Follow The Fan: Facebook | Twitter

READ MORE: Cowboys Face 49ers In Tough Wild-Card Matchup

The Oakland Raiders are no more…you can call them the Las Vegas Raiders from now on!

In a 31-1 vote among NFL owners, the team finally got the approval to move from California to Nevada.

The next major hurdle in the planned move is getting the funds together to build and open a stadium, possibly by 2020 according to reports.

For the stadium, Las Vegas has reportedly stepped up with $750 million in public money. Bank of America also is giving Raiders owner Mark Davis a $650 million loan, further helping convince the owners to allow the third team relocation in just over a year.

READ MORE: Colleyville Rabbi: 'We Are Resilient And We Will Recover'

According to the NFL,  the Raiders will play this season at the Oakland Coliseum and have a contract option to play there again in 2018. After that, they likely will have to find a temporary venue to play in until their new stadium just off the Las Vegas strip is built.

This move marks the Raiders third relocation since the team formed in 1960.

The only team not to approve the move, the Miami Dolphins ownership team.

Las Vegas, long taboo to the NFL because of its legalized gambling, also is getting an NHL team this fall, the Golden Knights.

MORE NEWS: 49ers LT Trent Williams Active For Wild-Card Game At Cowboys

(© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)