The San Francisco 49ers will begin the 2014-15 season in a brand new stadium.
The franchise is swapping Candlestick Park for to the Levi's Stadium this year - and now you can check out how the new $1.2 billion project is coming along.
Footage, courtesy of bayareasportsguy.com, shows the view that will greet reporters and media folk from the press box - while the seats for regular fans don't look too bad either!
Obviously there is still plenty of work to be done before game day (which is scheduled to be in Week Two of next season), but we have to admit it looks like it is going to be a fairly impressive arena.
At present there are a few thousand red seats still to be put in place, and Colin Kaepernick and co will be hoping they replace that concrete with some form of field come November, but that giant jumbo-screen (one of two) already looks incredible.
When completed Levi's Stadium is set to hold a capacity of 68,000 fans which includes 9,000 'club seats' and state-of-the-art media facilities.
Levi's Stadium is also set to host Super Bowl L is 2016.