Along with Dundee Stars and Fife Flyers, Glasgow Clan are one of the three Scottish clubs the participate in the British league. They formed in 2010 as Braehead Clan, changing their name to Glasgow Clan in 2018, in order to illustrate their closeness to Scotland’s second city. They are Glasgow’s only professional ice hockey team, and have developed significantly over the years to become a club the city is proud of. Glasgow clan currently call the Braehead Arena their home, having done so since their inception. Their seasons lasts from September until April, with 52 games in total, split between their home and away stadiums, throughout regular seasons, and occasionally play extra when they compete in the Gardiner conference that they won in 2012/13. The team pride themselves in being in touch with their community. Not only does the club gain followers each year, but they also connect with their surrounding society through promoting healthy and active living. The stadium attendance levels have grown from 800 in their early days to over 3,000, and the rebranding sought to tribute the wealth of support felt from the West of Scotland.