Glasgow Rowing Club is one of the most successful rowing clubs in Scotland.
Available times for rowing / training:
- The club is open from 3:30 until 7:30 for rowing and training.
- The club is open from 5:00 until 7:00 for land-based training.
- 8:30 - Training. First outing - get yourself organized in your chosen boat.
- 10:30 - Improvers. Second outing - volunteers needed to boat an 8 including the recent learners.
Sundays / Tuesday evenings - check with Captain, if you don't have keys
Beginners - please get in touch, via
- the 'contacts' page on this site and we'll let you know when the next learn to row sessions will be.
- To promote active rowing and to encourage and aid the attainment of a high competitive standard among members of the club.
- To encourage rowing for purely recreational purposes.
- To foster and encourage youth rowing.
- To promote the sport of rowing within the city of Glasgow.
- To encourage from a health point of view to appreciate that becoming healthy can be fun.
- To educate people within the sport and also in the community about the safety aspects of the river and how to be able to use it safely.
- To learn all aspects of teamwork and appreciation of individual's strengths and weaknesses and also to help bring people together and enjoy the social aspects of the sport.
- To do all other such things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects, having no regard to ethnic, religious or political difference.
- Finally - and most importantly - the aim for everyone is to enjoy themselves - very simple but extremely important!
GRC racing in London
The club has a new boathouse and a wide range of boats ranging from trainers, single sculls, doubles, fours and eights
The club has its own gym equipped with rowing machines, weights and other exercise equipment.