Falkirk Victoria Harriers caters for runners and athletes of all ages and abilities. We are a competing club, participating in various competitions and athletics leagues around Scotland throughout the year, including track & field, road running and cross-country.

Training groups are based mainly in the Falkirk district although we have members throughout the country. New members are always welcome – click here for details.



Return to Training – March 2021 Guidelines and Grangemouth Stadium Re-opening

We are pleased to say the Stadium is planning to reopen from Thursday 18th March 2021. Initially the Stadium will only open Tuesdays and Thursdays 3.30 pm to 9pm.However numbers and athlete flow will be managed which has all been agreed after long discussions with all parties. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be club nights. Athletes … Continue reading Return to Training – March 2021 Guidelines and Grangemouth Stadium Re-opening

Covid-19: Return to training for groups of up to 30 for U12s and 15 for teenagers and adults

COVID-19 scottishathletics has updated guidance for sport and physical activity from sportscotland. Following the link above and check the documents dated 11/03/21 for further detail. We’re pleased to say these moves bring about a return to group training from Friday – up to 30 athletes and coaches at U12 age group; 12-17 year-olds – groups … Continue reading Covid-19: Return to training for groups of up to 30 for U12s and 15 for teenagers and adults

SAL Virtual

I’m sure many of you will long remember the torrential rain that accompanied the Christmas Handicaps and 1500m TT in December. That was the start of the 2021 Road Series, and now with lighter days and hopefully better weather, as well as a return to group training, it’s time to set the next challenge for … Continue reading SAL Virtual

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About Us

One of Scotland’s best known athletics establishments, Falkirk Victoria Harriers (FVH), celebrated its centenary in August 2001. Formed in August 1901, FVH has come a long way since its start as a traditional ‘Harrier’ club. Then, the big event of the year was the annual 10-mile handicap race for the Zetland Trophy which took place every New Year’s Day round the half-mile cinder track (which still exists) in Victoria Park, Falkirk and attracted a large paying audience!

Since the opening of the all-weather track at Grangemouth, and the founding of ladies section in the 1960’s, FVH has continued to grow both in numbers and success. Today the club offers competition for athletes all year round, with teams in all the main track & field leagues during the summer while focussing in winter on all the major Cross Country events as well as the Scottish Athletics Indoor Leagues at the Emirate’s Glasgow for age groups up to Under 20.

The club is extremely fortunate to have one of the best facilities in the country – Grangemouth Stadium – at which to train with the Indoor Centre of Excellence being extremely beneficial. Proof of this is evident in that the club currently boasts Scottish Champions in all age groups in a variety of events. Training sessions, regularly attended by 50 or 60 under the watchful eye of Senior Coaches , Willie Sharp and David Lothian and a dozen other club coaches, are held at Grangemouth on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, though individual coaches and their athletes hold extra sessions at other times.

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