Glasgow Warriors news

Glasgow Warriors were edged out by a stifling defensive performance from Saracens in their opening Heineken Champions Cup encounter, with the English champions taking a 13-3 victory at Scot
Glasgow Warriors returned to winning ways at Scotstoun this evening, overpowering the Dragons for a 29-13 victory.
Stuart Hogg underwent ankle surgery at BMI Ross Hall Hospital yesterday and is expected to be out of action for 10-12 weeks.
Northampton Saints came out on top of a physical battle at Franklin’s Gardens as Glasgow Warriors’ final pre-season fixture ended in defeat.
Glasgow Warriors open the 2018/19 Heineken Champions Cup at home against Saracens, while Edinburgh begin their return to top-tier European rugby away against former Scotland Head Coach Vern Cotter'
Celtic Park will host the 2019 Guinness PRO14 Final on May 25 as the Championship takes another historic step with the showpiece event being held outside of
Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby will contest next season’s 1872 Cup over three rounds, with Scotstoun hosting the final match of the series.
Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors have confirmed the teams set to lock horns in this Saturday’s 1872 Cup decider, the crowing match of Silver Saturday at BT Murrayfield Stadium. 
Scotland international Jamie Bhatti will be staying at Glasgow Warriors until at least May 2019.
Tickets for Scottish Rugby’s showpiece ‘Silver Saturday’ event have gone on sale today (Monday 26 March, 10am) – available at