Aspatria is a district in Staunton Island, Liberty City, which appears in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. It is bordered by Rockford to the north, Belleville Park to the east, and Torrington to the south. The districts houses some shops, buildings, and a scenic path along the shoreline.
The district houses the Liberty City Memorial Stadium, which is also known as Bush Stadium. It is home to the Liberty City Cocks. It was once a soccer field, but in 2000, it was turned into an American Football field.
Aspatria also houses a compound which is owned by the Yakuza in 1998 and the Colombian Cartel in 2001. In 1998, Toni Cipriani enters the compound in order to steal a Rhino, which is owned by the Yakuza. In 2001, Claude enters the compound to rescue the Oriental Gentleman from the Cartel. In both cases, the player must obtain a car associated with the relevant gang in order to enter the compound for the mission (Yakuza Stinger and Cartel Cruiser respectively). The compound can also be entered outside of the two missions, but interestingly a Cartel Cruiser is required to enter the compound during Liberty City Stories, despite the fact that it is controlled by the Yakuza at that time.
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