To be held at St James’ Park on Tuesday 24TH July @ 7.00pm in the Hospitality Suite upstairs in ‘The Park’.
This is your opportunity to find out what we’ve done over the past 12 months and meet your new committee for 2018/19. We’ll also be showing the Football Club’s ‘Disability & Football’ video made by the ECFC History Group.
It’s also your chance to raise any questions you may have concerning the Accessible Facilities at Exeter City Football Club.
Tea & Coffee will be available
We are looking for like-minded supporters to join the committee for the coming season. We hold meetings every other month on a Tuesday at 2pm. Anyone can join the committee as we welcome all.
Please send your interest via email to: ECDSA Secretary – Email (please send your interest no later than 14 days before the above AGM date)
We look forward to seeing and meeting you at the AGM.
Exeter City Football Club have officially announced the online launch of a new short film, produced as part of the ECFC Museum project.
The film, Disability and Football, uses interviews and archival material to take a closer look at how the Club works with people of all abilities, both on and off the pitch.
We at the Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association fully supports the video as do the Exeter City Community Trust, and features many of those people who work with Exeter City to make a difference, including Will Allan (ECFC community Trust DIO), Nick Saunders (ECDSA/ECFC DLO), Jeanne Jones (ECDSA committee member), Greg Hill (ECDSA member/ECFC programme seller) and Paul Farley (ECFC Director and Senior safeguarding manager & equality and inclusion lead).
Will Barrett, who coordinates the museum project, and was part of the film production team said: “It’s always great to see how much goes on at City behind the scenes and in the community.
“This film was a chance for us to get to know some of the wonderful people involved in making a difference at the club, and to explore something that is really positive about the club’s culture and heritage that people may not know much about.”
The ECFC Museum is the latest initiative led by the ECFC History Group and Grecian Archive team, and is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the University of Exeter.
To learn more about the project, or discover how you might be able to get involved, please click here.
'Most Improved Player of the Year' award winner 2017/18
** Pierce Sweeney **
Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association ‘Most Improved Player of the Year’ award 2017/18 was presented to this years winner by ECDSA committee members Trevor and Sue Harwood and award sponsor & former committee member Steve Gazzard at the clubs end of season ball.
(From left/right – Steve Gazzard; Pierce Sweeney; Sue & Trevor Harwood)
The Association’s ‘Most Improved Player of the Year’ award was first awarded at the end of the 2007/08 season and past winners have included:
George Friend; Dean Moxey; Liam Sercombe; James Dunne; Scot Bennet; Artur Krysiak; Tom Nichols; Jordan Moore-Taylor; Ollie Watkins and last year’s winner was Christy Pym.
Note: Photo taken from & by ECFC
Giving disabled supporters of Exeter City Football Club 'a voice to be heard'