Another era is set to end at West Coast with the AFL club today confirming it would move its training and administrative base to Brownes Stadtium in Lathlain.
The Eagles have entered into a heads of agreement with the Town of Victoria Park to develop a new home on the Lathlain Park site.
"Subject to formal contracts, the Eagles anticipate leaving their traditional Subiaco Oval home and relocating to a new training, administration and community complex at Lathlain Park before the start of the 2017 season," the club said in a statement.
"The club has plans to build $50 million state-of-the-art headquarters, which will be one of the premier sporting club facilities in Australia."
As forecast, the Eagles will built two ovals on the site, one replicating the dimensions of the MCG, the other the size of the new Burswood stadium.
"The announcement is the culmination of many years of work by the Eagles. Much research and study of best practice facilities around Australia and the world was undertaken, along with a comprehensive site identification process," the club said.Patersons Stadium has been the Eagles' base since the late 1980s.