Florida’s football team has purchased a new, lavish new home for the 2019 season, a brand new $6.9 million home in the Bahamas.

The $6,000,000 home is the first new home the Gators have purchased since moving to Gainesville, Florida, from Florida State last month.

The move is part of the school’s ongoing effort to expand its footprint in the U.S., with Florida and Florida State in particular expanding their presence on the Atlantic Coast.

Florida will also build a new indoor practice facility and a new home field in Gainesville for the University of Florida Gators.

Gators athletic director Blake James told the Orlando Sentinel the move was a necessary move.

“I think Florida is the leader in the nation in terms of the growth and development of our campus and the quality of life we provide to our students, families, employees, alumni and fans,” James said.

“We are a leader in our community and our students are the future of our state.

This move will help the University continue to grow and expand in a way that helps Florida grow and thrive.”

Florida was founded in 1794 by the Seminoles.

It’s currently the second-oldest school in the United States, and it is a major research and academic hub for the Florida State University and University of North Florida.