3rd February: As many of you are aware, the ESAA is currently without any sponsors - everyone is suffering
from the effects of Covid19 and finding financial help has become more and more difficult as businesses struggle to survive.
It has become apparent from the outpouring of support across Social Media,
that ex athletes, parents and coaches want to support the continuation of
our association. With this in mind, many parents have suggested setting up
a just giving page to donate. There has been a small working party of
parents and ESAA officers to set this up and
donations are coming in thick and fast.
We would be grateful if you could donate, share and support this - our
main aim is to assist with the financial cost of ESAA Track & Field
Championships 2022. Please click the button below to make your contribution
2022 Track & Field Cup
4th January: Track & Field Cup entries are now open and will close on 4th March.
2021 Cross Country Cup Final
4th December: Cross Country Cup Final results are now online.
The provisional calendar of events for 2022 has been updated. The Cross Country Championships are now to be held on
19th March at Hop Farm, Kent, and the SIAB XC will be on 26th March in Swansea. Click the Fixtures and FAQs
2021 SIAB Track & Field
25th September: Results are now available, click the International picture box.
2021 Track & Field Cup Badges
Badges for individual performances at the T&F Cup events are
available to order. Click the Competition Awards button on the
T&F Cup page for details.
27th May: A new Awards Scheme is now available. If you've already registered
for the previous scheme, your registration
remains active so you can log in as before. All classes you've previously set up
remain available so you don't have to re-input them.
Full details are on the
2021 Track & Field Championships
3rd May: Preliminary details of the T&F Championships are now online.
Full details are on the
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The Athletics Museum launched
15th August: Telling the stories of athletics - everybody can set a personal best.
English Schools’ Athletic Association and The Athletics Museum are pleased to announce that their online exhibition is now live at
Following the cancellation of the English Schools Championships, the proposed physical exhibition that was to be displayed there
has been moved online.
The first online exhibition traces the history of the English Schools’ Athletics Association (ESAA) championships; stories and anecdotes
from participants, archive material from its inauguration in 1925 up to the modern day, and past champions and athletes who have
gone on to achieve further success, in both track and field and 16 other sports. There’s also a look back and indeed forward at
Tokyo 1964, 1991 and 2022.
Virtual Track & Field Championships
25th July: Certificates are now available for those athletes who took part in the Virtual Championships.
Emails have been sent to the addresses given when you made your entry, please check your spam box
because some providers can incorrectly treat our mail as spam.
Once you've got your email, go to the Track & Field page, click Certificates and follow the instructions
there to download your certificate as a PDF file.
Results from the Virtual Championships are now available, click the Track & Field picture box.
Some results appear to have been achieved outside of the competition week 5th to 11th July so they are
listed separately together with a few results of events which were submitted but which aren't included in the
Chmmpionships for the relevant age group.