Become an Eagle!

Ealing Eagles Running Club is a friendly club welcoming members of all standards from beginners to competitive runners.

In order to join the main club, we have one small joining requirement which is that you should be able to run 5k without walking breaks, at any pace. If you are not able to do this please take a look at our free Beginners Programme so we can help you start your running journey! 

If you are an existing runner and want to join the club, please complete the registration form below. Our Membership Secretary will then send you a link to allow you to pay your membership fee. The annual membership is £30, which includes England Athletics membership (£14). 

Please be aware that filling in these details indicates to us that you are ready to join up - if you're not sure or want more information first please contact us here. 

It's important to note that the membership process is coordinated by the club but processed through England Athletics, and it is not an automated system. The club is run completely by volunteers, so please be patient if it takes us a few days to come back to you. It is also worth checking all of your email folders for communications from us, as sometimes our emails are sadly labelled as 'junk'! 

You will be a member of the club once your registration and membership payment are completed. 

Please make sure you tell us if you are joining as a first claim member or a second claim member. If you are not a member of another running club, then you will be a first claim member. If you are a member of another running club and plan to remain part of that club as well as joining the Eagles, then you should indicate that you are joining as a second claim member. 
Name *
Name
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Address *
Address
Please tell us whether you are joining as a first or second claim member
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H&S Policy 1 *
Members should familiarise themselves with the club H&S guidelines. These guidelines include advice on weather, terrain, personal limitations and protecting your fellow club members. As a member you have a responsibility to do your best to prevent harm to yourself, other club members or members of the public. As a member you should acknowledge that you have a duty of care to not wilfully injure yourself or others by any negligent acts or omissions.