EXETER CITY

A good old trip this of about 190 miles to the St James Park Stadium (EX4 6PX) which can hold 8,696 of which 3,600 can be seated.

With the opening of the Marsh Kia St James’ Park Stand at one end, visiting supporters now have a choice of terrace or seating. The new terrace is covered and although still on the small side, being ten steps high, it is a vast improvement on the open terrace it replaced.

Not only is it covered, but new refreshment and toilet facilities have also been built. The roof should also boost the atmosphere within the ground. The terrace which is split into two blocks and has a total, capacity of 950, with 200 being housed in the smaller block (located towards the Main Stand). 

There is a Social Club at the ground itself, which allows in away supporters. Outside the Ivor Doble Stand the club have set up a small Fan Zone which away fans can use. It has a mixture of eating and drinking outlets, plus alcohol can be purchased, otherwise, the ground is walkable from the city centre where there are plenty of pubs.

There is no parking at the ground and limited street parking with resident parking schemes in operation.

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.