Falkirk FC play at The Falkirk Stadium, also known as Westfield.
In the club's early years, a wide number of pitches and stadia were used. In 1885, the site of Brockville Park in Falkirk was leased, and there the club remained until the last day of the 2002/2003 season. Due to Brockville's central location in the town, and the SPL's stringent stadium requirements, the dilapidated Brockville site, home of Falkirk for over 100 years, was no longer suitable for the club's ambitions. For season season 2003-04, the club groundshared with Stenhousemuir at Ochilview stadium on the outskirts of the town. At the start of season 2004-05 they moved into their new purpose built stadium which meets SPL criteria.
The old Brockville ground was demolished in 2003/2004 and the land is now home to a branch of the Morrisons supermarket, which has several items of Falkirk FC memorabilia on site, including a turnstile from the old ground.
The fans recently voted Kevin McAllister their player of the millennium, although other great players from the past include Alex Parker, the club's most capped player, John White, Simon Stainrod, who played for a host of clubs in England, Richard Cadette and Crawford Baptie. Gary Gillespie, who went on to have a distinguished career at Liverpool FC, winning one European Cup, began his career at the club, captaining the side at 17, making him the world's youngest ever first team captain in football.
The current manager is John "Yogi" Hughes, who had a distinguished career as a central defender with Falkirk before moving onto Celtic and Hibernian.