All you need to know ahead of Saturday's game.
Capacity: 8,830 (3,800 Seated)
Address: Stadium Way, Exeter, Devon, EX4 6PX
Telephone: 01392 411 243
Pitch Size: 114 x 73 yards
Club Nickname: The Grecians
Year Ground Opened: 1904
St James Park has undergone a large redevelopment which has seen a new covered away standing terrace which holds a little over 1,000 away fans.
Tickets - the important bit.
Adults - £23
Senior (65+) - £20
Student - £20
Under 18 - £11
Where to eat and drink.
Town fans are welcome in the bars and Red Square area. The local Kenniford Farms outlet has hot food (hog roasts, sausage etc) and will be in Red Square. There's a bar outside and one inside.
Supporters can use either based on the weather!
Where is the nearest cash machine?
The nearest cash machine is at Tesco’s in Sidwell Street, just beyond the Odeon cinema when walking from the club and about a 3-minute walk
Are flags allowed into the stadium?
Larger flags and banners must be inoffensive, non-political and be supported by a valid fire certificate and anyone with one should contact email@example.com so we can advise the Safety Officer and stewards.
Uri Geller was once a Director of City. Noel Edmonds holds regular parties at his house which is just a corner kick from the ground. Dame Agatha Christie was born in 1890 in Torquay but lived in Exeter.
Isaac Singer the inventor of the sewing machine comes from these parts.
Comedian Tommy Cooper (spoon jar, jar spoon) was born in Wales but apparently spent his childhood in Exeter. Queen Elizabeth 1st privateer Sir Walter Raleigh was born in the local village of East Budleigh.
How to get there.
From the M5: Exit westbound at Junction 29 onto the A3015 (Honiton Road). Follow the road onto the B3183 (Heavitree Road) for two miles, going past Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital. Take the fourth exit at the roundabout into Western Way, and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road. St James Park and Stadium Way are located on the left.
From the East: Follow the A303/A30 towards Exeter, passing under the M5 Bridge (at Junction 29). Then follow the above instructions ‘From the M5’.
From the West: Follow signposts towards Exeter centre. After crossing the River Exe near Exeter St Thomas rail station, join the A3015 (Frog Street). Follow the one-way system and then exit onto the B3212 (Magdalen Street) and follow the road as it veers left towards the roundabout. Take the third exit at the roundabout into Western Way, and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road. St James’ Park and Stadium Way are located on your left.
Please note that owing to very limited parking at St James Park, there is no on-site parking for supporters at St James Park on matchdays. There may be very limited residential parking available locally. Please click here to view a map of car parks local to St James’ Park (please note that only red numbers are car parks on this external link).
The stadium is served by St James Park rail station, a few minutes’ walk from the ground. The station lies on the Avocet Line (First Great Western trains), which runs from Exeter St David’s to Exmouth, also calling at Exeter Central. The Exeter St David’s and Exeter Central stations connect the city to the other major cities across the UK.
Exeter International Airport is situated in Clyst Honiton, four miles from the city centre.
Domestic iFollow subscribers can listen to live commentary of Saturday's game by purchasing a Match Pass here
Overseas subscribers can watch the match live by following the same instructions. We will also have updates over on our Twitter account: @offiicialgtfc. There will be post-match reaction on the website, iFollow and our official YouTube channel, with highlights to follow.