Minutes from the UKRDA 2018 AGM are now available HERE
Kent Mens Roller Derby, the first dedicated men’s team in Kent, England, formed in 2017 based in Herne Bay.
North Devon Roller Derby
Founded in May 2011 based in North Devon
Killa Hurtz Roller Derby
Formed in 2011 in Chelmsford England
Durham Roller Derby
Formed in 2014 in Durham England
In light of the recent issue regarding sexually inappropriate behaviour, UKRDA would like to take the time to reiterate that any form of sexually inappropriate behaviour in any form or physical assault is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. If you have experienced such acts within the UK Roller Derby community or out of the UK we are truly sorry and we are here to listen.
We encourage those who have experienced any of these acts to raise their complaints with the relevant skater leagues or if you feel you can not, raise your complaint with us, we will investigate all complaints fully and take action when it’s required. We do not take allegations of this nature lightly.
Roller Derby should always be maintained as a safe space in all areas. To ensure this we need your voices, leagues or individuals may not know the history of individuals joining their league, by asking for references and sharing experiences we can help ensure that every member of our leagues is vetted appropriately before joining.
We are delighted to announce that we have been working behind the scenes with Mark “Pastor IcePax” Dolan to bring you a new medical team guide to roller derby.
Our medical guide is for all leagues to download, it’ll allow your medics to read all about roller derby, the rules and how to handle interaction with attendees at events.
Our guide can be downloaded from the following link
or by emailing email@example.com.
We hope you find this guide useful.
We would like to welcome two new teams to our masses, both from Scotland
From Orkney in Scotland, our newest league in Scotland, they are an excellent bunch and we love having them as members.
Secondly welcome New Town Roller girls, from Livingston, Scotland
An All female league founded in 2011, they are hard working, butt kicking attitude to this sport, play for the love of playing, a real mix of people, they are New Town Roller Girl
Welcome to our new League – Teesside Skate Invaders, based in Teeside, England.
Former Tier 3 British Champs (mens) champions, we are delighted to have them on board
North Wales Roller Derby started out in July 2011, and currently has around 55 members. The team has been working hard to build up into a full bouting team and is very excited to host the first live roller derby bout in North Wales this November.
Welcome to Borderland Brawlers Roller Derby, formed in 2014
They are a not-for-profit organisation with a strong do-it-yourself ethos. BBRD are run by their members and volunteers, brought together by their mutual love of the amazing sport of Roller Derby.
Not all of the brawlers skate to compete, there are plenty who attend for love of being on 8 wheels and amongst friends on the track, and sessions do provide for that, if you are looking to work hard both on and off the track in an environment that promotes physical and mental strength, independence and pushes to represent at as high a level possible for an amateur athletic organisation, you have come to the right place.
Welcome to Oxford Wheels of Gory, founded in October 2011. They are a not-for-profit organisation with a strong do-it-yourself ethos. OWG are run by their members and volunteers, brought together by their mutual love of the amazing sport of Roller Derby.
Our goal is to be a respected and leading roller derby team in UK whilst promoting and supporting the sport at a local and national level. Retaining a not-for-profit status and DIY-ethos, we aim to be an all-inclusive, welcoming, democratically-run organisation following the officiating guidelines and rules set down by the WFTDA. We welcome skaters aged 18+ from all backgrounds irrespective of race, colour, creed or sexual orientation. We aim to foster a supportive atmosphere, maintaining high safety standards and developing skills and athleticism while promoting teamwork as an essential factor for success.