The Panthers might need Bank of America Stadium once more after Sunday, in case they end up hosting the Saints in the NFC Championship game.
But two days after that game is played, the team is going to start on the first wave of planned renovations to the nearly 18-year-old building.
Via Jeremy Markovich of NBC Charlotte, the team unveiled the plans for renovations Tuesday.
They’ll include new ribbon boards and video boards, a new sound systems and escalators to ferry fans to the upper levels.
The work will begin on the first phase on Jan. 21, and work will take place over the next three offseasons.
The city of Charlotte agreed to cough up $87 million towards the planned $250 million worth of work, though the state of North Carolina would not approve a tax hike to help fund the work.