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League 2 Guide: Exeter City

13 November 2013

Exeter City - St James' Park

Ground Name: St James’ Park
Capacity: 8,830 (3,800 seated)
Address: Stadium Way, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6PX
Tel Number: 01392 411243
Nickname: The Grecians
Home Kit Colour: Red & White
Website: www.exetercityfc.co.uk 

AWAY FANS:

Away fans are mostly housed in the St James’ Road terrace at one end of the ground, where just over 1,000 fans can be accommodated. In addition the Club make 150 seats available to visiting supporters in the Grandstand.

HOW TO GET THERE:

By car: Leave the M5 at Junction 30 and follow signs for Exeter city centre along Sidmouth Road (A379) and then onto Rydon Lane (A3015). Take the Sidmouth Road turn off (B3183) towards the city centre. Keep going towards the town centre as the road becomes Heavitree Road. On nearing the city centre take the fourth exit at the large roundabout onto Western Way. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road, then turn left into St James Road for the ground. There is street parking, but quite a way from the ground as there is a local residents scheme in operation.  

By train: The nearest railway station is St James Park, which is adjacent to the ground and only a short walk away, However this station is on a local line and most fans will arrive first into the mainline stations of Exeter St Davids or Exeter Central, from which you can then get a local train to St James Park. 

Exeter Central is the closer of the two mainline stations is just under a mile away from the ground and should take around 20 minutes to walk. As you come out of the main station entrance, turn left and proceed along Queen Street. As the road bends around to the right, continue straight on along the pedestrianised area. At the end of this area (where it meets the High Street) turn left and then continue along Sidwell Street. After the roundabout turn left into St James’ Road for the ground.

CAR PARKING:

There is street parking, but quite a way from the ground as there is a local residents scheme in operation. 

Thanks to www.footballgroundguide.com for the details.

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