Exeter City Football Club pays tribute to players lost during WW1

Exeter City Football Club has paid tribute to players who lost their lives during the First World War through a memorial project at St James’ Park.

ECFC WWI Memorial

The memorial is part of a new area of the St James’ Park stadium where former players, staff and fans are honoured. The plaque overlooks a garden of remembrance, which includes primroses from the bank below the old Cowshed terrace. The garden and memorial can be seen just inside the Stadium Way entrance to the WTS stand.

Have a look at the link to the Supporters’ Trust website for more information about the memorial project, and creation of the garden of remembrance.

The Club will be honouring the centenary of deaths each of the players as they occur. You can read about the first two, George Thomas White and John Addems Webb by clicking on their names.