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This is recognised as one of the best 10k runs in the UK. Run For All put on a fantastically organised event which is very family friendly and offers all age groups an opportunity to run around the city of Sheffield. Nothing better than a relatively flat course, epic atmosphere and a medal.

Review summary

3 Reviews
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  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere


Anthony S
"Great race, well organised and park and rides are great with £3 deals for..."


De fern
"Disregard for Greystones residents. Unable to take elderly mother to church as..."


Charlotte S
"I'm a big fan of the Asda Foundation Run for All events. This was the first..."
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How to enter the Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K

  1. 10k

    Run 10km
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  2. Junior Run

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  3. Mini Run

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Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K routes


Runners will take on a fantastic city centre route, starting in Arundel Gate, and taking runners on a journey along Charter Row and along Ecclesall Road, before skirting the edges of pretty Endcliffe Park.

It continues along Riverdale Road, along Endcliffe Vale Road, close to the Botanical Gardens, then travels down Brocco Bank and back to an exhilarating city center finish.


The team of pacers, sponsored by Arla Protein, are from Steel City Striders and will be on hand to support you on your run.

They’ll have flags attached to them with finish times and will run at a steady pace to help you pace your own run and achieve a target time.

Our pacers will be pacing at 5 minute intervals between 40 minutes and 1 hour 30 minutes.
They’re all very friendly and don’t bite!

Go have a chat with them before the event and be sure to say thanks once you have crossed the finish line.


It’s so important to stay hydrated! You’ll find a water station on course at 5K and there will also be water at the finish. All water at today’s event has been kindly donated by the Asda Foundation.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Chip timing – and a text at the finish, if you register your mobile number
  • Finisher’s goody bag with post-race treats
  • Quality tech T-shirt
  • Exclusive medal
  • An experience to remember!
  • Marshalled event
  • Licensed course
  • Sign-posted route
  • Baggage drop-off
  • Pacers
  • Water stations
  • Massage
  • Medical facilities
  • Event village
Raceday Logistics


Your race number will posted to the address that you entered when you registered for the event. Race numbers will start to be posted to your registered address from around 7 -10 days prior to the event. If you register on event week, then you will need to collect your race number from our race office on event weekend.

  • If you register before 12th August then you should expect to receive your race number from the 6th September.
  • If you register between the 13th August and 11th September, you should expect to receive your race number in event week.
  • If you register between 12th September and the Friday of event week you will need to collect your race number from the Race Office during the event weekend.


07:30 – Race office, baggage store and assembly areas open to participants

09:10 – Mass warm up

09:30 – Race starts

10:00 - First male finisher expected

10:05 - First female finisher expected

11:40 - Sheffield Mini and Junior warm up

11:45 - Junior Run starts

11:50 - Mini run starts


You will be able to drop your bags at the baggage store on Surrey Street which is located between Tudor Square and Peace Gardens before your race and collect it after running.

Got some fans? Please arrange to meet your friends and family in the event village. This will
help us keep the finish area clear and safe.


Toilets are available in the Event Village and on Surrey Street - these will all be clearly signposted.


Your Race Office is located in the Event Village and open between 12.00pm – 3.00pm on Saturday and then from 7.30am on Sunday. Please note, if you have already received your race number, you don’t have to register on the day... you’re all set to go!


Available for that all important rub down once you’ve finished.

Tudor Square, hosting our Event Village, is the perfect place to meet friends and family post-race.

As well as the medical staff on the course, there will be a combination of first aid points and roaming first aiders around the event village. Please see the event village map for the locations of first aid and make yourself familiar with the whereabouts of these facilities.


Please be aware that a number of roads will be affected by closures on the day. Road closure advice will be issued prior to the event. Please check back nearer the time for more information.

The event will require the closure of roads and road junctions as well as the suspension of a number of Traffic Regulation Orders between 04:00 until 16:00 on the Sunday

Please follow this link for further information on road closures -
Kit List

Normal running gear is perfect for this event. Please wear suitable running shoes and it is advised that your bring some warm clothes for after the race.


