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Chance for Exeter City fans to see new exhibition about 1914 Brazil match today

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: December 07, 2013


A new exhibition tells the story of Exeter City's historic match against Brazil in 1914

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With Exeter City not in action this weekend, fans seeking a football fix can learn about the club's unique place in the game's history at a special public viewing of the new exhibition 'Have you ever played Brazil?'.

The Exeter City Supporters Trust have arranged for the exhibition to be open from noon to 2pm on Saturday, December 7, in the Capital Suite in the St James Centre at the football ground.

All are welcome, entrance is free and there will be a Supporters Trust stall with merchandise - ideal for Christmas presents for City fans.

The exhibition, promoted by the Supporters Trust and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, tells the story of Exeter City's 1914 South American tour, where the team made history by becoming the first opponents of the Brazil national team. A wealth of fascinating historic research is captured in the illustrated display alongside memorabilia including items from the tour.

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