Station Park (1889–1923)
Troon Athletic, and Troon Academicals before them, first called Station Park their home ground, a park in Troon located from the Station Hill to the Yorke Road bridge until 1923. From 1923 onwards they were inhabitants of the brand new Portland Park
Portland Park (1923–)
Troon play their home games at Portland Park in Troon, a ground they have called home since their formation ahead of the 1946–47 season. The stadium has a capacity of 2,000 (200 covered), and is largely terracing.
Portland Park is famous for one big claim to fame – it is the only park in Scotland which both Pelé and Eusébio have graced (and Johan Cruyff is also alleged to have played here as well).