Men's 10K Glasgow 2018

Register for the Men's 10K Glasgow Already got a place? Sign up to raise money for Marie Curie


Event type
Minimum fundraising
Registration fee
Minimum age

You need to be a minimum of 15 years old to take part in this event.

0845 052 4184
Riverside Transport Museum
100 Pointhouse Road
G3 8RS

The Men's 10K Glasgow declares itself the run for men in west Scotland. 

The 10km race starts at the spectacular setting of the Riverside Transport Museum. You’ll run alongside the River Clyde and weave through city streets.

Cheering crowds will be there to spur you towards the finish line at George Square. On the go since 2004, the event sees men rallying together in the buzzing city of Glasgow.

Will you join them and become a Glasgow Men’s 10K runner for Marie Curie?

How to run for Marie Curie

You can register for one of Marie Curie's charity places. The registration fee is £15 and we ask that you commit to raising £180. This will help Marie Curie Nurses continue to care for people living with a terminal illness. 

Why run for Marie Curie?

Anyone who decides to complete a race for Marie Curie becomes part of our team – Team Marie Curie. The money you raise will make a huge difference to people living with a terminal illness and their families. 

You’ll receive fantastic support – from the moment you sign up to run for us until you cross the finish line. 

Register for this event and you’ll receive: 

  • a Marie Curie running vest
  • temporary tattoos
  • training guides
  • support from our dedicated fundraising team
  • an online fundraising pack to help you smash your fundraising target.

Raise sponsorship money online

Want a quick and easy way to start raising money? Set up an online fundraising page and in a just few clicks, you'll be on your way to reaching your sponsorship goal.

Any other questions?

For more information or to secure your place, get in touch with our events team. Email or call 0845 052 4184.

Register for the Men's 10K Glasgow Already got a place? Sign up to raise money for Marie Curie