Plans for Sandwell's new Aquatics centre have been unveiled and are out for public consultation.
Residents can now have their say on the £60m venue which will play host to the Commonwealth Games in 2022.
The designs include a 50m Olympic-sized competition swimming pool, a 25m diving pool, a studio pool and 1,000 spectator seats.
Councillor Steve Eling, Leader of Sandwell Council, said:
Alongside the swimming facilities, the centre will include a dry-dive facility, 108-station gym, a 25-station ladies-only gym, three activity studios, an 8-court sports hall, indoor cycling studio, sauna/steam room and café.
The proposed site at Londonderry Playing Fields, will also include 450 car parking spaces, a football pitch and changing facilities.
Five consultation drop-in sessions will be held for residents to discuss the proposals before a planning application is submitted.
Residents can also have their say by completing an online survey at www.sandwell.gov.uk/aquaticscentre
John Crabtree, OBE, chair of the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee said: