Stevenage have given fans the chance to help raise the money needed to finally build their long-awaited new North Stand.
The League Two club are inviting supporters and other members of the local community to invest in a 'mini-bond' scheme that should raise the extra £500,000 needed.
Anyone interested would earn interest every year and get their money back at the end, and it's hoped the new 1,600 all-seater stand would be up and running in time for the start of the 2018/19 season.
Stevenage have already secured a grant of £450,000 from the Football Foundation for the project, but still require more cash to finally make it happen.
The move has effectively been described as a loan from fans and investors to Stevenage FC.
Similar schemes have proved succesful in the past in cricket and rugby, but haven't been commonplace in football.