Raven's 5K & Kids Fun Run

  • M&T Bank Stadium

Lace up your running shoes help kickoff the 2015 Ravens Season! Celebrate the return of football at the Ravens 5K and kids Fun Run on September 9th with alumni players, Cheerleaders and mascots. Run or walk your way around Baltimore with other Ravens fans and cross the finish line on the field at M&T Bank Stadium! Proceeds of the races registration fees will be donated to the One Love Foundation and House of Ruth Maryland, which are committed to raising awareness about domestic violence.  

All preregistered runners will receive a gender-specific participant tee*, commemorative finisher gift and entry to the post-race tailgate. Please specify on your registration whether you would like a men’s or women’s shirt and your size. Awards will be given for the overall top finisher in 4 categories: top female, top male, top boy (6-12) and top girl (6-12).

Then join us for the Post-Race Tailgate!
Entry is free for participants and spectators. Live music and awards will be presented in the Gate A plaza and concourse and will include light refreshments. Runners over the age of 21 can enjoy beer but must have proper identification present at the finish line.

*T-shirt sizes and availability NOT guaranteed for late packet pick-up.

Online Registration is now closed.  Registration is available at the Packet Pick-Up sessions listed below as well as on-site on race day.


ENTRY FEES

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5K Entry 

Regular (through Sept 8, 2015): $45

Race Day: $50

 

KIDS FUN RUN (ages 5-12 only)

Regular (through Sept 8, 2015): $20

Race Day: $25

 

REGISTER ONLINE

Online Registration is now closed. Registration is available at the Packet Pick-Up sessions listed below or on-site on race day.

click here for a printable mail-in registration form. 

There are no refunds of entry given or transfers of entry permitted for this event.


RACE INFORMATION

Questions? Contact Kelly Dees at kelly@charmcityrun.com or 410-308-1870.


Details

What: Ravens 5K & Kids Fun Run
When: Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 at 6:15pm (Kids Fun Run) & 7pm (5K)
Where: M&T Bank Stadium
Who: Ravens Alumni Players, Cheerleaders & Mascots
Awards: top male, female and youth finishers will receive an autographed item
Parking: FREE in lots A, B, C, G and H


Schedule of Events

Race Day Packet Pick Up - 5:30 - 6:45 PM

Kids Fun Run (ages 5-1) - 6:15 PM

5K - 7:00 PM


Packet Pick-Up

Race Day
Onsite starting at 5:00pm
 


Course

Please click here for the course turn-by-turn.


Amenities

Gender-specific participant tee (Please specify on your registration whether you would like a men’s or women’s shirt and your size.

Commemorative finisher gift

Entry to the post-race tailgate. 


Post-Race Tailgate

Entry is free for participants and spectators. Live music and awards will be presented in the Gate A plaza and concourse and will include light refreshments. Runners over the age of 21 can enjoy beer but must have proper identification present at the finish line.


Volunteers

Interested in volunteering?  Email Anna at Anna.Damone@ravens.nfl.net.


Awards

Awards will be given for the overall top finisher in 4 categories: top female, top male, top boy (ages 6-12) and top girl (ages 6-12).


Event Guidelines

Please no strollers, roller blades, skates, bikes, dogs, pets or headphones allowed on the race course. Your race number must be worn on your front and must be visible. DO NOT exchange or give your race number to another participant.
 


BENEFICIARIES

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House of Ruth

The House of Ruth Maryland is one of the nation's leading intimate partner violence centers, helping thousands of battered women and their children find the safety and security that so many of us take for granted.


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One Love

The Yeardley Reynolds Love Foundation was created in 2010 to honor the memory of Yeardley Love, a UVA senior who was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend just weeks short of graduation. The Foundation is more popularly known as One Love, with “One” representing the number that Yeardley wore on her jersey during her high school and college lacrosse career.