GLASGOW Warriors have issued an update on the timescale that their clubhouse will remain closed for. 

Having been forced to close on September 28 after RAAC was discovered to have been used in the construction of Scotstoun's Outdoor Hall, it has been revealed it will be closed for the "foreseeable future".

The update was released ahead of the rugby side's game against Leinster this Sunday.

Having been used at The Clubhouse by the West End team in the past, they have confirmed that they have looked for other replacements to host fans but "no suitable alternatives" have been found

The Warriors also confirmed that they are in discussions with Glasgow Life about setting up a new clubhouse in the main leisure centre at the Scotstoun Sports Campus for future games. 

In a statement released on social media, the rugby side said: "Glasgow Warriors can provide the following update on the clubhouse ahead of Sunday's opening BKT United Rugby Championship match against Leinster.

"Stadium operators Glasgow Life are waiting for the report of the survey of the building to understand the extent to which RAAC was used in the hall's construction. Therefore the clubhouse will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

"There has also been no suitable alternative indoor bar solution found for Sunday's match. However, the club is working with Glasgow Life to implement a new clubhouse in the main leisure centre building going forward from the Stormers match in two weeks' time."