This is a great spectator event and they generate a real-buzz carrying the runners from the start line all the way to the finish line.


Without the support of the amazing Eventeers, this charity run wouldn’t be possible. Groups supporting on event day include Norbury Hall Army Cadets. All the finish line smiles and many pounds raised at this 10K are products of their hard work. Please take the time to give them a big thank you and a high-five on-course when you grab your water, or at the finish when they hand you your goody bag with your t-shirt, medal and a selection of goodies.

What is the age limit for this event?

Entrants must be 15 years or over on event day.

Who to contact with any special requirements?

Run For All encourage people of all abilities to take part in the Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K. Please contact us in advance with any specific requirements and we shall do our utmost to cater to these.

Where did it all start?

A warm welcome to the super sporting city of Sheffield for one of the region’s biggest 10Ks!
Run For All, in partnership with Sheffield City Council, took over the organisation of the
event in 2016 and with that launched a brand new and exciting route. Since then, the Asda
Foundation Sheffield 10K has grown in popularity and established itself as a highlight of the
Asda Foundation 10K Series.

Our runners can look forward to tremendous support as they make their way around
the event’s fantastic city centre route. Starting and finishing on Arundel Gate, it takes the
entrants on a journey along Charter Row and Ecclesall Road, before skirting the edges of
the pretty Endcliffe Park.

It continues along Riverdale Road, Endcliffe Vale Road, close to the Botanical Gardens,
then travels down Brocco Bank and back to an exhilarating city centre finish.

What should I expect?

Arena Group Mini and Junior Runs
The Arena Group Mini and Junior Runs are back for all the keen youngsters out there who love running just as much as the adults. With a 1.5K and 2.5K route, it’s a great introduction to running.

Corporate challenge
Bringing back the ultimate team challenge across businesses in Sheffield. Businesses battle it out to be crowned the fastest team in the event.

FOR ALL atmosphere
At Run For All we pride our events on being FOR ALL - this 10K is no different. So, whatever your personal goals, you can enjoy the incredibly inclusive spirit and feel good running!

Need a hand with something? You won’t be able to miss our fluorescent yellow army of smiling Eventeers who will be happy to help.

It’s not just the super supportive crowds that will keep your legs pumping this year, we’ll also have cheer stations and acts such as Glee Bah Gum and Sheffield Music Hub providing entertainment on route!


What’s in it?
Don’t worry if your race pack seems a little light. Your timing chip is already attached to your race number. You also have a tear-off strip attached to your race number should you choose to use the baggage drop-off facilities.

How should I wear my race number?
Please make sure that your number is fixed to the front of your t-shirt or running vest. It must be clearly visible.

Where will I need my race number?
You will need your number to access the start line assembly zones and to use the baggage store.

What about Season Ticket holders?
You will get extra instructions in your Season Ticket race pack.

What do I do with my number if I can’t take part?
If for any reason you can’t take part on race day, it is vital that you do not let someone else use your race number. Your race number is registered specifically to you and used to identify runners when there is a medical emergency.

What happens if you do not receive your race number?

If you have not received your race number when it should have been posted or you have lost your race number, please come to the Race Office during at either of the above times.

Are race numbers interchangeable?

Race numbers are not interchangeable and entries cannot be assigned, transferred, sold or gifted to any third party. Do not under any circumstances allow anybody else to run with your race number. Amongst other issues, this can create major problems for the medical team should they need to treat unknown runners.

What to do with your race number after the event?

Your bib + timing chip does not need to be collected in after the event. It can be disposed of in general waste, or kept as a memento of your race day!


What to do with your race number?

If you’ve received your number through the post prior to event day then make sure to keep your race number in a warm, dry and safe place that’s well away from mischievous pets and your clumsy family members. To be extra prepared, pin your race number to your race top or vest, then there’s no way you could possibly lose it.

What to do with your timing strip?

