Join #TeamHospice for this year's Belfast City Marathon!
The organisers of this year’s Belfast City Marathon are pleased to announce that the rescheduled 39th Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon will go ahead this year, following delays due to COVID-19.
However, due to severe congestion of other cultural events in Belfast during September, the planned date (19th September 2021) has been changed to Sunday 3rd October 2021 to ensure all participants can compete safely to a standard which they are accustomed to.
All registered entrants will AUTOMATICALLY transfer to the new date of 3rd October, so your place is safe.
If this date does not suit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before 30th June 2021 for a deferral, transfer of name/event or full refund.
There are a variety of different options to choose from this year!
Age requirements depend on what element of the marathon you are taking part in. Click on your preferred option above to find out the specific details. Final entry deadline is Midnight Friday 27th August 2021.
What will I receive as part of #TeamHospice?
To help you with your fundraising, we'll provide you with a fundraising pack, support from a dedicated fundraiser, balloons, buckets, sponsorship forms and more to help you reach your target!
And of course... the loudest and most supportive cheerers on the course!
To request your free fundraising pack, simply fill out the form below. Alternatively, please email email@example.com or call 028 9077 7123.
How to enter
1. It’s really easy to sign up! Simply head to the Belfast City Marathon website to register your space and select Northern Ireland Hospice or Northern Ireland Children's as your chosen charity.
2. Let us know that you are taking part in support of us by filling out the form below and we will send you your FREE fundraising pack.
3. Start your fundraising! Set up your fundraising page using JustGiving or GivePenny, and encourage your family and friends to sponsor you!
Your support in this year’s Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon means that we can continue to care for local babies, children and adults across Northern Ireland living with a life-limiting or life-threatening illness.