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Cardiff International Sports Stadium,
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Under 7 - 15


3 sessions a week - Monday, Tuesday and Thursday


Cardiff International Sports Stadium,
Cardiff CF11 8AZ

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National Athletics League

Youth Development League, Upper and Lower

Welsh Junior League

Gwent Cross Country League

National Road Relays, 6 and 12 Stage

Welsh Championships Indoor and Outdoor

All Welsh Road Relays

Current News


May 1st, WA’s Local Junior Competition at Newport On a cool breezy day, a number of Cardiff athletes took part in various events. For most it was their first competition on track since early 2020. They will need a few track competitions to get race fit. 3km U15B Kobe Beltran 1st 9.41.20 ..

Fixtures 2021

All fixtures are restricted due to the COVID guidelines There is no promotion or relegation in any of the league. NAL 6th  June – Yate 3rd July – Yate 7th August – TBC 28 August – Yate YDL Upper U17/20 30th May – Aberdare 27th June – Swansea 2..


Dagenham, London. 100m Aharon Graham-Mulvaney U17M 2 nd 11.87w PB (Lorraine Mulvaney)James Griffiths SM 5th 10.93w SB (Matthew Thomas)Sadie Graham-Mulvaney U20W 2 nd 13.08w SB (Lorraine Mulvaney) 200m Aharon Graham-Mulvaney U17M 3 rd 24.34w SB (Lorraine Mulvaney)James Griffiths SM 3 rd 22.50w ..

Jake Liam Smith

Congratulations to Cardiff Athletic Jake Liam Smith on breaking the Club marathon record at the Cheshire elite Marathon last weekend setting a time of 2:11:00. This was Jakes debut at the distance and his time was 30 seconds under the Tokyo standard (if the Olympic places were..


March 6th Newport. Welsh Elite 10,000m races. These races were held by WA’s to aid runners aiming for Commonwealth Games standards.Races included invitation runners from England. A fast race, was won by Emile Cairess, Leeds City in 28.14.30. James Hunt 4th 28.59.63 pb by nearly 40secs.Mic..

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Hero of the month - Graham Webb

Hero of the Month - Feb 2021

Graham has been a stalwart of the club for many years, coaching, managing and being an integral part of the clubs committee. Over the past few years Graham has been having some health issues but this did not stop him volunteering week in week out. Over the past few weeks Graham has successfully had a Kidney transplant and is recuperating at home but ensuring he is involved with the club and committee.
congratulations and get well soon Graham Webb

Previous heroes
Athlete of the month - Charlie Hurdman

Athlete of the Month - Feb 2021

Charlie had a great run finishing 2nd in the Virtual battle of the Regions 2km with a massive PB.
Well done Charlie

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What does it cost?

Please note all costs below are annual subscription fees, apart from track fees that are payable on each visit.

Standard Categories:

20 years and over - £50

19 years or less - £45

Special Categories:*

Full-time students - £20

Family Membership - £60

Senior Citizen - £20

International Athletes - Free

Welsh Athletics registration:

20 years and over on 1st April - £18.50

Under 20 years on 1st April - £11.00

Track fees:

Paid directly to the stadium for each use. Season tickets available from House of Sport

Club Members over 16 - £3, Under 16 - £2

Non Club Members over 16 - £4, Under 16 - £3


* Full time students: Whilst in higher education at university or equivalent, members are eligible for a reduced rate subscription of £20 per year.

* Family membership is available to parents with children in school and the special family rate covers all family members. No joining fees are payable. Once a child reaches the age of 20 he/she must join the club as an individual member (but does not need to pay a joining fee) and ceases to be a member of the family group.

* International athletes: Any club member that represents his/her country, at senior level, in the Olympic or Paralympic Games, World or European Athletic Championship or Commonwealth Games shall receive free membership.

Any athlete that competes for a Welsh club must be registered with Welsh Athletics and pay an annual registration fee. The current registration fees, which came into effect on 1st April 2016. The Welsh Athletics registration fee is payable to the club at the same time as the club subscription and the club pays this over to Welsh Athletics.




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A proud history

Founded in 1882 Cardiff Amateur Athletics Club is one of the leading clubs in Britain. Club members have enjoyed great success, amassing no less than 142 medals (61 gold) from major championships such as the Olympic Games, World and European Championships and Commonwealth Games.

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