You’ll find your timing strip attached to your race number. It will become activated once you cross the start line timing mat. Your time will then be recorded until your reach the finish line

What to do with your baggage tag?
Your baggage tag is a tear-off strip that you’ll find attached to the bottom of your race number. If you’re planning to use the event baggage store, please ensure that your baggage tag is removed from your race number and securely attached to your bag ready for race day. This must be attached prior to handing your bag over on race day to the Eventeers.


Are headphones allowed?

If you want to listen to music as you run, it’s important to make sure you can still hear what’s
going on around you during the race. We therefore recommend Aftershokz who are the official headphone provider for Run For All. They use bone conduction to deliver sound through the cheekbones to your inner ear. This means that you can enjoy your music and still hear everything around you, including marshal instructions, emergency vehicles and fellow competitors. It is vital that you are aware of your surroundings all around the course.

Can I run with a child in a pushchair/running buggy/sling?

No, unfortunately, for safety reasons you can’t run with a child under the age of 15 in any circumstances.

Can I run with my dog?

Sorry, but no.

I am a wheelchair user or have specific access requirements, can I take part?

Yes, of course. If you are a wheelchair user, please ensure you enter under the correct entry type when registering. If you are to be aided around the course, either by being pushed or assisted, by a guide runner, your guide runner must also be a registered participant in the event, however this entry is complimentary. Please submit an enquiry form with your registration ID to advise us of your specific requirements. We recommend that only experienced wheelchair racers attempt the courses unaided.

I am a visually impaired runner, can I take part?

Yes! UKA recommend a visually impaired participant takes part with a guide runner. For more information regarding guide runners please see the England Athletics website. Entry for a guide runner is complimentary. Please submit a ‘Contact Us’ form to advise us you need a free place for a guide runner.


Where will results be posted?

It’s not all about time, but if you fancy knowing how quickly you conquered the 10K after the race, then head to If you registered your mobile number when entering the event you will receive a text message shortly after you cross the line confirming your official finish time.

Where will the photos be uploaded?
Smile! The team from Marathon Photos will be on-course and at the finish line to help capture your 10K memories. Photographs can be purchased after the event online at It may take up to a week for all photographs to be uploaded so don’t panic if your photos aren’t available straight away.

Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

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Run For All is Not for Profit. An entry to a Run For All event helps support great causes, part of the legacy of late amateur athlete and fundraiser Jane Tomlinson CBE. From Fun Run to Marathon, we welcome all ages and abilities - we really are For All. Run For All is part of the lasting legacy of the late amateur athlete and fundraiser Jane Tomlinson CBE. Jane, from Leeds, made headlines around the world by taking part in a series of incredible endurance events - despite being diagnosed with an incurable cancer. The mum-of-three defied her devastating diagnosis to complete challenge after challenge – from marathons and triathlons to ironman contests and cross-Europe cycle rides. Her final – and toughest – endeavour was a 4,200-mile bike ride across the breadth of America in 2006. It was a gruelling challenge that even an athlete in the peak of fitness would find daunting, let alone someone fighting cancer. As ever, though, Jane battled on to somehow realise her goal. Every year tens of thousands of people take part in our popular events – running for charity, for a personal challenge or just for fun.

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Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K reviews (3)

3.7 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the 10k in 2019

    Great race, well organised and park and rides are great with £3 deals for runners on the trams. Really nice runners area at the start with plenty of things happening
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    De fern

    Did the 10k in 2019

    Disregard for Greystones residents. Unable to take elderly mother to church as all routes out of Greystones closed and no clear directions on how to get out. Awful selfish ignorant organisationnof this event.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    I'm a big fan of the Asda Foundation Run for All events. This was the first time doing the Sheffield 10k and I was running with a friend for the first time too. I stayed over in Sheffield the night before and I did find that parking was a little hard to find so would probably go into the centre via tram as they were offering a discount for runners and their supporters. Plenty of loo's and the cafe open in the Winter Gardens before the race too.Nice route, does include some hills so beware of that if you are not used to them (I'm from Hull, we don't have hills.)Great atmosphere, and great support, plus a really good event village that includes free post run massage and free medal engraving.
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