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Stadium Map

Big Bank Grecians

Big Bank Grecians

Big Bank Grecians
(Grecian 1 of 16)

At this end of St James Park is the Thatchers 'Big Bank' covered terrace, which was opened in February 2000 and replaced a former open terrace. This impressive structure has a capacity of just under 4,000, which means it is currently the largest terrace left in the English Football League. Fans have stood here to watch matches since the 1910/11 season when the local MP, Arthur Duke, persuaded the owner of the land to sell the space to the club, so that the pitch could be extended to meet FA regulations. In its time it has had different names such as the 'Duke Bank' and the 'Cliff Bastin Stand', but for most it is always, the 'Big Bank'.

If you have watched a match from here, and have any memories, stories or photos related to this part of the ground, then you can add to the community history of Exeter City FC by using the comments section below.

Old Grandstand Grecians

Old Grandstand Grecians

Old Grandstand Grecians
(Grecian 2 of 16)

The Old Grandstand has been here ever since it replaced the original grandstand, which burned to the ground in 1926! Since then the stand hasn't had too many changes, the most notable one being the introduction of floodlights, first seen in 1953. Today the stand seats up to 1,401 fans, and houses the changing rooms, 100 club, and the media. It is also the part of the ground where the manager, non-playing staff and substitutes currently sit on match days.

If you have watched a match from here, and have any memories, stories or photos related to this part of the ground, then you can add to the community history of Exeter City FC by using the comments section below.

WTS Stand Grecians

WTS Stand Grecians

WTS Stand Grecians
(Grecian 3 of 16)

This stand is the newest addition to the ground and was opened in 2001. This smart looking all seated construction is home to over 2,000 fans in a single tier, with some executive boxes located in the middle to the rear. It is also home to the Grecian Centre, which does great work off the pitch, and for a time it hosted the dug out, which led to Alex Inglethorpe and Paul Tisdale orchestrating a strong period for the club on the pitch. Before the modern stand was erected at the turn of the millennium, this part of St James Park was known as the 'Cowshed', courtesy of its corrugated iron clad standing terrace. The main feature of this stand was the raised earth bank that it sat upon, which had previously led to it being known as the 'Daisy Bank'. You can hear the audience celebrating in this audio file made on 6 April 2015, when David Wheeler scored right footed from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom right corner against Newport County.

If you have watched a match from here, and have any memories, stories or photos related to this part of the ground, then you can add to the community history of Exeter City FC by using the comments section below.

St James Rd Terrace Grecians

St James Rd Terrace Grecians

St James Rd Terrace Grecians
(Grecian 4 of 16)

Depending on your point of view, the St James Road end is quite possibly the “best” away end in the football league! These days, this end of the ground is given to visiting fans, but back in the day City fans would watch the game from this terrace and then run to the other end at half time to watch City attacking the 'Big Bank'. This section of the ground has only enough room to host just over 1,000 travelling supporters, and small enough that the people living in the houses behind have one of the best seats in the house for matches. In fact, when Best, Charlton, Busby and co came to town with Manchester United in the 1960's, it is rumored that the owners of the houses rented out their rooms for hundreds of pounds!

If you have any memories, stories or photos related to this part of the ground, then you can add to the community history of ECFC by using the comments section below.

Social Grecians

Social Grecians

Social Grecians
(Grecian 5 of 16)

A match is only 90 minutes, once or twice a week, but the time spent celebrating, commiserating and talking about the club with fellow fans goes on much longer after the final whistle. Around St James there has always been space to take part in these activities, such as the old centre spot that used to be behind the 'Big Bank'. These social spaces are also important to teams such as Exeter City FC, as they provide somewhere for fan groups to meet and help out the club behind the scenes... as well as to win the odd prize!

If you have any memories, stories or photos related to the social side of Exeter City FC, then you can add to the community history of City by using the comments section below.

Away Day Grecians

Away Day Grecians

Away Day Grecians
(Grecian 6 of 16)

Give or take the odd cup run, or the few occasions in the early part of the 20th Century when City had to play at the County Ground (across the river in St Thomas), half of Exeter's matches are of course played elsewhere. From Manchester to Maidstone, Wembley to Wattling Street, the Grecians have played in against all levels of opponent, in all kinds of stadiums. In recent years the trips to Wembley, Old Trafford and the Don Valley Stadium are perhaps the ones that stick out to most fans, although sometimes it's that adventure to somewhere like Hereford or Hartlepool that creates the best memories... not forgetting the 2014 trip to Brazil that is!

