Exeter Chiefs Mascots

Have you ever dreamed of leading the Exeter Chiefs into battle at Sandy Park?

Well, the only way to do that is to become a member of the Junior Chiefs Supporters Club.

As a fully-fledged member, you will be entered into our draw at the start of each season as we pick out our match-day mascots for all of our fixtures in the Aviva Premiership, European Champions Cup and Anglo-Welsh Cup.

Not only will you get to run out in front of the famous Sandy Park crowd ahead of kick-off, but you will get the chance to meet your favourite player pre-game, as well as being kitted out in your own Chiefs kit.

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Three-year-old Miles Armand got to lead the Exeter Chiefs side out alongside dad Don ahead of our Aviva Premiership semi-final against Newcastle Falcons at Sandy Park
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Mascots for our final home game of the regular Aviva Premiership season against Sale Sharks are Kade (6) and Troy (8) Waldrom, who are pictured with their dad Thomas following his final game at Sandy Park
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Pictured is 11-year-old Callum Graske, who is seen running out alongside skipper Dave Dennis ahead of our Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final encounter with Newcastle Falcons at Sandy Park
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Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs and England hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie is nine-year-old Aidan Reeve from Chardstock, who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership home encounter against Gloucester
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Pictured alongside his favourite Exeter Chiefs player Thomas Waldrom is 10-year-old Oliver Northam, who was our match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter against Saracens
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Mascot for the Aviva Premiership clash with Northampton Saints was eight-year-old Joshua Tooze from Bovey Tracey, who got to meet his favourite player Ollie Atkins ahead of kick-off at Sandy Park
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Lining up alongside Exeter Chiefs full-back Phil Dollman ahead of our Aviva Premiership match against Worcester Warriors is 10-year-old Ellie Raynor-Johnson
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Pictured alongside his favourite Chiefs player Gareth Steenson is seven-year-old Oliver Darracott from Launceston who was our mascot for the Anglo-Welsh Cup clash with Saracens
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Match-day mascot for our European Champions Cup encounter with Montpellier was 11-year-old Phoebe Redfern from Exeter. Phoebe not only led both sides onto the pitch, but she got to meet her favourite player Gareth Steenson ahead of kick-off

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Running out ahead of our final game of 2017 against Leicester in the Aviva Premiership is seven-year-old Bryce Mills, who was our match-day mascot for the visit of the Tigers to Sandy Park.
Ahead of kick-off, Bryce got to meet his favourite player Sam Hill

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Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs, England and British Lions star Jack Nowell is 10-year-old Isaac Smith, who was our match-day mascot
for our European Champions Cup clash with Leinster

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Seven-year-old Jasmine Harris got to lead the Exeter Chiefs out ahead of our Aviva Premiership derby clash with Bath at Sandy Park
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Nine-year-old Oscar Lapwood leads the Exeter Chiefs into Aviva Premiership action ahead of our home encounter against Harlequins
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Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs stars Jack Nowell and Jack Yeandle is 11-year-old Liam Hepworth, who was our match-day mascot for the Anglo-Welsh Cup clash against Northampton Saints
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Nine-year-old Milly Fisher from Exmouth was our match-day mascot for our opening European Champions Cup game against Glasgow Warriors

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Here is 12-year-old Louis Atkinson from Bideford leading the Exeter Chiefs out ahead of their Aviva Premiership encounter with Newcastle Falcons at Sandy Park

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Running out ahead of our Aviva Premiership clash with Wasps is seven-year-old James Bloor from Exminster. James not only got to lead the side into battle, but also got to meet his favourite player Jack Maunder. Picture: @PPAUK
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Running out ahead of our Aviva Premiership clash with London Irish is 10-year-old Gracie Rice from Tiverton, who was our match-day mascot for the first
home game of the new season here at Sandy Park. Before kick-off she got to meet her favourite player Jack Nowell.

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