Manchester Harriers & AC is a thriving, friendly club. We have over 300 members from the age of 7 upwards, and  welcome new members of all abilities. Our main base is at Wythenshawe Park, with training between 6 and 7 on Tuesday & Thursday evenings. Full details of our training are here. If you are looking to join us, you will find some useful information here.

The club was founded in 1886 and was originally based in Fallowfield, Manchester.

We have several athletes who have in recent years won both county and youth games honours. In the past, Manchester Athletes have competed in the Olympics games with Emil Voight winning a Gold medal in the London Olympics of 1908, and in the 1970’s Ricky Wilde won the 3000m European indoor title for Britain in a world indoor best time. You can read a detailed account of the first hundred years in this comprehensive booklet: The First Hundred Years.

The club competes at track and field, cross country and on the road. The fixture list is updated monthly – see our recent posts.

The club organises several events throughout the year, further details of which are here. These include The Primary Schools Cross Country league, Star Track, The Manchester Mile, and the Joe Moran veterans track and field event.

More news, stories and photos can be found on our facebook and twitter pages.