17. May 2023

On June 14th, we will open registration for the Copenhagen Marathon 2024. And we want you to join us!

On May 5th, 2024,
the starting shot marks the beginning of an amazing running experience in the streets of Copenhagen. And we want you to be a part of it!

The Copenhagen Marathon is like a sightseeing tour in running shoes. The flat route takes you through the heart of Copenhagen, passing iconic landmarks such as Rosenborg Castle, the Marble Church, Tivoli Gardens, the Royal Theater, and Kongens Nytorv, where thousands of spectators await you.

Ready? Sign up here!

The same applies when you reach Nørrebro. Here, you will be engulfed by the crowd on Dr. Louise’s Bridge, before the journey continues with cheers, music, and DJs all the way along Nørrebrogade. And of course, the party continues in Vesterbro, Frederiksberg, and Østerbro.

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As a participant in the Copenhagen Marathon, you’re not just part of a race. You’re part of a shared experience with thousands of people who have traveled from all corners of the world to come together for a running celebration in one of the world’s best running cities.

And we give you something to have in common from the moment you sign up. From that day on, every step you take brings you closer to the Copenhagen Marathon.

Can you feel the butterflies? Sign up here!

And even when you train in rain, darkness, and wind, and you can’t see other people around you, you’re never alone. At the same time, thousands of other runners around the world are doing exactly the same thing to get ready for the big day when we all come together and run through the streets of Copenhagen.

“If you need a reason to get up at 05:00 AM to do this, we’d love to be that reason.”

We promise you  an unforgettable experience to take home, no matter where you come from.

So mark May 5th, 2024, on your calendar.

We open registration on June 14th.

See you there!

Check out the map of the route here.

Watch our video from the Copenhagen Marathon 2023 here: