NEXT HOME GAME: It’s a HUGE home game on Wednesday 18th March when the Dundee Stars come to Braehead Arena (7:30pm face-off). This game could be MASSIVE in race for the EIHL Playoffs, so as ever, we’ll need the Purple Army right behind us.

Don’t miss out, buy your tickets online HERE, by calling the ticket hotline on 0844 499 1700 or direct at the Braehead Arena box office (Thursday 12 noon to 9pm, Friday 12 noon to 5pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm).

Glasgow Clan are delighted to announce that in conjunction with our charity partners at Pancreatic Cancer Scotland and Ronald McDonald House Glasgow Clan staff, players and volunteers will be raising funds with the Kiltwalk this April and we’re inviting all of the Purple Army to join us!

The Glasgow Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 26th of April with the longest walk starting at Glasgow Green. Walkers can either begin from 10 am or 10.30 am (we’ll be active in both). There are shorter options available if you do not wish to partake in the full 23-mile walk. For further details and prices please visit HERE.

We’ve decided to add a bit of healthy competition into the mix, with us forming two teams in our  ‘Clash of the Clans’ – Clan PCS and Clan McDonald with each raising funds for their respective charities.

To join either team simply select either charity to be the recipient of your fundraising when signing up to do the Kiltwalk HERE and search and join either team during your registration. Please note that there are two Ronald McDonald House options, one listed “Charities” at the end and one “RMH Glasgow”, it is the latter that Clan are connected with.

Kilts and Clan wear are optional but recommended!

Helen Craig, House Director of Ronald McDonald House Glasgow said on the event:

Ronald McDonald House Glasgow have been in safe mitts this year being one of the Glasgow Clans chosen charities. Along with Pancreatic Cancer Scotland we are delighted to encourage the Purple Army to don some tartan and stride out with pride at the Glasgow Kiltwalk to help raise awareness and funds in this ‘Clash of the Clans’.”

Whilst Murray Easton, Head of Fundraising at Pancreatic Cancer Scotland stated:

“Our partnership and friendship with Glasgow Clan has helped raise much needed funds and awareness to help Pancreatic Cancer Scotland . We are delighted that Tracy and the team are taking on the challenge of the Kiltwalk and are positive that the Purple Army will consider joining her team or help by sponsoring. We have seen so much passion, determination and commitment through our partnership and friendship with the Clan.

Don’t worry, if you’re not able to take part you can still donate! All donations are also being topped up 50% extra by The Hunter Foundation, so please help if you can.

To donate, please visit the page of the individual you would like to support. If you’re looking to donate immediately visit Tracy Ross’ page HERE for PCS or Sean Skelly’s page HERE for Ronald McDonald House Glasgow.

For more details on the Kiltwalk please visit the events homepage.