[26] King Athelstan again strengthened the walls around 928, and at the same time drove out the remaining Britons from the city. Jordan Roy Tillson is an English professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Ross County.

[64], A survey conducted by Football Fans Census in 2003 revealed that Exeter City supporters consider their main rival to be Plymouth Argyle. They were promoted in 1963–64, only to be relegated after two seasons. [88] At the time of the 2011 UK census, the ethnic composition of Exeter's population was 93.1% White, with the largest minority ethnic group being Chinese at 1.7%. [28]) Other references suggest that the British simply moved to what is now the St David's area, not far outside Exeter's walls. On 1 June 2018, Exeter announced that, after 12 years as manager, Paul Tisdale had decided not to sign a new contract with the club, which announced that Matt Taylor, a former captain and Under 23 team coach, had been appointed manager. Exeter City's third kit revealed", "Jersey celebrate Stuart Andre's contribution as Exeter City win friendly", "Truro City 0-0 Exeter City in pre-season friendly", "Brilliant first half blitz sees Exeter City cruise to friendly win at Bath City", "Late goals seal Exeter City win over Weston", "Exeter City 1-3 Swansea City: Bersant Celina's impressive double leads to comfortable pre-season win", "Taunton Town 2-2 Exeter City: Peacocks share spoils with League Two team", "Torquay United 1 Exeter City 2: Randell Williams nets the winner in Devon Derby friendly", "Exeter 1-0 Macclesfield: Lucky Ryan Bowman goal wins it late for hosts", "Stevenage 0-1 Exeter City: Boro on wrong side of the Law as wait for first win goes on", "Coventry City 4 Exeter City 1: Ben Chrisene makes history as Grecians are hammered by Sky Blues", "Exeter City 1 Swindon Town 1: Late Doyle strike denies Grecians a third straight League Two win", "Oldham Athletic draw against Exeter City", "Morecambe 2-3 Exeter: Win lifts Grecians to League Two summit", "Report from EXETER CITY 1-0 MANSFIELD TOWN as Stags' poor start continues", "Matt Taylor: Exeter City boss wins August's League Two Manager of the Month award", "Matt Taylor on Exeter City's business on transfer deadline day", "Former Notts County favourite Jonathan Forte forced to retire due to 'severe' injury", "Exeter sign South African keeper Visser", "Brennan Dickenson signs for Exeter City", "Hiram Boateng becomes fifth former Exeter City player to join MK Dons", "PLAYER NEWS: Luke Croll Signs For The Daggers", "Truro City sign duo ahead of Southern Premier League return", "Theo Simpson joins Barnstaple Town on loan", "Alex Hartridge joins Bath City on six-month loan deal", "Joel Randall joins Weston-super-Mare on six month loan deal", "Will Dean joins Truro City on six-month loan deal", "Harry Kite extends loan deal with Taunton Town", "Stevenage 0-1 Exeter: Nicky Law scores winner at the Lamex Stadium", "Exeter 1-1 Swindon: Robins frustrated at St James Park", "Oldham 0-0 Exeter: Latics record first points in stalemate", "Exeter 1-0 Mansfield: Ryan Bowman lifts City two points clear at League Two summit", "Carlisle 1-3 Exeter: City win again to stay unbeaten", "Exeter 2-2 Leyton Orient: Nicky Law strikes late pen to rescue Grecian's unbeaten start", "Exeter 2-0 Port Vale: Grecians win to stay top of League Two", "Newport 1-1 Exeter: County hold high-flying Grecians", "Exeter 1-3 Grimsby: League Two leaders suffer first defeat of season", "Crewe 1-1 Exeter: Chuma Anene earns point for Railwaymen", "Exeter 2-0 Cambridge: The Grecians boost automatic promotion hopes", "EFL Regulations Section 3 – The League; subsection 9 – Method of Determining League Positions", "Exeter City 1 Cheltenham 0: Nicky Ajose scores his first goal in Grecians' victory", "Newport County 0 Exeter City 2: Exiles slip to EFL Trophy defeat", "Match report: Exeter City 3 West Ham United under-21", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2019–20_Exeter_City_F.C._season&oldid=986073305, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, N Ajose (11'), P Sweeney (17'), R Bowman (86'), This page was last edited on 29 October 2020, at 16:55.

They survived their first season at this level for 16 years by one point; an 82nd-minute Ryan Harley goal against Huddersfield Town on the final day of the season saw Exeter overcome the promotion chasers 2–1 and relegated Gillingham in the process. Meanwhile, the Chinese and Other Asian had the largest increases (429% and 434% respectively). Daniel Richard Coles is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender. Exeter City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Exeter, Devon, England. [33], Prior to the expulsion of the Jews of England in 1290, Exeter was home to England's most westerly Jewish community.

