• Their new stadium, Allegiant Stadium, is expected to cost $2 billion to build and is nearing completion.
  • Through photos, video tours, and renderings, we've gotten a better look at the sleek stadium, which includes a retractable natural grass field.
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The Raiders' new home in Las Vegas is getting closer to completion.

The Raiders officially moved from Oakland to Las Vegas earlier this year. Part of their move includes a new stadium, Allegiant Stadium, that is estimated to cost $2 billion to build.

Through Getty photos, video tours, and renderings, we're getting a better look at the sleek new stadium that will house Las Vegas' first NFL team.

Take a look below.

Allegiant Stadium stadium is a little outside the Las Vegas strip, but will still be part of the skyline.

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Another look at the stadium near Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

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The stadium recently shined at night.

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The glassy exterior gives it a sleek look.

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Another side of the stadium:

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A closer look at the shiny paneling.

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Construction is ongoing, but the site has warnings about COVID-19.

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Another side of the stadium, with the same warning.

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A video tour shows the inside is still being completed, though many of the seats are in place. Here's a view from the end zone.

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The stadium is expected to seat 65,000 people.

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One of the more unique features is a retractable natural grass field that can slide in and out from under the stadium.

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The project includes 76 motors to move the 1,500-ton field in and out.

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What hasn't been completed yet (that we've seen) is the 85-foot flame, a tribute to late Raiders owner Al Davis.

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The project is not yet at this point, but when it is, it will be spectacular.

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