Sheffield Half Marathon

Race Date: 29th March 2020 - Start Time: 9.30am

Getting There

Sheffield lies at the heart of an excellent motorway and rail network making it extremely easy to reach. 

Travelling by car 

Sheffield is well served by major roads and motorways. It sits next to the M1 and both the M18 and A1 are nearby. 

From the North (using M1)

M1 Southbound and take Junction 36 onto the A61 towards Sheffield City Centre. 

From The South

Approach Sheffield from the South on the A61 and continue on the A61 towards the City Centre. Follow signs for the train station or alternatively head towards St Mary's Gate roundabout. 

From The West

On the A57, head in an easterly direction towards the City Centre. Cross the A61 on to to Broad Lane. 

From the East and North (using A1)

Exit the M18 at junction 32 and briefly join the M1 towards Sheffield. Take the A630 and then the A57. Join the Inner City Ring Road (A61).

Road closures 

Thousands of runners of all abilities will hit the streets of Sheffield on Sunday 29th March for the 5th Sheffield Half Marathon.

The race, which raises many tens of thousands of pounds for charity, gets underway at 9 30am and we are now informing runners, spectators, residents and visitors that a number of the city’s roads will be closed or have access restricted during the event to ensure the safety of all those taking part.

A list of affected roads can be downloaded here.  

A full list of car parks with postcodes: 

Brook Hill - S1 4BT

Q- Park Rockingham - S1 2NL

Campo Lane NCP - S1 2EF

Workhouse Lane - S3 8PH

Hartshead NCP - S1 2DS

Q-Park Castlegate - S1 2BQ

Carver Lane - S1 4FS

John Lewis - S1 1EP  (Sat nav S1 2HB)

Q - Park Sheffield Station - S2 4AA

Sidney Street NCP - S1 4RG

APCOA - The Moor, Eyre Street - S1 4PX

Fitzwilliam Street - S1 4JL



Please note the following car parks may not be available before and during the event: 

Q Park - Charles Street


Please ensure your parking plans take account of road closures and access information. 

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