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Exeter City 2021/22 Kits

Nicknamed the 'Grecians', Exeter City are an English football club who currently play in League Two. The club is owned by the club's supporters through the Exeter City Supporters Trust and their home shirts consist of red and white stripes with black shorts.

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2021/22 Exeter City Away Shirt

The Grecians wear a predominantly black Joma away shirt for 2021/22. The jersey has hot pink as the colour accent for the narrow sleeve cuffs, raised v-neckline side collar, and the dotted warped graphics similar to the heel visuals of the Nike Mercurial Vapor III football boots and decorating the bottom half of the front side of the body and sleeves. Hot pink side trims complete the design of the outfit.

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Exeter plays at St James Park Exeter (not the one in Newcastle) which has a capacity of 9000. City's home kit consists of red and white shirts, black shorts, and black socks.

Exeter City are a professional English football club. It was founded in 1904 as Exeter City but was Exeter United from 1890 to 1904. Exeter currently play in the Conference National or the Blue Square Premier league. Exeter City have never been above Football League 3 but they do have a couple of bits of silverware: 1 Football League 3 South Cup (1934), 1 Football league 4th division(1989).

The club famously reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on two occasions in 1931 and 1981 and their highest league honour was the 1990 Football League Fourth Division.

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