Bratislava (Slovakia), Saturday 9 September 2017

Bratislava at night - The Castle and Most SNP as seen from Starý Most (Copyright © 2018 Hendrik Böttger /


The Night Run in Bratislava is Slovakia's biggest 10k race. You can expect the registrations to fill up quickly.

Last year, Jozef Urban (30 minutes 22 seconds) and Jana Úradníková (38 minutes 35 seconds) led a record number of 3,617 runners across the finish line at the Eurovea, a multi-purpose centre that is situated approximately one kilometre to the east of the city centre, on the left bank of the River Danube.

In addition, 154 relay teams (two runners: 5km + 5km) took part in the event.

We are not sure about this year's route. Last year, the race took the runners along the Danube, through the tunnel under the imposing Bratislava Castle (pictured), through the pedestrianized Old Town, across the brand-new Starý most (Old Bridge) to the southern part of the city, through the Sad Janka Kráľa park, and finally back across the Old Bridge to the Eurovea centre.

The time limit to complete the course is 90 minutes.


Country: Slovakia

Venue (Map): Eurovea, Bratislava (65km from Vienna, 200km from Budapest, 330km from Prague)

Date: 9 September 2017 (Saturday)

Race distance:

  • 10km
  • 10km relay (5km + 5km)

Start time: 20.00

Start and finish: Eurovea, Pribinova ulica (Pribinova Street)

Entries: online (up to 5 September 2017) or in person in Bratislava (6-8 September 2017, 12.00-19.00; on the day 10.00-17.00)

Entry limit (!): 4,500 runners; 200 relay teams

Entry fees (10km individual runners):

  • € 15 (entries 1-2,000)
  • € 17 (entries 2,001-4,500)

Entry fees (relay race):

  • € 14 per person

Timekeeping: VOS-TPK bib chip timing (included in the entry fees)

You get: refreshments on the course and at the finish, finisher medal, certificate (online), changing facilities, bag storage; entrants can order a technical T-shirt for € 20

Prizes: ;

  • to the first three men and three women
  • to the first three in each veteran age group
  • to the first three business teams (five runners)
  • to the first three relay teams in each category (male, female and mixed teams)

Number of finishers 2016: 3617 (2260 men and 1357 women), 154 relay teams

Event website:


No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page! Please visit the official event website to verify the above information.