Plymouth Argyle's Home Park Stadium will be opening its doors again this summer after being closed to the Green Army for most of the 2020/21 football season.
The Theatre of Greens is currently being used as a Covid-19 Vaccination Centre, with the Mayflower Grandstand being visited by thousands of people each week.
Now there has been an announcement that the stadium itself will be opened this summer for open air cinema as well as screenings of games from the delayed Euro 2020 finals.
The summer programme of events will take place between June 11 and July 11, in association with HideAway Cinema.
It will be in a Covid-19 secure outdoor environment and full details as well as tickets will be released on Monday, March 29.
There was open air cinema outside Home Park last summer, but this time it will be inside the Pilgrims' ground.
The schedule of events is expected to include screenings of England's fixtures at Euro 2020.
Their three Group D games, all scheduled to be played at Wembley Stadium, are against Croatia on June 13, Scotland on June 2018 and the Czech Republic of June 22.
Argyle have not been able to play any games in front of the full massed ranks of the Green Army this season due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Three matches were played in front of crowds of around 2,000 in December before lockdown restrictions were reimposes.