Dyer, Jordan

Birth Date

29th May 2000


Exeter, Devon

Biographical Text

Exeter-born Jordan came through the academy and captained the youth side. He made a number of first-team appearances, mainly in cups, before departing for Bath City.

Jordan, who could play either in defence or midfield, became a scholar/trainee in 2016 and a professional in 2018. He made his first-team debut in the EFL Trophy against Oxford United on 4 December 2019; the first of seven appearances in the competition spread over three seasons. Jordan also made two league appearances as substitute - against Leyton Orient on 6 March 2021 and Sutton United on 1 January 2022 - and started in the League Cup against Wycombe Wanderers on 10 August 2021.

Whilst at City Jordan was loaned out on several occasions initially to Bideford and Tiverton Town in the Southern League; later National League South Chippenham Town (2020/21), National League Yeovil Town (2021/22) and, more than once, National League South Bath City (2021/22). When Jordan was released by City at the end of the 2021/22 season he wrote on social media:

"I’d like to thank everyone associated to Exeter City FC, my time is up. It’s been a pleasure to have been part of this club for 10+ years. I have lots of memories which will always stay close to my heart. All the best for the future! Looking forward to my next chapter"

After previously impressing at Twerton Park, where he had made 21 appearances in 2021/22, it may not have been a surprise when Jordan joined Bath City on a permanent deal in June 2002. This prompted Bath manager Jerry Gill to tell the club website:

“It’s fair to say we had to fight off some fierce competition for his signature but he was clear on where he wanted to be. His commitment even when injured and called back to Exeter last season was first class, often joining with us at games supporting the lads. We are getting a player that has experienced playing at EFL League 2 level only last season and a very good all-round player at that.”

Jordan immediately became a first-choice player for Bath during 2022/23.


Exeter City

League 2; Cups 8 (10)



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