Jaguars plot major stadium revamp
The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced major redevelopment plans at their EverBank Field home.
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The Jags will play one "home" game per season at Wembley Stadium for the next four years, leading to speculation they could leave their current home town - either in an ambitious bid to create a full-time London franchise or possibly in a move to Los Angeles.
They hope the new investment of 63million US dollars (£40m) will help put those rumours to bed, while also creating "the best matchday experience on planet Earth".
Team president Mark Lamping said: "Jaguars fans are going to fall in love with the new EverBank Field.
"We do not take for granted the emotional and financial investment of Jaguars fans. In return, we're doing everything we can to produce a winner on the field, but in the areas we control - like the in-stadium experience at EverBank Field - we owe our fans nothing less than the very best, and that's what they can expect soon at EverBank Field."
The development will include new video scoreboards in each endzone, display units around the ground and a new fan platform area in the north end zone featuring pools, interactive activities and new food and drink vendors.