Welcome to the website of Eindhoven Atletiek, one of the largest athletics clubs of the Netherlands! Most of our members are runners, but athletics, or track and field, is much more than that. We practice competitive and recreational running, sprinting, jumping, throwing, and walking. Our competitions are diverse too; there are competitions on athletics tracks, also known from the Olympic Games, road competitions, and cross country competitions. Athletics is one of the oldest sports, and one of the broadest. Athletics is practiced at all ages (our members range from 6 to 80 years old), and on all levels. On this page you find a concise overview of our contact details and training offer. For a short impression of our club, you can click on the video below:
You can find Eindhoven Atletiek at Sportpark De Hondsheuvels, address J.C. Dirkxpad 7. The track is located close to Fontys TF location and the Eindhoven University of Technology, and there is expansive parking space on the parking terrain behind the orange club building. If you have any questions you can always contact us via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, and if you want to become a member through this page. The first month of membership is non-committal. Are you interested in volunteer work for our club? You can find more information and contact details here; this way you can get to know new people ánd contribute to a fun, healthy club.
Below you find an overview of our training offer. For more information (including the precise training times) for one of our groups, you can click on the name of the group. Youth members are pupils up to 11 years old. Juniors are the older youth members up to 19 years old. Generally, youth members from 15 years up can join the specialization groups as well. This is where the adults (seniors and masters) train. The running groups include distances above 400 meters, and the sprint groups distances up to 400 meters. The technical groups include throwing, jumping, and hurdle disciplines. There is also a walking group, and there are many recreational running groups, which make up about half of our number of members.