Latrobe City Stadium
|Former names||Mobil Park, Falcons Park|
|Owner||Gippsland Soccer League|
Falcons 2000 SC|
Melbourne Rising (NRC) (2015–present)
Latrobe City Stadium, previously known as Mobil Park, is a football (soccer) stadium in Morwell, Victoria, Australia. It is mainly used for football (soccer) and was the home ground for the now defunct Gippsland Falcons during their tenure in the also defunct National Soccer League. The stadium has a capacity of 12,000 and was built in 1981. It is now used as the home ground for the Gippsland Soccer League club "Falcons 2000", an offshoot club of Gippsland Falcons. Latrobe City Stadium is the headquarters of the Gippsland Soccer League and features Football Federation Victoria approved lights, a function room and bar and a soccer shop.
The stadium held a Victorian Premier League match in 2008, as well as several Victorian Women's Premier League matches during the same year  when the Gippsland Soccer League had a team competing in the Victorian Women's Premier League.
As well as a Victorian Premier League match, the venue has held one A-League practice match between Melbourne Heart and Newcastle Jets on the 8-7-2010 with an attendance of 3000 spectators. Newcastle won the match 2-1. On Saturday 13 November, Falcons Park was host to the Melbourne Victory Women when they played Sydney FC Women in Round 2 of the W-League. Sydney FC beat Melbourne Victory 4-1.
The venue hosted an A-League "Regional Round" clash between Melbourne Heart and Wellington Phoenix on December 4, 2011.The heart won the match 1-0 with Mate Dugangic scoring in the 41st minute. 3000 people attended the game.
- Dunkerleys Oz Football Grounds Page
- 2008 Victorian Premier League Results
- 2008 Victorian Women's Premier League Results
- Ultimate A-League
- W-League Fixtures: Round 2 Archived 2010-11-04 at the Wayback Machine.
- A-League community/regional matches confirmed: Roar to play Wellington in Dunedin, Gold Coast v Melbourne in Launceston
- Latrobe City Stadium @ Austadiums
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