landscape shot of Berlin

Congratulations to our biggest ever Berlin marathon team. 15 runners completed the 26.2 miles this Sunday and have raised over £15,000. The events team had a fantastic weekend in Berlin meeting everyone, cheering them on and celebrating with the team.

 Berlin, Germany  27 September 2020
  £850 minimum sponsorship   £50 standard registration fee
  26.2 miles/42.2 kilometres

Charity place application

Charity places are available! Join Team Autism and raise vital funds for the National Autistic Society, while also raising awareness of a great cause. To apply for a charity place:

  • complete the online form
  • make your payment (including reviewing your contact details)
  • set up your JustGiving page.

You will be asked to sign in before booking. If you don't already have a username on our site, please register one when invited to do so.

Sign up for a charity place

If you have any questions, you can get in touch with us at

What if I have my own place in the official BMW Berlin Marathon ballot?

If you've secured your own place in the Berlin Marathon ballot you can still run for the National Autistic Society and get all the perks of running with our supportive team – we would love to have you!

All you need to do is complete our online form, to let us know that you have received your own place and want to use it to run for #TeamAutism!

I've got a ballot place

How we will support you

We would love you to join our Berlin marathon team. Everyone who runs with the National Autistic Society receives:

  • our fundraising and training guide to help you every step of the way
  • dedicated support from the Events Team
  • a free running vest to show off your support for Team Autism
  • a warm welcome on the day from our events team.

Why you should run with Team Autism

  • guaranteed race entry to the BMW Berlin Marathon
  • running vest and iron-on letters
  • training and fundraising support up to race day
  • race weekend support - an enthusiastic cheer team and a pre-race meal (if the team’s big enough) 

About the Berlin Marathon

One for the bucket list: run in one of the six world major marathons, knowing your support is helping us vitally transform the lives of autistic people and challenge attitudes in society.

Berlin, Germany’s capital and cultural centre is steeped in history. Alongside its incredible historic mark on Europe, Berlin is also known for its art scene, nightlife and modern architecture. With an incredible festival atmosphere set in such an iconic and historical city, you can be right in the heart of Berlin Marathon excitement as you join over 40,000 runners and take your place for the 2019 BMW Berlin Marathon as part of team autism.

This is a flat course renowned for setting world record times – most recently an incredible 2:01:39.

Find out more

Find out how you could take part in the BMW Berlin marathon, ask questions or confirm your place. Get in touch using the contact details below: