The Swamp is one of the most-iconic stadiums in all of college football.

But, as with any aging stadium, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium could use a few upgrades. Fortunately, it seems those are on the way.

According to Graham Hall, who covers the Florida Gators for the Gainesville Sun, the school has announced that it will be doing some significant improvements to the inside of “The Swamp”:

The improvements include fixing the lower bowl chairbacks, ADA upgrades, scoreboard and sound upgrades, and many more things, according to Hall.

All of the improvements are expected to be finished by the 2024 season. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is one of the oldest in the SEC at 91 years old. It is the largest stadium in the state of Florida with a capacity of 88,000 but can hold as many as 90,000 fans.

Several schools around the SEC have done major improvements to their stadiums as well by adding jumbo scoreboards, laser lights, and increasing the capacity of their stadiums. Florida is just the latest in the line of SEC schools to do major upgrades.