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Hill and Hepburn agree new deals at the Chiefs

Forwards Alec Hepburn, 25, and Jonny Hill, 24, are the latest to put pen to paper, both agreeing terms on two-year contract extensions that will keep them at Sandy Park until at least the summer of 2021.

International Rugby at Sandy Park in 2019

If you're thinking about last minute Christmas presents or things to do in the New Year, look no further than the international fixtures at Sandy Park.

Join us for the return of the Heineken Champions Cup

Exeter Chiefs will continue their campaign in the top level of rugby in Europe, the Heineken Champions Cup, on Saturday 8th December (1.00pm)

Hogg 'excited' about Chiefs move

13 November 2018 09:20

Stuart Hogg says he’s “excited” at the challenge that lies ahead after he today sealed a move to Gallagher Premiership outfit Exeter Chiefs.

Exeter Chiefs confirm signing of Scotland and British Lions star Stuart Hogg

Exeter Chiefs Director of Rugby Rob Baxter has spoken of his delight after confirming Scotland and British Lions full-back Stuart Hogg will be heading to Sandy Park next season.

Chiefs side to face Bath Rugby

02 November 2018 13:18

Ricky Pellow says Exeter Chiefs must make the most of home advantage in this next fortnight, if they are to keep alive their dreams of retaining the Premiership Rugby Cup.

Chiefs agree to release Campagnaro

Exeter Chiefs have agreed to release Michele Campagnaro from his playing contract with the Gallagher Premiership club from October 31.

Chiefs side to face Castres

19 October 2018 13:08

Rob Baxter insists the way his side finished last week’s Heineken Champions Cup opener against Munster must now be the starting point for his players ahead of tomorrow’s Round Two clash with Castres (2pm).

Chiefs and Chatham Footwear join forces

Exeter Chiefs and footwear brand Chatham are teaming up to take promotional merchandise in to a new direction for fans of the Devon club.

Chiefs side to face Munster

12 October 2018 14:45

Domestically Exeter Chiefs have yet to put a foot wrong in terms on on-field success. Six wins from six games, 29 points out of a possible 30, it’s little wonder that Director of Rugby Rob Baxter is walking around with a smile on his face.

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