Rob Harley made his debut for Glasgow Warriors against Leinster in September 2010.
Harley became the clubs most-capped player in February 2018, making his 178th appearance for Glasgow Warriors against Munster to surpass Graeme Morrison at the top of the all-time caps.
Renowned for his hard tackling, Harley has become a key figure in the Warriors leadership group throughout his career. Voted Player of the Season for 2010/11, the flanker was recognised with a long-term contract extension by the Warriors.
He won his first cap for Scotland on the 2012 summer tour to the South Seas, scoring a try on his debut against Samoa, before going on to make his first Scotland start in the 2013 Six Nations.
Harley was named as Warriors skipper for the opening 2011/12 Guinness PRO12 game against Ulster at Ravenhill, a role he has gone on to reprise on a number of occasions since.
The flanker was voted as the club's Player's Player of the Season in 2018/19, a season during which he became the first player to make 200 appearances in a Glasgow jersey.
Another milestone followed in 2019/20, as Harley became the first player to make 50 appearances for the club in the Heineken Champions Cup.
He was named as the recipient of the 2019/20 Coaches' Award, with outgoing head coach Dave Rennie hailing him as a club legend.
Date of birth: 26/05/90
Height: 6ft 6in
Glasgow Debut: v Leinster, 3 September 2010
Place of birth: Crewe, England
Player number: 188