The community stadium at Monk's Cross is coming along nicely despite the club not being able to play pre-season games at their new home as planned.
York are leaving their historic Bootham Crescent later this year and fans are seeing what their future looks like.
There is no moving-in date confirmed yet as building work continues.
But they will already be excited about what’s ahead as they get ready for a new era at the leisure facility, an 8,000 capacity venue.
The club will hope moving in coincides with an upturn in fortunes on the pitch.
It’s not been the season they wanted in the National League North but manager Steve Watson wants them to go out with a bang.
“We have got four very good tests now against teams above us who all have something to play for,” he told the York Press.
“They won’t be stale games, because they will all be desperate to win.
“They will all come at us and that will be a test for our defence and give us a chance to counter them.
“Short of a miracle, we will be in this league and facing most, if not all, of these teams again.
“So the games will also give me another good idea of what there is to beat and what might be out there to recruit because you never know who will be available.”
The Minstermen face an away trip to Chester this weekend.
Then they have Easter fixtures with Spennymoor Town and Bradford PA.