Locations of past and present TT Pro League stadiums
The following is a list of TT Pro League stadiums that have hosted a TT Pro League match. Since the inception of the Pro League, Trinidad and Tobago's highest level of association football annual league tournament in 1999, sixteen football stadiums have been used to host matches. The inaugural round of Pro League matches took place on 31 March 1999 with four clubs hosting the opening fixtures.
The National Stadium, built in 1980, is the oldest and longest serving stadium in the TT Pro League. The stadium was renamed in honour of Hasely Crawford after the stadium underwent major renovation to host the semi-final, third-place, and final matches of the 2001 FIFA U–17 World Championship. Moreover, with the seating expansion the stadium is now the largest in the country with a capacity of 27,000 and serves as the current home to Caledonia AIA, Defence Force, Police, and St. Ann's Rangers.
In addition, TT Pro League matches have also been hosted by Marvin Lee Stadium. The Macoya-based stadium was built and opened in 1996 with a 6,000 spectator capacity and is housed together with the Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence. In 2007, Marvin Lee Stadium became the first Caribbean stadium to install an artificial playing surface, reportedly costing in excess of TT$8 million and was supported through a developmental grant from FIFA.