By Brian Hall By Brian KingSport has been called a sport of the future and the UK’s elite is on the lookout for a new sport that is ready to step up and challenge the world.
Borescope Light is the sport that has made the most of the changing times, as the UK has seen a steady stream of top-level players from across the globe.
With a number of teams already in place, Borescope Light has already attracted a number players from both the UK and abroad, including Manchester United’s Luke Shaw, the Netherlands’ David De Gea and Spain’s Javier Mascherano.
However, the future looks bright for the sport, as Borescope will have a team in the UK that is aiming to have their debut in the first quarter of 2020, with a potential 2020-21 season as well.
With Borescope currently being played in London’s ECHO Stadium, the club has decided to hold a pre-season fixture in the home of the Premier League, as well as a home friendly against the Republic of Ireland in the opening match of the season.
A source close to Borescope told TalkSport that they will be playing their home opener against Newcastle United in the ECHO on April 10, but that a date will be announced closer to the time.
The club will also play at Wembley Stadium on April 16 as part of the FA Cup tie between Liverpool and Southampton.
As the club is looking to have a home game in the Premier Leagues, they are also looking at the possibility of taking the pitch at Wembley during the World Cup.
A number of other Premier League clubs are also keen on the Borescope game, including Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.
A club spokesperson told TalkSPORT that the club will not be taking part in the BoreScope match, but will be open to the idea of having a match in the stadium.
In 2020, the Borescopic team will be joined by the club’s U23s, as they will not only be looking to get a chance to play in the fixture, but also look to secure a loan signing for the season ahead.
It is understood that Borescope has also received a call from Chelsea about their interest in signing an experienced full-back to the squad.
However it is not clear what form the loan deal will take, as Chelsea are not in the market for a striker, and are still looking to strengthen their squad.
The Borescope fixture will be the first fixture for the new Borescope squad, who will begin training next month, with the club aiming to kick-off the new season on April 3.
The next fixture for Borescope is against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium on May 16.