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We are available to answer your emails all year round. You can also call us as soon as the registration period for the next edition of the 4Days Marches starts. When contacting us, please include your registration number (if known), so that we can quickly call up your personal details and participations over the years. This will help us serve you better.

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My 4Days is an online environment in which each participant can view or change his or her personal details. Please note: you cannot register for the 4Days Marches in My 4Days. You can register via our online registration module. This can be reached via this website during the registration period.

The 4Days Marches always start on the third Tuesday of July. The 104th 4Days Marches will take place from 19-22 July 2022. As soon as we have any more information about the registration procedure and the regulations, we will let you know!

You can register for the 4Days Marches online. During the registration period, you will find a link to the registration module on this website. We will let you know well in advance when registration will open and what the registration procedure will entail. Once more is known about registration for the 4Days Marches in 2022, we will post the updated information on the page Participation.

Participants who were registered and paid their fees in 2020 are guaranteed of a place in the next edition of the 4Days Marches. Further information about registration and regulations for the 2022 edition of the 4Days Marches will follow at a later date.

When you register for the 4Days Marches for the first time you will be allocated an unique and personal registration number that will be linked to your name and other data. This registration number consists of a maximum of six digits. When you do not know your registration number you can request it at My 4Days. Please state this number when you register or when you contact us. This way we can retrieve your personal details and previous participations and help you in a sufficient manner.

Do you wish to change your address, email address or telephone number? You can do this yourself in My 4Days.
Do you wish to change your name or date of birth? Please send an email to the Central Administration.

We can always be reached by email: During the registration period, the Central Administration can also be reached by telephone on weekdays between 13.00 hrs and 16.30 hrs CET.

If you have ever successfully completed the 4Days Marches, and it cannot be found in our digital database, then we should be able to find you in our archives. Our filing clerk is eager to find out what reward you received when you last successfully completed the marches, ensuring you will receive the correct reward for your next participation. You can contact the Central Administration in writing stating 'previous participation'. We will then send you a questionnaire that will enable us to find you in our archives. When you are - in your opinion, unjustly - registered for reward 1 and there is a chance that you will therefore be in a possible draw, you can contact the Central Administration for archive research. If your request has been received by us before 13 March, we can make sure that it will be under consideration in time, i.e. before the draw.

When you open My 4Days you can see a white button with the red text ‘Forgot password?. If you click this button, you can enter your registration number, date of birth and email address. If the details you enter correspond with our administration you will receive an automatically generated email with a link to reset your new password within a few minutes.

After requesting a new password in My 4Days you should receive an automatically generated email with a link to reset your new password within a few minutes. It is possible that such messages are detected as spam and therefore will be placed in your spam folder. If you are not receiving an email, we advise you to check your spam folder to see if that message is placed in there. If you cannot find the email there, please contact the Central Administration.

Please make sure you are using your most recently changed password. This password has to contain a minimum of 8 characters, of which at least 1 capital letter, 1 lower case letter, 1 numeric character and 1 special character. The password is case-sensitive, so please check if ‘Caps Lock’ on your keyboard is not activated. You could also try to log in using a different browser or device.

In My 4Days you can find the last reward awarded to you as registered by us. If this does not correspond with the last reward you received, you can contact the Central Administration in writing stating 'previous participation'. We will take your request under review, although these requests will not be answered during the week of the 4Days Marches. Requests submitted before 30 June can be processed in time for the coming 4Days Marches.

The 4Days Marches are organised mostly by volunteers. Prior to and during the 4Days Marches hundreds volunteers are doing their work. Click here for more information on becoming a volunteer.

If you would like to send us a letter, please use the following address:
PO Box 1296 6501 BG Nijmegen, the Netherlands

We are currently focusing on organising a regular 4Days Marches in the coming year. There are therefore no plans for an Alternative Four Days Marches in 2022.

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