The Coastal Carolina football team has a new home, the Lou Groza Stadium.
The Panthers announced the move Tuesday.
The team, which went to the ACC Championship Game, will be playing in Lou Grozas new home this season.
Groza Field, located on the campus of the University of South Carolina, will seat 15,500 people and is located within a few minutes of the campus.
Lou Grozan Stadium has a capacity of 17,500.
Grozan Field will also have a retractable roof that will allow fans to sit in the upper deck.
Fans can expect more than 25,000 fans per game.
The team is a first-team all-ACC team, along with Louisville and Miami.
The South Carolina team also was a member of the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2016.
The new home will give the Panthers more chances to win games in front of their home fans.
The last time Lou Groans team played in a postseason game was in 2016 when it lost to South Carolina.
The move comes after the university received a $100,000 grant to help renovate the stadium.
Lou is one of four new athletic facilities being built on campus.