Welcome message from the chairperson
Welcome to Radley AC, the premier athletics Club in Oxfordshire. We pride ourselves in offering a full range of athletics activities for all ages, abilities and interests. So whatever level you wish to compete in be it local, county or make the Olympic team we will help you achieve your goals and reach your potential within a safe, inclusive and fun environment.
Kay Reynolds, Chairperson
Radley Athletic Club provides coaching and competitive opportunities in track and field athletics for all ages and abilities. This includes running, jumping and throwing during the summer and also cross country running, Sportshall and indoor athletics during the winter months.
We have a very strong, successful and well established junior and senior sections who compete at local and regional levels winning a wide range of finals, league titles and trophies.
All our members have the opportunity to represent the Club in a diverse range of athletics events. The main athletics leagues we compete in are:
Summer track and field leagues
- Heart of England Athletics League (U11 – U17)
- Oxfordshire Junior League (U9 – U17)
- Southern Athletics League (primarily Senior and Master but U17 upwards are also welcome)
- UK Youth Development League (U13 – U20)
- Southern Counties Veterans' League (Masters)
Winter indoor and cross country leagues
- Oxford Mail Cross Country League (U11 – Master)
- Oxfordshire Indoor Sportshall League (U9 – U15)
In addition to league matches athletes can enter open and championship events to maximise their competition experience. See our fixtures page for a complete list of upcoming events.
Who can join?
The Club will train any athlete aged eight or over. We offer competition and coaching for all ages regardless of ability. If you are thinking about joining us please see our how to join us page for more information.
Where and when do we train?
The Club is based at Tilsley Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Tilsley Park is a sports centre situated close to the A34 on the outskirts of Abingdon. During the winter months some groups train indoors at local gyms and cross country groups train at nearby parks to train in a more suitable environment.
Our main training nights are Mondays and Wednesdays from approximately 6pm to 8pm (individual training groups may vary). In addition to these training nights some groups also run additional sessions on Fridays and Saturdays. See our track & training page for more information.
The Club has access to a range of UKA qualified coaches, covering most athletics disciplines. Our coaches have been DBS checked and offer their sessions free of charge. We also have a team of qualified officials who provide an essential service to our events.
Radley AC obtained Clubmark in March 2011 and are affiliated to the governing bodies of athletics in Britain and England which are UK Athletics and England Athletics respectively.
If you are interested in our past our club history page may be of interest.
Further information: this website has lots of information available on it, please take some time to navigate through its pages to help build a flavour for who we are. If you would like to contact us visit our contact us page.