WELCOME TO CLYDESDALE HARRIERS

Founded on 4th May 1885, Clydesdale Harriers Athletic Club was the first “open” amateur athletics club (i.e. – open to all members of the public and not just school pupils, university students etc.,) in SCOTLAND.

The club has quite an amazing history and has over the years been immensely successful at District and National Level with many members going on to represent Scotland at all levels.

We are extremely keen to promote athletics in our local community and we welcome new members, of all abilities, whatever their standard and assure them of a warm friendly welcome. Joining our club will give you the opportunity to become a member of a progressive proactive club that has a strong heritage and continuous focus on developing our future generations in athletics.

We are a fully inclusive, forward-looking club with a dedicated coaching team on hand, we are based in Clydebank, and everyone is welcome.

 

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reasons to run with us!

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Improve Your Confidence

Being part of a team or a group means that you will meet like minded people and make new friends…

Be One of Us

By becoming a Clydesdale Harriers, you will be welcomed to a club that offers more than just physical training facilities…

Get The Chance To Try Something Different

Joining a club is a great way to try something different, who knows, you might be a born champion?

Add Value To Yourself

Its good to think ahead about your future employability and career.

See our events below

Whats On

RACE REPORT: Lindsays scottishathletics National Masters XC Champs – Grant Park Forres
            On Sunday 11th Feb 2024,  the annual Scottish...
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Results: I remember when . .
  Extract from Scottish Cross-Country Results 1965 It’s good to see the club results...
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The Club’s Home Track: Part 3
  In the last post I pointed out: a. that the scarcity of tracks in Scotland, not just in...
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