Auburn Arena is home to the No. 1 men’s basketball team in the country. It’s also where Auburn’s highly ranked gymnastics squad, the women’s basketball team and volleyball team play.

On March 4, it will be changing its name to Neville Arena after a “transformational” donation from Bill and Connie Neville.

Per the release from Auburn, a ceremony will be held during the men’s hoops squad’s regular-season finale on March 5:

The competition venue for Auburn men’s and women’s basketball, gymnastics and volleyball will be known as Neville Arena in recognition of the single largest gift in Auburn Athletics history, Auburn University’s Board of Trustees approved Friday.

A dedication marking the official name change from Auburn Arena to Neville Arena will take place March 4 at the venue, with an on-court recognition March 5 during men’s basketball’s regular season finale vs. South Carolina.

The donation was the largest gift in Auburn athletics history:

“With their transformational gift, Bill and Connie Neville are investing in the future of Auburn Athletics and Auburn University,” Director of Athletics Allen Greene said. “Motivated by their love of Auburn, Bill and Connie’s philanthropy will directly benefit Auburn student-athletes for generations.

“We thank the Board of Trustees for approving the recommendation to acknowledge the Neville’s profound generosity, as well as approving facilities projects that will further elevate all of the Auburn programs that call Neville Arena home.”

Per Auburn’s release, the Board of Trustees also approved a plan to begin creating an additional basketball practice facility.