The Sac City Rollers, Sacramento’s first all-women’s flat track roller derby league, is made up of over 100 active skaters dedicated to the amazing sport of Roller Derby. Established in January of 2006, our league has quickly grown to include traveling interleague teams (the Capitol Punishers and the Folsom Prison Bruisers), intraleague teams (the Sweaty Betties, the Rude Girls, and the Notorious Knockouts), and our Junior Derby League (the Bad Apples) for girls 10 – 17 years old. The women of the Sac City Rollers practice three times a week and schedule a competitive bouting season locally and nationally from February to December. We wrap up each season by hosting our own "Red Red Holiday Invitational" in which skaters from over a dozen West Coast Roller Derby leagues compete and proceeds are donated to the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services. On June 1, 2012, we graduated from the WFTDA Apprentice Program and are proud to be a full-fledged WFTDA league!
Operating as a non-profit, self-governed organization, the Sac City Rollers strive to promote Roller Derby, but also serve our community by providing unparalleled competition and entertainment. In addition to community outreach, Sac City Rollers members volunteer their time and raise money for local and national charities such as Sacramento Children’s Home, the Sacramento Food Bank and the Saint Baldrick’s Foundation. Our mission statement reads as follows: We acknowledge the support that we receive from our surrounding communities and strive to reciprocate that support by being involved in local charities through donations and volunteer work. SCR is an enthusiastic supporter of Roller Derby leagues locally, nationally and internationally.
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