Vegan football club Forest Green Rovers will build the world's first all-wooden stadium. Forest Green Rovers went vegan after environmentalist entrepreneur Dale Vince took over the club in 2010. It is the world's first all-vegan football club. Its new wooden Eco Park will include a landscaped car park and two grass pitches. " the first time that will have been done anywhere in the world,"\u00a0said Vince in a statement, with reference to the stadium's main material. He added that the structure will look like the "ribs of a prehistoric animal." Zaha Hadid Architects will build the new \u00a3100 million 5,000 seater stadium in Gloucestershire. Wood is one of the most environmentally-friendly building materials. It's renewable, recyclable, and it can store carbon, helping to reduce the amount of carbon in the atmosphere. According to the Southern Forest Products Association, it takes "far less" energy and fossil fuel to produce wood as a building material than it does to manufacture concrete or steel. While the stadium will have a car park, Forest Green Rovers will encourage spectators to travel to games via public transport. It has promised to subsidize buses from local areas, and run a trial bus from a nearby train station. Forest Green Rovers Is 'a New Kind of Football Club' Forest Green Rovers continuously promotes sustainability. In 2018, the United Nations awarded it a carbon-neutral certification. In the same year, it received the United Nations Environment Programme's "Momentum of Change" climate action award. Vince said in a statement at the time,\u00a0"plenty of people doubted we could make this improbable combination of a football club and the environment work, but it's proven to be a powerful combination." https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v7wVMnietyls "We've reached over 3 billion people with our story and our messaging," he continued. "All around the world, people have become fans of because of the stand we take on environmental issues - we now have fan clubs in over 20 different countries." "We've created a new kind of football club and a new kind of fan," said Vince. "People who are fans of football and the environment."