The pitch will replace the old system of removable grass pallets, and feature a combination of real grass and synthetic material.
Swimmer Georgia Davies is looking to build on her success in the 100m final with a medal in the 50m backstroke.
18 year old gymnast Laura Halford hopes to follow in the footstep of Frankie Jones who has won six medals in Glasgow.
Cyclist Geraint Thomas will bring a bronze medal back from Glasgow after coming third in the men's Time Trial.
Thomas finished behind England's Alex Dowsett and Rohan Dennis of Australia with a time of 47:55:82 for the 40km course.
Welsh teammates Scott Davies and Luke Rowe took 16th and 17th place respectively.
It's his second bronze medal from the Commonwealth Games after competing on the track eight years ago in Melbourne.
Progress is being made in the installation of a new pitch at the Millennium Stadium.
A new hybrid surface will replace the old system of removable turf pallets, which, it's hoped, will give better playing conditions.
The new surface will be a mixture of artificial grass intertwined with natural grass.
Cyclist Elinor Barker was unable to add to the bronze and silver medals won in the velodrome this morning, after finishing today's Time Trial race in 7th place.
The nineteen year old from Cardiff finished behind Linda Villumsen of New Zealand, England's Emma Pooley and Australia's Katrin Garfoot, who all took the podium places.
Elsewhere Pontyberem's Amy Roberts finished 12th. The men's Time Trial, which features Geraint Thomas after his Tour de France exploits, is currently underway.
Geraint Thomas gets his Commonwealth Games underway today, after completing the Tour de France.
Thomas, who finished 22nd in the tour, competes in the Time Trial this afternoon along with Luke Rowe and Sam Harrison, in what is a strong Welsh cycling team.
Elsewhere Brett Morse competes in the Discus final this evening and Darius Jokarzadeh will be looking to add to the medal haul in the 105kg Weightlifting final.
Lauren Price is set to become the first Welsh female boxer to medal at the Commonwealth Games.
The former kick-boxer and international footballer from Bargoed, beat Australia's Kaye Scott in the middleweight quarter-finals.
She'll now take on Ariane Fortin from Canada in the semi-final, and is guaranteed a bronze.
Lawn Bowls Commonwealth Games champion Robert Weale has been unable to defend his title after being knocked out of the competition.
Robert lost 21-11 after a bad start which allowed Australia's Aron Sherriff to take an early lead.
He's the second Welsh medal hopeful who's been unable to make it through to the next round after Dai Greene failed to qualify in the 400m hurdles this morning.
Dai Greene has failed to make the final of the 400m hurdles after finishing fifth in today's heat.
The defending champion got off to a good start but later appeared to struggle in what was only his second race back after injury.
Elsewhere, Sean McGoldrick secured himself a bronze medal after beating South African boxer Ayabonga Sonjica in the ring.
Jazz Carlin and Georgia Davies explain how it feels to be the first female swimmers to win a medal for Wales in 40 years.
Jazz took gold and silver in the 800m and 400m Freestyle, while Georgia came first in the 50m Backstroke meaning Wales met its target of 27 medals.
The first two Welsh swimmers to win gold medals for swimming in 40 years at the Commonwealth Games have said how having the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in the audience "gave us a boost".
Jazz Carlin, who won gold in the 800m freestyle and silver in 400m freestyle, said the team "wanted to put on a good show" for the royal couple.
Athletes from Team Wales are hoping to exceed their pre-Commonwealth target of twenty seven medals as they go into day seven of the games.
Yesterday Georgia Davies secured a gold in the 50 metres backstroke.
The current medal tally stands at:
Hoping to add to the total today, Sean McGoldrick will look to progress in the boxing ring and on the track Joe Thomas faces the 800m semi final this evening.