Now, the Warriors compete on two of the biggest stages in world club rugby, the GUINNESS PRO12 and European Rugby Champions Cup.
Alongside a host of Scotland internationals including Stuart Hogg, Finn Russell and Jonny Gray, the Warriors ranks have been boosted in recent times with world-class international signings, such as Josh Strauss and Simone Favaro.
The Warriors are led on the field by Jonny Gray, who took the reigns from Al Kellock after he led the club for nine seasons.
On the sidelines there is an experienced coaching staff, headed up by Scottish rugby legend Gregor Townsend. He is assisted by Matt Taylor, Dan McFarland and Kenny Murray.
From season 2012/13, the club started playing home matches at Scotstoun Stadium, in partnership with Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life. Prior to that Scotstoun was already the club’s training and administrative base.
Since the move, Glasgow’s reputation has grown with the crowds now getting attendances of 6,800 for matches.
In season 2015/16, the club had 5,500 season ticket holders.