Popular Searches

Find out more about the 2022 Standard Chartered Great City Race

How to enter

Entries for the Standard Chartered Great City Race

Entries for the 2022 Standard Chartered Great City Race have now sold out. Good luck to all teams taking part on Tuesday 6 September this year!

If you would like to take part in the 2023 Standard Chartered Great City Race, we'll let you know how you can register your team's interest soon, so please keep an eye on this page for more details.

Medal and T-shirt for all finishers

The entry fee for the mass event is £30 per person, while the virtual event entry fee is £15 for runners in the UK, and £20 for people who live outside the UK to cover international postage. All finishers will receive a medal and an exclusive New Balance technical T-shirt (retail value £35). 


£5 per virtual event entry and £10 per mass event entry will be donated to Futuremakers, a global initiative to tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion.

Stunning route

The event’s impressive City of London route will take in several famous landmarks, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower 42 and the Bank of England.

Your team

Teams must include at least four mass event participants. The Team Captain can pay and secure places up front, before assigning them to team members.

Virtual event

The virtual event is the perfect opportunity for colleagues who are unable to make it to London to still run as part of your team on Tuesday 6 September, from wherever they are in the world.

Whether you all run together on the City of London course, or virtually on the same day, you’re sure to do your company proud. We look forward to welcoming you and your team to the 2022 Standard Chartered Great City Race in July!

Futuremakers logo

Run for Futuremakers

The official beneficiary for the Standard Chartered Great City Race, Futuremakers enables disadvantaged young people to gain new skills and expertise to improve their chances of securing a job or starting their own business. Why not fundraise for Futuremakers as part of the 2022 event?