Source: Updated to match(es) played on 10 November 2020. [55] On 17 March 1917, a tram went out of control going down Fore Street, hit a horse-drawn wagon, then overturned on Exe Bridge; one female passenger was killed. Numerous theatres occupy Exeter.

Ampadu (son of former Arsenal and Exeter City player Kwame Ampadu), has also been capped twice for Wales.

[62] He visited St James Park with celebrity friend Uri Geller, who was also a director. David Pleat scored 14 goals for Exeter whilst playing for them between 1968 and 1970. [80] Regional express services run to Plymouth, Torbay, Bude, Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centre.

From the 2011 Census, the Office for National Statistics published that Exeter's district area population was 117,773;[87] 6,697 more people than that of the last census from 2001, which indicated that Exeter had a population of 111,076. [8]. St Edmund-on-the-Bridge was built on the Exe Bridge ca. On 10 September 1904, Exeter City played its first ever competitive match, a 2–1 victory at St James over 110th Battery of the Royal Artillery, in the East Devon League. 156 people were killed in the attacks,[51]however a lot more people in Exeter would have been killed, and the effect on the city much greater had it not been for the 'Lwów Eagle Owls'. [68] [69] Despite their on-field rivalry, Torquay helped Exeter during their financial difficulties of 2003 by waiving their gate receipts in a pre-season friendly. Its woodland would also have been ideal for natural resources and hunting. [4] In 876, it was attacked and briefly captured by Danish Vikings.

This article or section lacks a former logo at the moment. [5][6] Goalkeeping coach Chris Weale, who had also been named on the subs bench during the previous season, also left the club, as did assistant manager Eric Kinder, strength and conditioning coach Andrew Wiseman, physiotherapist Adey Saunderson and sports rehabilitator Jess Preece. Exeter won 3–0. Ryanair started flights in 2019 to Luqa, Naples and Málaga. [8] In November 1994, the club almost went out of business and sold its stadium to Beazer Homes for a sum of £650,000, but were able to stay there after the local council took it over. Other historic buildings, including 18 Cathedral Yard and The Well House Tavern,[69] were also severely damaged. [8] [9]. Complex legal arguments with both Inland Revenue and football authorities meant that City's first season of non-league football was plagued by off-the-field uncertainty. In the 2014–15 FA Cup in the first round, they were beaten 1–0 away to Warrington Town, a club 100 places lower than them at that current point in the season. On 10 September 1904, Exeter City played its first ever competitive match, a 2–1 victory at St James over 110th Battery of the Royal Artillery, in the East Devon League. One suggestion is that in 1908 the club voted for the name because of its association with St Sidwells parish. City were eliminated in the first round of the EFL Cup by Bristol City.. Mol's Coffee House, a historic building in the Cathedral Close. It has two fire stations located at Danes Castle and Middlemoor. The aforementioned collective of Anglican churches include St David's Church, located near to St David's Station. [28] In the final Exeter met Cambridge United in front of a Conference play-off record crowd of 42,511, winning 1–0 with a goal from Rob Edwards, earning promotion to League Two. In a survey published by the Professional Footballers' Association in December 2007, Alan Banks was listed as the all-time favourite player amongst Exeter City fans. [44], In pre-season, after a 0–1 friendly loss to Reading, the club went on a short tour in Brazil to commemorate 100 years since they played the Brazil National Football Team. October is the wettest month with 88.9 millimetres (3.50 in) of rain.

The quarter vacated by the Britons was apparently adapted as "the earl's burh" and was still named Irlesberi in the 12th century. It lies within the county of Devon, of which it is the county town as well as the home of Devon County Council. The sculpture collection contains works by artists including Barbara Hepworth, Peter Thursby, Geoffrey Clark and Elaine M. Goodwin. The match was in the First Qualifying Round. However, City were relegated just two seasons later. The only other loss was in a match that kicked off 12 hours after the players got off the boat. [11] Earlier Exeter had beaten Newcastle United 4–0 having beaten Leicester City in the previous round.

St Sidwell's church is by W. Burgess, 1812, in the Perpendicular style. The weather station for these reading is at Exeter Airport; adding one degree Celsius to the readings from the maximum daily temperature and deducting a degree from the overnight minima broadly covers the location disparity. But, in the 95th minute, Jack Stacey's long range shot with his weak foot fired Exeter into the final, earning them a spot at Wembley.