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Exeter City Community Trust - Formerly Football In The Community

While football is our beating heart, our work in the community has grown with health, education, wellbeing and physical activity programmes reaching over 45,000 members of our community each year. Delivering sports participation initiatives, education programmes, social inclusion projects & health and wellbeing opportunities.

You don’t have to play football, support football or even like football to benefit or participate. We are open and accessible to all, young and old, whoever you are, whatever your ability or background. 

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Blog

  • Santa Run 2018, 3rd December 2018

    From tots to grandparents – a total of 650 people pulled on their Santa suits and took to the streets of Exeter for the annual... Read more

  • CITY COMMUNITY TRUST MAKE NATIONAL HEADLINES FOLLOWING NCS SUCCESS, 26th November 2018

    It started here! A group of Exeter teenagers have hit the headlines today thanks to an innovative scheme to drive foodbank donations. And they came up... Read more

  • Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw visits CCT's Opportunity Club, 16th November 2018

    Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw visited a unique project which uses football and activity to engage homeless and vulnerable people. Run by CITY Community Trust, the... Read more