WFTDA runs on the power of its member leagues. Each league brings something different and special to the organization. Here we will introduce you to a different league every month, and tell you a little more about their accomplishments and contributions to the organization and the sport of women's flat track roller derby.
March 1, 2014
Nestled in Malmö in the south of Sweden, the Crime City Rollers worked hard to become a full WFTDA member in 2012, and now they are looking forward to hosting the first official WFTDA European Tournament in November 2014. This league’s ambition and hard work helps to drive their own successes on the track, and to promote the sport of roller derby in Sweden. Read on to learn more about the Crime City Rollers.
February 1, 2014
The Slaughter County Roller Vixens will host the fifth annual installment of their Wild West Showdown tournament in 2014. As they prepare for this staple event of the derby calendar, the league is also preparing for a breakout year with some major changes: twelve returning skaters and a number of fresh meat skaters completing boot camp in January. Read on to learn more about how Slaughter County plans to tackle their biggest event of the season, and the competitive season ahead!
January 1, 2014
They’re not walking the plank. Instead, the Pirate City Rollers are establishing another first: they are the first full member WFTDA league in New Zealand. When they’re not taking advantage of their many waterfront skating trails, the Pirate City Rollers are working hard to maintain their reputation as a hard hitting and hard-working league. In addition to developing their own talent, the Pirates lend their coaching prowess to leagues across New Zealand. And they’re sure to always bring the Pirate sass. Read on to learn more about this month’s featured league, the Pirate City Rollers.
November 14, 2013
Hailing from Sacramento, California the SAC City Rollers were founded in 2006 and have been striving since then to increase their competitive profile in the roller derby world as well as giving back to the community as a non-profit organization. Boasting six different teams and a junior league, the SAC City Rollers show no sign of slowing down on their success track. Read on to learn more about this month's Featured League.
October 15, 2013
Boasting approximately 150 skaters, four home teams, two travel teams, and a junior league, the Cherry City Derby Girls have a robust league with a promising future. With the support of other Oregon-based WFTDA leagues, the Cherry City Derby Girls have been able to learn from the best, while building a fan base in Salem, as well as the larger roller derby community. The Cherry City Derby Girls are committed to their local community, and they support a variety of charities each season. Read on to learn more about this month’s featured league.
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