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4.6
8 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

B

Bob M
"Very accessible and well organised. Living nearby I turned up, ran and went..."

F

Farooq T
"The organisers should be more emphatic about telling runners to stick to their..."

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Sydnee W
"Nice race but won't enter any others due to the fact it felt like poor value..."
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Distances in this event

  1. 10k

    Run 10km
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adidas City Run: Fulham 10K route

Starting on the iconic New Kings Road, the Fulham 10K route will take you on an unforgettable journey through one of London’s most prestigious postcodes on flat, wide roads.

From picturesque Parsons Green through to the bustling Fulham Road – including a loop around the world famous Stamford Bridge stadium, home to Chelsea FC – the Fulham 10K route showcases the very best of this stunning part of the capital.

Once you cross the finish line with a hard earned medal around your neck, you’ll head into our Event Village located on Eel Brook Common where you’ll be able to soak up the post run vibes and recover with some free yoga and massage.

Event details

  • Road
  • Flat
  • Finisher’s medal
  • Finisher’s t-shirt
  • Closed roads
  • Sold out last year
  • 6500 participants

From the organizer

Grab a PB at London's flattest 10K

The second edition of Londons flattest 10K is returning to Fulham on Sunday November 17, providing you with an amazing opportunity to cap off an epic year of running and grab a late season PB.

The inaugural Fulham 10K was a major sell-out, providing an epic finale to the 2018 adidas City Runs series. Whether youre going for the win or just want to finish with a smile, the Fulham 10Ks flat and fast course provides you with the best possible chance of achieving your goals.

Were expecting entries to sell-out once again in 2019, so dont delay in securing your place on the start line!

Fulham Is Yours. Run It.

What’s Included

    FREE TECH T-SHIRT

    So you look the part on the big day. (Worth £25)

    FREE RACE PHOTO ALBUM
    Say hello to your new profile picture!

    PREMIUM MEDAL
    Which is the key to unlocking local discounts

    BESPOKE TRAINING SESSIONS
    Delivered by adidas Runners Captains and GB runners

    Exclusive discounts at local bars and restaurants
Raceday Logistics
Sunday 17th November (all timings are subject to change, final details will be sent closer to the event)

07:30 – Event Village Opens

08:30 – Start Pens Open

09:00 – Run Starts

12:15 – Event Village Closes
Kit List

You must wear your free adidas race day tech t-shirt to the race, as it has your unique race number printed on it (which pairs with your timing chip and allows you to identify your photos)

Spectators
We would love to see spectators on the day! Our Event Village is open to runners and spectators from 07:45 until 13:00 and will be full of entertainment and food and drink vendors for everyone to enjoy. There will be crossing points at various sections of the route, where our Marshals will be on hand to help you.
Volunteers

If you don’t fancy taking part yourself then volunteering is a great way for you to experience an adidas City Run event. We’re always looking for amazing people to volunteer at our events and guarantee you’ll have a fantastic time doing so. If you’re keen to find out more then please email [email protected]

FAQs

Whats the minimum age to enter?

You have to be 16 years old by 31st Dec 2019 to run in our event. Please also note that if you are 15, 16 or 17 years old by the time of entering, you will need to get your parent or guardian to complete a parental consent form

I've entered but can no longer take part, what are my options?

All General Entry runners who can no longer participate in the event more than 30 days prior to the event date. Runners also cannot defer their entry into the following year’s events. Notice of withdrawal will need to be sent too [email protected] stating clearly the desire to withdraw and putting ‘FULHAM withdraw’ in the subject line of the email.

Charity runners must contact the charity they secured a place from directly with any withdrawal requests.

Do I have to wear the free adidas t-shirt?

All runners must wear the free adidas race day t-shirt they receive in advance of the event. This will have your unique race number printed on it which will pair with your timing chip and also be used to identify you for your personal photos.

What's the cutoff time?

Due to road closure timings, the last runner to cross the start line has 1 hour and 40 minutes to finish. Don’t fear, this leaves all of our runners plenty of time to finish – an average speed of 10 minutes/km or 16 minutes/mile to be exact!

adidas City Run: Fulham 10K weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

11°C
Predicted highs
6°C
Predicted lows
IconLight breeze possible, up to 8mph

adidas City Run: Fulham 10K reviews (8)

4.6 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Very accessible and well organised. Living nearby I turned up, ran and went home!
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    The organisers should be more emphatic about telling runners to stick to their waves. The 1st km was too crammed but only because people entered the 1st wave who should have been in the 3rd or 4th. Just spoils pacing at the start. Apart from that it is a great flat and closed course. Thank you Adidas City Runs.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Nice race but won't enter any others due to the fact it felt like poor value for money - Nearly the same price as the London Marathon for just 10k!Was disappointed that we had to run in the tshirt given - this made it impossible to find other friends who were running as everyone looked the same.Goodie bag was also very light considering the amount of marketing and the cost of the entry - one energy bar and a coconut water? The Thames Hare and Hounds manage more than this for their second sunday race and that only costs 5! Overall it was nice to run on closed roads in my local area and the race organisation was fairly good, but it felt like I was paying for the privilege to promote the Adidas brand rather than to run a race. I guess club runners are not your target audience, but if you are promoting local communities as part of the endeavour it would have been nice to have been more engaged as we (Fulham Running Club) are also trying to encourage more local people to take up the sport
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    I absolutely loved it. I only wish I had done the other ones so I could have earned the coveted gold medal! Great idea. Adidas, you rock!!!!
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Very well organised and throughly enjoy the run and manage to get my PB. The best weather for this time of the year with plenty of sunshine.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    When I looked at the race waves I realized it was going to be a big event. Arriving felt like I was entering a race village, lots of people excited for the start. And then it began. A few thousand runners making their way through the streets of Fulham. The first 5k of the route was busy, and the roads were narrow, which made it tricky to get up to speed, but then the second half opened up. We took in the local sites, including Chelsea FC's Stamford Bridge. It was a fun morning, and good to see an area of London I don't speed a lot of time in.

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