Caprice, Jake

Birth Date

11th November 1992


Lambeth, London.



Biographical Text

Jake Caprice joined Exeter City from Tranmere Rovers in 2020 and played in thirty-four league games when City won promotion in 2022. After remaining with the club for another season he joined Burton Albion.

He started his career with Crystal Palace in 2004 aged eleven, and after progressing through the youth system, signed a one-year professional deal in 2011. He was subsequently released by Palace at the end of 2011/12 and signed for Blackpool in July 2012. He was soon back in London in November 2012 on loan at Dagenham and Redbridge before heading in the opposite direction to sign for St Mirren on a season-long loan In August 2013. After six league matches for the Buddies, Jake was back at Blackpool later leaving on loan to Tamworth in March 2014. When Jake was released by the Seasiders in May 2014 he had not made a single first-team appearance.

Jake then joined National League Lincoln City, and played 37 league games, before having two good seasons at Woking where he played over eighty league games. This led to a move to Leyton Orient in July 2017 followed by a return to the EFL with Tranmere Rovers in July 2018. In two seasons on the Wirral Jake made sixty-four league appearances including the successful play-off campaign of 2018/19 when Rovers won promotion to League One.

Jake joined Exeter City in August 2020 and over the next two seasons made sixty-eight league appearances for the Grecians starting 29 times (plus five substitute appearances) in the 2021/22 promotion season. He scored his first senior goal against Carlisle on 20 November 2021 and another against Sheffield Wednesday on 10 December 2022. After making 29 league starts (plus eight off the bench) in League One during 2022/23, Jake signed for Burton Albion in July 2023 along with Jamal Blackman, Kegs Chauke and Rekeem Harper who he'd played alongside at Exeter.

Starting the season in the side, Jake played less-often for Burton towards the end of the 2023/24 campaign as he tallied 17 league starts (plus nine from the bench) prior to leaving the club at the end of the season.    


Exeter City

League 105; Cups 18 (123)


League 2

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