TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2020


Join #TeamARUK using your own place

If you already have a place in this event, do let us know.
There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.

Apply for a #TeamARUK charity place

Registration Fee: £30
Minimum sponsorship: £500

Join #TeamARUK for this fast, flat and scenic route through Amsterdam!

The TCS Amsterdam Marathon is ranked the world’s sixth fastest marathon in the world, set in the Netherlands’ beautiful capital. Starting at the Olympic stadium, this flat, scenic route will lead you past some of Amsterdam’s most iconic landmarks.

As you run along the canals and past the windmills, you will see the Rijksmuseum and the Business Centre Zuidas. You’ll then run along the River Amstel and through Vondelpark before finishing back at the grandstand in the Olympic Stadium, where you will receive a bespoke medal for your achievement.

Join #TeamARUK for this popular multinational event and run alongside 17,500 other runners from over 140 different countries! Make the miles count, for dementia research. Together we will make breakthroughs possible.

Plus, why not also sign up for the event’s exclusive pasta party the night before, to prepare you for the big day?

Find this event

Olympisch Stadion 2, Amsterdam, 1076 DE, United Kingdom.

When you join #TeamARUK you’ll receive:

  • Help and support from a dedicated fundraising team.
  • A fundraising pack bursting with hints and tips.
  • A free Alzheimer’s Research UK running vest or technical t-shirt.
  • Access to fundraising materials, cheer packs for friends and family, and more.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the Fundraising team.

If you like what you see but can’t make this event, why not check out our full events calendar and find something that suits you? Click here to explore.


Our work isn’t possible without amazing supporters like you, and by running for Alzheimer’s Research UK you’re funding pioneering research to change the lives of people with dementia and their families.