TV stars on all day and everywhere!

Scarborough Athletic fans will get the three chances on Wednesday to see Eurosport's FIFA Football show tell the inspirational story of their return from liquidation and a decade in exile to become EVO-STIK League promotion contenders.

Like millions of viewers around the world, Seadogs supporters can tune in to the satellite sports broadcaster at 4am, 8.30am and 6.30pm to watch the half hour weekly show which takes an in-depth look at a topic from each continent every week.

The return of the Seadogs from their lowest ebb in 2007 to fight for the EVO-STIK League North title and promotion this season is also set to be aired around the globe on a host of others channels including Setanta in Ireland and Fox in Australia after Eurosport sent film crews to Boro's new Flamingo Land Stadium back in November to see them in action against Ramsbottom United.

Steve Kittrick, whose second-placed side host Prescot Cables on Saturday, is one of a number of players and officials interviewed by Eurosport. After kicking off with scenic shots of the town and famous port for viewers around the globe, others include lifelong fan director Geoff Osguthorpe, hometown star Michael Coulson and former player Chris Tate who was relegated from the Football League with the club in 1996 when Carlisle keeper Jimmy Glass famously scored elsewhere in stoppage time on the last day of the season to send them down.

Scarborough Athletic's communications officer Will Baines will be setting the record button at home after seeing a sneak preview of the show this week with other excited club officials ahead of Saturday's action.

He said: “We were delighted to welcome the camera crew from Pitch International and FIFA Football down to the Flamingo Land Stadium in November to see the new ground and talk to some of the key figures on the journey to play back home again.

"It is fantastic for a club at Step 4 to be featured on the global stage and showcase our remarkable journey in exile through to the new ground and show the town of Scarborough getting behind the football club again.”

Former Barnsley, Grimsby and York midfielder Coulson, a boyhood fan who returned home to play in front of record crowds this season, tells viewers that the club owes its current success and very existence to supporters after going from seeing them playing Chelsea in the FA Cup at the Old McCain Stadium with former boss Russell Slade at the helm to ruin within three short years.

The 29-year-old tells viewers: "What's gone on behind the scenes by the fans has been incredible. Everybody deserves a massive pat on the back."

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