Solihull & Small Heath Athletics Club

23 January 2011

Web address for Solihull & Small Heath Athletics Club:

  • Date:

    Opportunities for training and races at our local club

  • Venue:

    Norman Green Athletics Track, Tudor Grange Leisure Centre, Solihull

  • Instructions:

    Solihull and Small Heath Athletic Club was formed in April 1980 due to the merger of Solihull Athletic Club (founded 1959) and Small Heath Harriers (founded 1879).

    The club is run by enthusiasts who will try their best to cater for men, women, boys and girls in all ages within amateur athletics. The club caters for all abilities with opportunities for youngsters and experienced athletes.

    Solihull and Small Heath AC is run by volunteers at our headquarters, Norman Green Sports Centre.

    There are numerous events throughout the year from track and field to cross country and walking to indoors. We are sure that we can cater for you whatever you wan to do. The club has specific training nights with qualified coaches in many athletic events.

    Solihull is a town in south east Birmingham, England. The Clubs headquarters are the Norman Green Athletics Centre, which has facilities for virtually all athletic disciplines.

    As a club we try and ensure that all athletes will join a squad run by a qualified coach. Our coaches are more than happy to have help from parents of younger athletes to assist in the training sessions. No experience is needed to help just some enthusiasm. Parents may also wish to become associate members of the club, the advantage of this is that any courses attended, to become qualified coaches or technical officials, will be refunded in full.

    The Club is run by enthusiasts who try and involve people of all ages and backgrounds in the rewarding sport of amateur athletics. All abilities are catered for whether you are a complete novice or an experienced superstar. Athletes can compete in Track and Field, Cross Country, road running, race walking, sportshall athletics and more.

    Athletes may wish to become members of the club. This is essential if one wants to compete for the club. As a member of the club there are many advantages from supervised training sessions to other areas such as insurance and entry fees to some meetings.

  • Contacts:

    • For distance running, contact Robert Pinton. Use the contact tab on the Solihull & Small Heath Athletics Club website.