If you have any memories, stories or photos as an Away Day Grecian, then you can add to the community history of Exeter City FC by using the comments section below.

Grecians who volunteer for the Club

Grecians who volunteer for the Club

Grecians who volunteer for the Club
(Grecian 7 of 16)

Exeter City FC prides itself on being a close knit community football club. Volunteers are hugely valued at ECFC, and in 2014 they contributed in the region of 200,000 pounds worth of work to the club. These efforts include, clearing up SJP after the match and organising away travel, as well as behind the scenes work in the club offices, and the running of the supporters trust. Volunteers also take part in work parties, such as the one shown in this image, where fans grouped together to repaint the stadium.

If you have any memories, stories or photos related to volunteering for the club, then you can add to the community history of ECFC by using the comments section below.

Grecian Goals

Grecian Goals

Grecian Goals
(Grecian 8 of 16)

For most people, the highlight of any match is when their team scores a goal. Whether it be a spectacular long range effort, or a simple tap in, it is these moments contribute to the match day experience, as well as the season as a whole.

Quite simply, what is your all time favourite ECFC Goal? Also if you have any memories, stories or photos related to this topic, then you can add to City's community history here.

Hall of Fame: Alan Banks

Hall of Fame: Alan Banks

Hall of Fame: Alan Banks
(Grecian 9 of 16)

One of the top Exeter City FC goal scorers is Alan Banks or Banksie (born 5 October 1938). He played for Liverpool, Cambridge City, Exeter City, Plymouth Argyle and Poole Town. Exeter City paid out what was then a club record fee to obtain his transfer in November 1963. He ended his first season at St James's Park scoring 18 goals and helping the Grecians to win promotion.

Alan was the leading goalscorer for Exeter on four occasions. He was City's player of the Year in 1968-69 and his 1970-71 season proved to be the best one in terms of goals for City as he scored 21 times in the league. He broke the individual scoring record for City in February 1971 when he scored his 90th Grecians' goal for which he was presented, on behalf of the club, with a silver salver by the Mayor of Exeter.

Alan is still one of Exeter City FC's top scorers, and, with over 100 goals for the club, he joins Tony Kellow and Darran Rowbotham in the Centurions Club. If you have any memories of other Grecian goal-scorers, then you can add them below.

Hall of Fame: Dick Pym

Hall of Fame: Dick Pym

Hall of Fame: Dick Pym
(Grecian 10 of 16)

Richard 'Dick' Pym (born 2 February 1893) played for Exeter City from 1911 until 1920, making 186 consecutive appearances for Exeter in the League. He then joined Bolton Wanderers where he played at the first ever Wembley FA Cup Final, known as White Horse Final because of the presence of police-mounted white horses at the match.

Born in Topsham, Exeter, into a fishing family, and nicknamed Pincher Pym, he earned three England caps (1923, 1926 and 1929). In 1914 he joined the tour to Argentina and Brazil where City played the Brazilian national football team in its first official match. His sale to Bolton for the huge transfer fee enabled the Club to buy the home ground, St James' Park. He died in 1988 at the age of 95.

Dick was known as strong and decisive particularly in the air. Tell us about any other keepers that you have seen at St James Park.

Hall of Fame: Cliff Bastin

Hall of Fame: Cliff Bastin

Hall of Fame: Cliff Bastin
(Grecian 11 of 16)

Cliff Bastin (1912-1991) was an English footballer who started his career at Exeter City, making his debut at the age of 16. His young age earned him the nickname of Boy Bastin. He played the rest of his career at Arsenal, scoring 178 goals in 392 games which currently makes him Arsenal's third top scorer of all times.

Known for his ball skills and shooting ability, Bastin scored the first two of his 271 first class goals in a 5-1 victory over Newport County. Signed by the Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman for a record figure. His career was curtailed at the age of 27 when, excused from military service because of his deafness, he served as an ARP Warden also playing matches to boost the Home Front morale. He retired in 1947 and ran the Horse and Groom Pub in Heavitree, Exeter.

Cliff was a true great of the English game, and a source of huge pride at Exeter City FC. What other City players are you most proud of and why?

Hall of Fame: Reginald Clarke

Hall of Fame: Reginald Clarke

Hall of Fame: Reginald Clarke
(Grecian 12 of 16)

Reginald 'Reg' Clarke - shown left - was born in 1908. Known as 'Iron Man', or 'Nobby', he made 315 appearances and scored 18 goals, playing a major role in the run to the FA Cup quarter-finals in 1931.

