Marvin Lee Stadium
|Country||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Clubs||Joe Public FC|
|Address||Macoya Road, Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago|
Description: Marvin Lee Stadium
Most important stadium without a running track in the country. It has just two permanent grandstands, both with mostly steel structures. The main one, larger, is centrally located and has all the player infrastructure underneath.
Smaller and more original stands just several meters next to it. It may be used either as three separate stands standing alone or as one three-tiered structure, in which configuration it makes quite an impression. Other stands may be added temporarily if events require.
In 2007 the ground became first ever in the Caribbean to have an artificial pitch.
Its name remembers Marvin Lee, U20 national team captain who sustained a dramatic injury in a game against USA. As a result he was completely paralyzed and his weakened body gave up when he was only 21.