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Whilst Mick Hubbard adds; ' We walked on from the city centre towards the ground and, instead of following Old Tiverton Road which leads to the ground, we forked right, up Blackboy Road and stopped at the Bowling Green pub, which is about a quarter of a mile from the ground. proper ale), comfortable and quite airy, very friendly (locals were hospitable and fans of both clubs mixed amicably) and a separate pool table for those so inclined. If anyone can confirm whether alcohol is made available to away fans sitting in the Main Stand seats, then please email me at: [email protected]
Leave the M5 at Junction 30 and follow signs for Exeter city centre along Sidmouth Road (A379) and then onto Rydon Lane (A3015).
The Club have commenced with the building of a new 1,600 capacity stand, which is replacing the former old Grandstand that had stood since 1926. Although fairly standard looking, it is going to be much larger than the present Grandstand and will afford better spectator facilities and better views of the playing action as it is supporting pillar free.
Like its predecessor though it will not run the full length of the pitch, due to the very close proximity of a railway line, running behind this side of the ground.
The remaining two sides of the ground are the Main Stand and the Cliff Bastin Big Bank Terrace.
At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road, then turn left into St James Road for the ground.
It runs down one side of the pitch and has the team dugouts located out front.
At one end is the Cliff Bastin ' Big Bank' covered terrace, which was opened in February 2000 and replaced a former open terrace.
Capacity: 6,087 (2,400 Seated) Address: Stadium Way, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6PX Telephone: 01392 411 243 Fax: 01392 413 959 Pitch Size: 114 x 73 yards Pitch Type: Grass Club Nickname: The Grecians Year Ground Opened: 1904 Undersoil Heating: No Shirt Sponsors: Flybe Kit Manufacturer: Joma Home Kit: Red and White Away Kit: Fluorescent Yellow & Black The ground is undergoing somewhat of a transformation at the moment, with half the stadium seeing building works taking place.
The old Grandstand originally built in 1926 on one side of the ground has been demolished and in its place, a new stand is being constructed.
Take the Sidmouth Road turn off (B3183) towards the city centre.