Glasgow Warriors compete in the United Rugby Championship and Heineken Champions Cup and play their matches at Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow.
The United Rugby Championship (URC) - launched in 2021 as the evolution of the former Guinness PRO14 competition - includes teams from Wales, Ireland, Italy, South Africa and Scotland, while the Heineken Champions Cup is Europe’s premier rugby competition and features the best sides from the URC, Gallagher Premiership and Top14.
In 2015, the club claimed its first major honour by defeating Munster 31-13 in the Guinness PRO12 final at Belfast’s Kingspan Stadium. The Warriors have also reached a further two finals in 2014 and 2019, the latter played in front of over 47,000 spectators at Celtic Park.
In addition, Glasgow Warriors have reached two Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals. The Warriors were beaten by eventual champions Saracens on both occasions, losing out at Allianz Park in 2017 and 2019.
Glasgow Warriors also have a proud track record of producing international talent, with 21 members of the Glasgow Warriors squad selected for the 2015 Rugby World Cup - more than any other club side in world rugby. This track record continues to the present day, as 19 Warriors were included in Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend's 44-man training squad ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.