|Former names||Lake Monger Velodrome|
|Location||Leederville, Western Australia|
|Owner||City of Vincent|
E & D Litis Stadium is a stadium in Leederville, Western Australia. Originally constructed in 1959 and officially opened on 14 March 1959 as a velodrome for the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games. The Floreat Athena Football (Soccer) Club moved to the velodrome in 1985 and is the sole lessee of the stadium. The stadium is part of the City of Vincent's Britannia Reserve, which is one the City's most popular sporting venues. The City signed a preliminary agreement with FIFA for the stadium to be used as a training venue if Australia was successful in gaining the right to host the 2022 World Cup, but Qatar were selected as hosts.
The stadium is also the venue for the annual Community World Cup, which is organised by the Latin American Association of WA.
The stadium was originally known as the Lake Monger Velodrome and was popularly known as the Velodrome. In 1998 the stadium was renamed the E & D Litis Stadium after Evangelos and Despo Litis donated $150,000 to the Floreat Athena club.
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