For general guidance on all track and field event licensing, including requirements for equipment, officials etc, please read the documents on the link below:
Track and Field Licensing Guidance
The Track & Field permit applications have now moved online. There are two levels of permit application for Track & Field:
Results will be sent to Power of 10 for all levels of permit. Any event taking place within Northern Ireland must hold an Athletics NI permit.
When submitting a permit for your Track & Field event, you must complete the details on the Officials you will be present. In order to have this detail, please ensure you contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure you have the correct level of officials in place. You must submit your full Officals List to email@example.com at least two weeks BEFORE your competition date, along with your timetable.
Guidelines and Principles for Track & Field Licensing 2021-2022
Organising a Track & Field Meet Guidance
Following the TrackMark guidelines, a track must have achieved or be actively working towards TrackMark accreditation in order for a Level 1 or Level 2 permit to be issued. You can check the status of the TrackMark applications on the link below:
World Athletics Permit System
For all Level 2 permits, organisers must also apply to be added to the World Athletics Calendar, in order for the results to be displayed on the World Athletics website and World Athletics points to be added.
Full guidance can be found on the document below, but to summarise organisers must: