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Exeter Spitfires


Welcome to the home of Exeter Spitfires Baseball & Softball Club. The Spitfires play in the South West Basbeall league alongside teams from Bristol, Plymouth, Taunton, Newton Abbot and St. Austell.

We welcome players of all ability and experience both male and female. We can provide all required equipment alongside qualified coaching.

If you would like to find out more please contact us or come along to any of our training sessions.


About Us

The Exeter Spitfires were first formed in 2000

and took their name from the Polish Spitfire squadon based in the city during World War 2. However Exeter's contribution to baseball streches all the way back to 1824 and the birth of Henry Chadwick, who would later go on to become one of baseball's greatest pioneers and earn a spot in baseball's hall of fame.

Despite a promising seasons in 2000 and 2001 the club was disbanded due to a lack of opposition. After a 10 year hiatus baseball was on the raise again in the South West with the birth of the South West Baseball League in 2012 a small group of former players got together with some new faces and decided the time was right to relaunch the Spitfires. They entired the South West Baseball League in 2013 alongside the Plymouth Mariners, Torbay Barons and Bristol Bats.


To find out more about Henry Chadwick, the history of the Exeter Spitfires or the club as a whole, visit the about us section.

"Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game"

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