Goebel Soccer Complex
|Goebel Soccer Complex|
|Location||Evansville, Indiana, USA|
|Owner||City of Evansville|
|Surface||Bermuda grass, AstroPlay turf|
|Evansville Enforcers (GMFL) (2011-present)
Tri-State Titans (MOFL) (2008-2009)
Ohio River Bearcats (MFL) (2008)
Evansville Vipers (OFL) (2004-2006)
Evansville Express (NWFA) (2004-2005)
The Goebel Soccer Complex is a multi-purpose $3.4 million project that opened in the spring of 2004 on 70 acres (280,000 m2) of land in Evansville, Indiana, USA. The facility has nine Olympic-size irrigated Bermuda grass fields and one Olympic-size AstroPlay turf field. The main field and five of the grass fields have lights for night play. In addition to soccer, the complex also plays host to football and lacrosse events.
The facility is currently home to the Evansville Enforcers semi-professional football team of the Great Midwest Football League. Goebel has also been home to other various minor league football teams including the Evansville Vipers of the Ohio Valley Football League, the Tri-State Titans of the Mid Ohio Football League, the Ohio River Bearcats of the Midwest Football League and the Evansville Express of the National Women's Football Association.