Latrobe City Stadium

Latrobe City Sports and Entertainment Stadium, formerly known as Falcons and Mobil Park, is the former home of the Eastern Pride (Gippsland Falcons) who played in the National Soccer League until they collapsed in 2001. The Stadium has two grandstands, a member's stand on the broadcast side, and a larger stand on the opposite side. There are grassed areas at either end behind the goals.

The stadium which was built in 1991 has a total seating capacity of 1,912 in its two stands and has lighting up to broadcasting standard. Other facilities include a large social club and corporate boxes.

In recent years the facility is fast becoming known as a host to major events such as the Hyundai A-League regional and preseason fixutres, W-League regional fixtures, Football Federation Victoria championships, English Premier League coaching ventures, Super Rugby preseason fixture, Crusty Demons, Travis Pastrana's Nitro Circus Live, Red Hot Summer Tour and much more.

Latrobe City Stadium Details

Location
Address
Crinigan Rd Morwell 3840  
Capacity
12,000  
Seats
1,912 (16% of capacity)
Record Crowd
8,400 NSL Q. Final 1994 Gippsland Falcons v South Melbourne
Highest Crowd since 2003
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
No  
Arena Dimensions
125m x 90m
Opened
1991
Former/Other Names
Falcons Park
Mobil Park
Latrobe City Sports and Entertainment Stadium
Sports Played
Football
Rugby League  
Home Teams
 
Last Event
Next Event
 
Directions
Accommodation
See nearby Latrobe City Stadium hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION

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