Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2019

When: Saturday 25 May 2019 - Sunday 26 May 2019

Where: Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH7 6AE

The Edinburgh Marathon Festival is Scotland’s largest running festival of its kind with over 30,000 runners expected to take part in 2019. With seven races on offer over two days including the marathon, half marathon, team relay, 10k, 5k and junior races, there really is something for everyone!

Looking for a place

You can sign up for this event through the event organiser’s website. Once you have purchased your place in your chosen event. Join our team!

Already got a place

Have you already got your Edinburgh Marathon Festival login details and paid for your place?

Join our team for this fantastic event, raise whatever you can, and help support children and young people with cancer.

Join Team CLIC Sargent

When you run for us, we tailor our fundraising and training support specifically to you. Tell us what you need and we’ll get on it. By running for us, you’re helping to make a difference for children and young people with cancer. The least we can do is show you how much we appreciate it.

  • You’ll have free access to our online training zone
  • We’ll send you a snazzy CLIC Sargent running vest
  • We’ll shower you with advice, ideas and materials to get the money rolling in, and if you ever need us we’re only a phone call away
Sign up

Find out more

If you have any questions or would like any more information please contact our Events team on 0845 602 4770 or sports@clicsargent.org.uk.

More about event location

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

London Road, Edinburgh EH7 6AE, UK

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