A £1.2 million sports arena is to be built in the home town of EuroMillions winners Chris and Colin Weir after the couple made a six-figure donation towards the project.
The Weirs, from Largs in Ayrshire, have put £900,000 towards building a multi-use indoor sports hall at Inverclyde National Sports Training Centre.
The hall will be used by the community and top sportsmen and women alike for football, rugby, running and other sporting activities.
Mr Weir said: "Building a new top-quality indoor arena at the National Sports Training Centre is a terrifically ambitious project and we are very proud to support it. It will be a great asset for the community, providing an all-year-round training facility for kids and adults alike to develop their football and coaching skills.
"In the past the centre has attracted some great sporting heroes, from Sir Alex Ferguson to Jose Mourinho, who have honed their skills within its grounds. The new indoor arena will ensure that Inverclyde remains a centre of excellence and that top sports men and women will continue to travel to and enjoy our home town of Largs."
The remaining £300,000 needed to fund the 90m x 40m hall is being contributed by sportscotland. Work on the arena, which will be fitted with a synthetic grass pitch, is expected to get under way soon and should be completed by June next year.
John Kent, sportscotland's principal of the training centre, said: "It has always been a vision of Inverclyde to have this indoor facility and this development will now enhance opportunities for sportspeople from all over Scotland, as well as the local community, to come and enjoy sport in an indoor environment.
"Thanks to the extremely generous investment from Colin and Chris Weir, we will now be able to provide an invaluable facility within the community with potentially new sports, clubs, and organisations visiting Largs to improve their skills and enjoy visiting the town.
"Scotland is currently on a massive high after the success of our athletes at London 2012, so it is vital that we capitalise on this increased interest in sport and physical activity. A key part of this process is developing a world-class sporting system at all levels and the new indoor 3G facility will help us to widen the opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to participate in sport."
The Weirs scooped £161 million on the lottery in July last year - the largest jackpot won in Europe.