When it comes to luxury, the Jacksonville Jaguars aren't a team that come to mind as the first name on the list.
But on Monday they revealed a 'revolutionary' new stadium development that will surely make other NFL and sports fans around the world envy the Jaguars fans.
Teams removing seats from their stadium is not a common site amongst a world of stadium extensions but the Jaguars took 9,500 seats out of EverBank Field.
The reason for removing the seats is because they are installing pools.
The seats were removed from the North end zone and will be replaced by a two-level party deck which includes two pools and 16 cabanas.
Fans and companies will be able to buy game tickets on the first level for $250 per person or one of the four poolside cabanas for $12,500.
Access to the upper level will set Jaguars fans back $150 per person but will not allow them pool access.
The Jaguars went 4-12 last season but after a successful Draft class which included Quarterback Blake Bortles and Wide Receivers Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson, fans may want to pay the extra to watch their on the field exploits from the pool.