and 17...

Get Fit In The New Year With Your Local Football Club

If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, what better way to start than by joining the Exeter City FC running club in January?

The club, which is part of the national Run England scheme, is open to runners of all levels of fitness and organisers are particularly keen on encouraging those who are new to the sport to come along. The courses run in blocks of 10 weeks and cost £2 per session - which is far cheaper than a gym membership.

The first meeting will be held at St James Park on Thursday 10 January at 6.30pm and lasts for around an hour, giving members a...

Exeter City FC appeal for Charity Santa Dashers!

Rather than have another waterlogged Saturday with no football, how about entering the Exeter City FC Santa Dash on Saturday at 1.15pm, head to St James Park for a few drinks, then take in the afternoon game between Exeter City and Barnet.

This is a one-off opportunity to see the legendary Edgar Davids the Barnet player manager in action in the Barnet midfield. Davids is famous for wearing goggIes and of course playing for Barcelona, Ajax, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Spurs plus 74 caps for the great Dutch team.

The cost is...

Exeter City FC offers parents a belated Christmas present

Kids bored of their presents already? Moaning there’s nothing to do? Why not get them out of the house and on to the football pitch to kick off 2013 with a football roadshow run by Exeter City’s Football in the Community Trust.

The Trust is running several events before the school holidays end: three two-day courses and five one-day courses all for boys and girls aged from five to 14. The main football focus is fun and participation through team and individual games and all courses are delivered by Exeter City’s FA-qualified coaching staff.

The two-day courses,...

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