England Athletics knows that athletes lie at the centre of our sport. That is why we work hard to attract athletes into the sport and then provide them with the support they need.
Many of the services that are available to athletes are accessed through being part of an athletics club that is affiliated to England Athletics. There is a wide range of clubs so you can join a club which supports your level or aspiration and ability. A club will open the door to all kinds of competitions and opportunities for you. Joining a club means you can become a registered athlete and enjoy many of the benefits this brings. Athlete registration is carried out through affiliated clubs - individuals can not register with England Athletics.
Click here for more information about Athlete registration, including advice regarding the registration requirements included as part of the UKA Rules for Competition 2016 please click here. Or see the 'Athlete Registration' section.
Becoming a registered athlete
Once you are a registered athlete you will be sent an athlete pack including a competition licence. You will also receive a username and password which enable you to log in to the registered athlete portal at www.englandathletics.org/registered-athlete. Here you can ensure your contact details are up to date and you are opted in to receive the latest information and offers for athletes.
Find out more about athlete registration at www.englandathletics.org/registration.
England Athletics competitions
Find details of our championships and those of our partners at www.englandathletics.org/championships.
Note that it is not intended that this section should provide a list of all competitions in England, it only covers those held by, and supported by England Athletics.
Finding a good coach
One of the most important services available to athletes is effective coaching. This is fundamental if you want to maximise your performance and enjoyment, and also to reduce the risk of injury through inappropriate training. Most coaches operate through coaches which is another reason it is important to find a good club.To find out more about the work of England Athletics on this front visit the Coaching section of our website.
England Teams and Selections
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Note that the athlete code of conduct, as well as those for coaches, officials and others involved in the sport can be accessed on the British Athletics website. Athletes involved in competition are also bound by the UKA Rules for Competition.
- Click here to download the Code of Conduct
- Click here to view or download the Rules for Competition
- Click here for guidance on athlete behaviour
Looking for more assistance?
If you require further information or assistance please contact your local England Athletics staff. Their details are in the Your Area section of this website.