He joined Exeter City in 1927 and was one of the few Grecians to have played over 300 league table games for the club. During the 1936-7 season, following a dispute with the management, he signed for Aldershot. He later became the landlord of the Kings Arms in Seaton and was there till 1957.

Reg was a trophy-winning captain. What memories of other Exeter City FC trophy winners do you have?

Hall of Fame: Dermot Curtis

Hall of Fame: Dermot Curtis

Hall of Fame: Dermot Curtis
(Grecian 13 of 16)

Born in the Drimnagh area of Dublin in 1932 as one of eight children, Dermot Patrick Curtis began his career with Shelbourne Football Club in 1952. He then played for Bristol City, Ipswich Town, and, after 1963, Exeter City. He made 155 appearances and scored 33 goals.

He was a member of the first ever Exeter City FC side to win promotion into the Third Division in 1964. He was also the first Exeter City FC player to win a full cap for his country as he earned his 17th and final international cap in a 0-0 draw against Austria in 1963. He died in 2008.

Curtis formed a lethal partnership with Alan Banks, Curtis being the provider and Banks the scorer. Do you have any memories of other formidable Exeter City FC partnerships or do you know of other similar partnerships?

Hall of Fame: Arnold Mitchell

Hall of Fame: Arnold Mitchell

Hall of Fame: Arnold Mitchell
(Grecian 14 of 16)

Arnold Mitchell (1929-2014) played in every position, including a stint in goal, but was best known for his defensive roles. He made 495 League appearances and scored 44 goals, making him Exeter City FC's all time record appearance holder.

He first played for Derby Country in 1948, then Nottingham Forest in 1950, Notts Country in 1951 and Exeter City FC in 1952. He was a member of the Exeter team that won promotion for the first time in the club's history in 1964.

Mitchell was noted for his drive and encouragement of his team mates, as well as his skill on the ball, which lead him to become captain. Do you have any memories of other hard working, loyal or skilful Exeter City FC players?

Hall of Fame: Jimmy Giles

Hall of Fame: Jimmy Giles

Hall of Fame: Jimmy Giles
(Grecian 15 of 16)

James 'Jimmy' Giles, 'Farmer' or 'Giler', was born in 1946 and went on to play 500 League games as a centre half. For Exeter City FC he made 313 appearances and scored 13 goals. He played for Aldershot where he was Player of the Year in 1969-70. He then moved to Exeter in 1975. He was the first player to win the Player of the Year Award for two seasons running at Exeter in 1971-2 and 1972-3. He also won it in 1974-5.

After a short spell with Charlton Athletic Jimmy came back to Exeter in 1977, finally leaving in 1982. He then continued to live in Devon, owning his own bricklaying business. He was a commentator for the Grecians' matches with BBC Radio Devon. Together with Alan Banks, he manages the Exeter City Legends team.

Giler is a regular and very popular visitor to St James' Park. Tells us who are your favourite visitors and why?

Hall of Fame: Tony Kellow

Hall of Fame: Tony Kellow

Hall of Fame: Tony Kellow
(Grecian 16 of 16)

Anthony 'Tony' Kellow was born in 1952 in the small Cornish village of Budock Water. He was a true Exeter legend, making 298 appearances and scoring 129 goals. He first signed for the Grecians in 1976 and played in a 'lethal partnership' with Alan Banks (21 goals) which did much for Exeter City FC's promotion to Division Three.

Tony was Exeter's top scorer with 14 league goals in 46 matches in 1977-78 leading him to move to Blackpool in 1978 for a then record-breaking fee. He returned to Exeter in 1980 and was Exeter City Payer of the year in 1989-1. He then left, playing for Plymouth Argyle and Swansea City, returning once again to Exeter in 1985. He finally became the Grecians' Promotion Manager, Commercial Manager and ran the Centre Spot Social Club at St James' Park. When he left, he became the landlord of the Clifton Inn and then the Eagle Tavern (now The Rusty Bike) in Howell Street, Exeter. He died in 2011.

Tony was voted by fans into second place in the all time list of Exeter City FC's favourite players. Some say he could shoot like a cannon. Who is your own favourite City player and why?

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Grecians Remember

Grecians Remember

Help us to record the history of Exeter City Football Club and its fans.

The Grecians Remember project aims to create and share a history of all Grecians, including players, managers, fans and volunteers alike. You too can contribute to the historical record of the club by adding your own memories and stories related to your favourite matches, moments, teams and individuals to any of the locations on the stadium map.

 

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