New members of the Scottish Lowland Football League have been announced and Broomhill Sports Club is one of those accepted.
As a result the club will be establishing a new team that will be called BSC Glasgow. It means the club, whose 10th anniversary is in June this year, will have a lot to look forward to this summer as planning get's underway in their fight to reach the top levels of Scottish Football.
For those unfamiliar with the new set-up the SLFL is part of the new pyramid system that has been introduced into Scottish Football. This means that next season BSC Glasgow will be in the 5th tier of Scottish football below the Premier League and will gain entry into the Scottish Cup.
It also means the club could be playing amongst Scotland's professional clubs come the start of the 2015/2016 season. This is through the proposal which will see the winner of next season's division taking on the Highland League champions for a right to play the side that finishes bottom of League 2 in a relegation/promotion play-off.
Currently the club has work to be done, including selecting the manager who will be appointed in the coming weeks by Kenny Moyes, the director of football at Broomhill, another co-founder of the club, and no bonus points for guessing who he is the famous brother of.
But it's much the same for the youth set-up at the club which has made the club the success it is. Currently there are 34 teams and well over 700 children participating in a number of sports other than just football. It also makes it a unique club which has built from the youth up and in the future will make this an interesting example for other teams to possibly follow.
Overall this new pyramid system represents a historic moment for Scottish Football and for Broomhill Sports Club, who have embraced the challenge which now opens a door into the professional system and to taking youth football to the next level.