10K
Sun 5 May 2024 Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

Great Birmingham Run 10K

Take on a thrilling run at the Midlands' biggest and best running event! Thousands of Brummies pound the streets every year, from the heart of the city with an incredible atmosphere all the way.

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  • Sun 5 May 2024
Centenary Square, Birmingham

10K

09:30

£31

Age 15 & over

  • 10 km road running

Overview

Soak up the incredible atmosphere, high-five your way along the course, experience your finish line moment and bask in the glory of your achievement.

There’s everything you’d expect from the region's top running event – notorious start line hype, top en-route entertainment and an event village that feels more like an after-party – but the carnival atmosphere and the passion and spirit of the runners is all Birmingham.

Highlights

  • Start line DJ, on course music zones, Event Village
  • Bespoke medal, optional t-shirt, finishers' pack
  • Free training plans and support up to event day
  • Run number personalised with your name
  • Exclusive discounts when you sign up
  • Free Great Run series event day tracking app
  • £10 off your next Great Run if you refer a friend

This event is part of Great Birmingham Run.

Event video

  • All fitness levels
  • Event village
  • Families
  • Fancy dress
  • Newcomers
  • Spectators
  • Teams

Timetable

Business Challenge

Get your team moving together this year with the Business Challenge.

  • Accommodation
  • Bag storage
  • Cafe
  • Entertainment
  • Music
  • Paid parking
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Urban

Event HQ

Centenary Square
Birmingham
West Midlands
B1
UK

  • Distance markers
  • Entertainment
  • First aid
  • Marshals
  • Mass start
  • Out and back
  • Sweeper
  • Traffic free
  • Undulating
  • Water stations
  • Wave start
  • Way markers

Description

Starting on Broad Street at Centenary Square, runners for both the 10K and half marathon distances will head for the city’s world-famous Jewellery Quarter, passing the Chamberlain Clock at Warstone Lane and Vyse Street, beautiful St Paul’s Square and a city-centre route that features the Mailbox, Grand Central at New Street station, St Martin’s Church, Southside and Digbeth.

Both distances enjoy a grandstand finish at the Smithfield site near Bullring; home to Commonwealth Games beach volleyball and basketball.

Map

map

  • Public transport links

Sustainability Policy

This event is in the process of updating its Sustainability Strategy in light of its collaborative approach and recent survey. Work to minimise the environmental impacts of this event will continue throughout this process, with particular focus on:

  • Reducing plastic
  • Reducing waste
  • Cutting carbon emissions
  • Responsible procurement

 
In addition, it is striving to improve performance even further by making sure that sustainability is embedded at the heart of the organisation and culture.

Trees not tees

Finisher tees are now optional. You can choose to forgo your finisher tee shirt at the point of entry, and in lieu of this the organiser will make a donation to the National Trust Woodlands Appeal.

The organisers will donate a portion of the fulfilment costs for each runner who chooses this option to the fund and commit that this donation to be a minimum of £20,000 in 2023.

  • Chip timing
  • Goody bag
  • iTAB
  • Medal
  • Race photo
  • Training plan
  • T-shirt

Included

  • The medal

    A shiny new, Great Manchester Run medal, an exclusive finishers t-shirt plus a finisher’s bag filled with goodies.

  • The photos

    Official event day photos available to view and purchase straight after the event, so smile for the cameras!

  • The app

    Event day tracking and results ready to view on the app shortly after you cross the finish line.

  • The discounts

    Access to exclusive runners only discounts and offers via the rewards platform.

Optional extra

  • iTAB

    Make it personal with an iTAB. Order yours when you sign up.

  • T-shirt

    For environmental reasons the official t-shirt is now optional.

Charity places

These charities have places in the event. To secure your place, select a charity, complete the form and follow the instructions.

Health and Medical

Stroke Association

Rebuilding lives after stroke.

  • Running vest
  • Fundraising support
  • Fundraising materials
  • Training plan
  • Training guide
  • Dedicated contact

Sign up
£15

Fundraise
£150

  • Age 15 & over
  • Entries open
  • Charity entries open
  • Enter online
  • Event merch available
  • Race pack by post
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Entry fees

Entry fee

£31.00

The good people of Birmingham are wonderful, turning out in droves all along the route to cheer you on. They are fantastic. The atmosphere in the village is excellent and helps you get your war-face on. Martin

I loved it, great atmosphere throughout the whole course. I will definitely do this again. Amanda

Great event. Lots of different cultural music along the course which was great. Love the name on your number now as it helps hear your name to give you a boost. Jane

I love the atmosphere! Great, lovely, and friendly spectators, marshalls, and fellow runners. The first kilometres seemed difficult because there were hills here and there, but once you faced the flat surfaces, all was well, even though you wanted to rest in between. Haha. Thank you for organising such an amazing event; I hope to rejoin next year! Eunike R

Fantastic welcome from Birmingham for this event. Brilliant support for runners from all hospitality venues around the start. Loved the route. Ginny D

An absolutely amazing day, so well organised, stay were lovely and the crown were amazing. So many people had a great experience and we all helped each other get over the finish line. It was my first half marathon and I completed it in 2 hours 24 with all the help and support, water stations and sweets. Perfectly organised too! Thank you. Gieona C

Excellent route and very well put together event. Lorna H

The atmosphere made the event special. The start in Centenary Square was better than other locations used in the past. The course was tough in parts. Overall, excellent and will do it again! Claire B

Really enjoyable event with amazing organisation and fantastic support!! Thoroughly recommend to anyone thinking about doing a half marathon, you will not be disappointed!! Philip A

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