|Capacity||3,200 (1,675 seats)|
Treyew Road has been Truro City's home since the mid-1900s. A covered terrace was in place behind one of the goals until the mid-1970s when a road widening scheme resulted in it being removed. Only in recent years have they added to their old stand and erected two new stands on opposite sides of the ground lifting the capacity to approximately 3,000.
In 2014, Truro City sold the stadium. After being given four years to build a ground from the sale they failed and were told to leave by the company who owned it. They shared a stadium with Torquay United F.C for a while, before returning to Treyew Road in January 2019; the club was bought by rugby union club Cornish Pirates in March 2019, and is set to ground-share at a purpose-built stadium, the Stadium for Cornwall (not yet commenced), at some future date.
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- "Truro City: Torquay United talks over ending groundshare are concluded". BBC Sport. 9 January 2019. Retrieved 28 March 2019.
- "Truro City: Cornish Pirates take over National League South club". BBC Sport. 9 March 2019. Retrieved 28 March 2019.