After an eventful 2018/19, everyone is enjoying a rest and looking forward to getting started again. Pre-season training starts Weds 10th July 8pm at Exwick Sport Hub. New players welcome, get in touch if you would like to come along.
Despite finishing 8th this season, we have been promoted for the second time in two seasons and we will be starting in Division 5 this year
After a 2-1 defeat at Colyton on Saturday we are heading into the final week of the season. Three games in 5 days coming up finishing with a trip to top of the league Kentisbeare. It looks like we will end up in mid-table, despite a good run of results lately. Looking forward to some good football this week, and then a much-needed rest!
On behalf of Exeter United, we think that is good to see national recognition about the levels of racism in grassroots football. Our players have been saying this for years. The extent and nature of the discrimination can be shocking and difficult to understand until you witness it regularly. However this is not about scapegoating individuals. We need education and awareness for everyone to slowly change the culture.
The case in the media is finished as far as we are concerned. It has been dealt with well by the FA and D&E League and hopefully everyone involved can learn and move on.
The bigger picture is that clubs, officials, leagues and FA's need to work closely with grassroots to listen, to understand the problems and find constructive solutions.
We are looking forward to next season and taking part in the sport we all love
Dr Suaad George
Chair, Exeter United FC
Recent news items - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47968008
Many thanks to Exeter University for sponsoring our new home kit. Here are some photos from a recent home game and our 3-1 win at Bradninch Town last Saturday. In other news. Joaquin Faneca has taken over as manager. We would like to wish him the best of luck taking the club forwards
Pre-season training starts this Sunday July 22nd at Exeter University. We want to build on our first season and make 2018/19 even better. New players welcome, we look forward to seeing everyone there.
We entered two teams in the annual Exeter City football tournament last weekend. One of the teams got through to the final where they lost on penalties
No league football at the moment but we are still training and playing in 5-a-side tournaments. 8 of our players travelled to London this weekend for a tournament and came home with the trophy
We played the last game of the season last Weds May 19th, ending in a 6-1 win at Newton Poppleford.
Congratulations to everyone involved, we've started something special this year and after a couple of months rest we'll be back better than ever
Not much football has been played over the winter, but here are a few pictures from our recent game against Kentisbeare courtesy of bridgetbatchelor.com
We went 1-0 down in the first half today from the 4th penalty given against us in the last two games. Joaquin equalised before half-time and we put in a great second half performance to win 6-1. 6 wins in a row and we're starting to climb the league