The FIFA World Cup takes place in Germany, and while Germany is hosting the tournament, a massive soccer village has been built right outside of the city of Dortmund, the country’s capital.
According to German site Bundesliga-Online, the soccer stadium will be called the Borussia Football Village.
The project is slated to be completed in 2022 and will be named after the football club from the city.
The team will play its home matches at the stadium.
The soccer village was created by German city of Tübingen as part of a bid to build a new stadium in the city, which is located approximately 300 miles from Dortmund.
The stadium is expected to be the world’s largest indoor soccer field, and will feature the world-famous stadium’s iconic white façade and a brand-new retractable roof.
The German city is also the home of the famous Tübke stadium, which hosts Germany’s football World Cup matches.