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Glasgow Hawks is one of Scotland's leading rugby clubs.

Founded in 1997 through the amalgamation of Glasgow Academicals and GHK, the club has been Scottish Champions 3 times, Scottish Cup Winners 3 times and 38 players who have worn the Hawks jersey have gone onto play professional rugby.

In association with our two founder clubs we run ten teams and continue to provide players in Glasgow and the West of Scotland with the opportunity to play rugby at whatever level they choose.

Our professional and volunteer staff are committed to giving all our players the best possible coaching and welfare.

Glasgow Hawks Sports Trust.
  Rugby for all.


In May 2009, The Glasgow Hawks Sports Trust was granted charity status and the Memorandum & Articles states that:

The objects of the Trust shall be to promote and encourage the participation of all persons (including, in particular, children and young adults) in the sport of rugby in Glasgow and the vicinity thereof (“Local Community”); to provide facilities and activities relating to sport and sports coaching with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or coaching are provided; and to promote, facilitate, fund, provide and encourage sports coaching in the Local Community and projects charitable in law beneficial to the community.


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Glasgow Hawks vital statistics:

1997  Glasgow Hawks founded
1998  Division 2 Winners
1998  Scottish Cup Winners
2000  Scottish Cup Runners-up
2002  Scottish Cup Runners-up
2003  Integrated Tournament Runners-up
2004  Premier Division 1 Winners
2004  Scottish Cup Winners
2005  Premier Division 1 Winners
2006  Premier Division 1 Winners
2007  Scottish Cup Winners
2009 Scottish Shield Winners
2013 National League Winners

2014 Scottish Cup Runners-up

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