Welcome to Gala Harriers

The Club founded in 1902 is based in Galashiels  in the Scottish Borders. Gala Harriers Junior and senior members take part in a wide range of athletics, from cross country and road running to track and field.  You can get active and  join Gala Harriers, annual membership  available from 1st April 2016. 

 Download Dates for winter events 2016-17 :gala-harriers-autumn-winter-events-list-2016_17156755

 Training Times  (Sessions led by qualified coaches)

Monday – 6:00pm, senior road running session meet inside Queens Centre Melrose Road Galashiels TD1 2AD

Monday – 7:00pm- 8:00pm Strength and conditioning main hall Queen Centre Galashiels Melrose Rd TD1 2AD. This is a total core workout designed for runners. Please arrive at 7pm and get yourself warmed up, session start at 7:15pm. Cost £1 members and £2 non-members.

Tuesday – 6.30pm, senior road running session Queens Centre Melrose Rd Galashiels TD1 2AD.

Tuesday – 6:15pm Competing Juniors Tweedbank Sports Complex TD1 3RS

Thursday Tweedbank Sports Complex Tweedbank TD1 3RS

All year          6.15pm – 7:30pm, senior track session, suitable for all levels.

Winter           6:15pm – 7:30pm Competing Juniors.

Winter          6:15pm – 7:30pm 20th Oct 16-23rd March 17. Non competing Juniors indoor session Queen Centre Melrose Rd

Summer         6:15pm Athletics run, Jump and throw. March – September and is for all Junior athletes.


  • “Harriers Open Cross Country League Fixtures at Stirling 

    Gala Harriers opened their Cross Country league campaign at an extremely wet Stirling University on Saturday. With the junior harriers once again making up part of the successful Team Borders franchise, it was down to the seniors to pull on the green and white vest.  With a busy start to the season, the senior ladies
  • A CHALLENGING DAY FOR TEAM BORDERS East District Stirling 15th Oct 2016

    The early October dry spell broke with vengeance at Stirling on Saturday for the first round of the East District Cross-Country League with Team Borders defending two age-group titles. The sometimes torrential rain, churned up course and mushy numbers made it a challenging day for runners, officials and spectators alike. With a good few potential