Minnesota is moving on up.

The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents approved a $166 million plan for a state-of-the-art Athletes Village on Friday. In it will be new sports training and practice complex that will open in 2018.

Three new buildings and upgrades to the existing facilities are all part of the university’s massive renovation plan.

According to a statement from Minnesota Athletics, the football team get a major boost with a new indoor practice facility:

“The project will also build the new everyday home for the Gopher football program. A new indoor practice facility, with enough room for the team to fully practice year-round, will not only provide Gopher football with a modern facility, but will also open up more space in the existing Gibson-Nagurski indoor facility for other Gopher student-athletes. Adjacent to the indoor practice facility, the Football Performance Center will include strength and conditioning space, a locker room and meeting rooms for football student-athletes.”

According to the Star-Tribune, the university has only received $76.5 million of the $166 million in funding needed for the project. But the university will begin construction, despite the fact that it had hoped to have roughly 80 percent of the funding supplied.

Still, Minnesota coach Jerry Kill is a supporter of Minnesota taking a step to compete with the rest of the B1G.

“Today was a great day for Gopher athletics and for our football program,” Kill said in a statement. “These new facilities will benefit every student athlete on campus and are a huge piece for us to build and sustain a winning program here at Minnesota. I want to thank the Board of Regents and President Kaler for their support of collegiate athletics, and I also want to thank everyone who worked so diligently to make sure that today’s vote was a successful one. I am looking forward to breaking ground soon.”