Tattoo Freeze 2015 – Officials, announcers and volunteers, we need you!

We would like to welcome all applications for officiating, announcer and volunteer positions for Tattoo Freeze 2015. The event details can be found at the top of the form.

UKRDA looks to invest positively in the roller derby officiating community and as such we will be selecting individuals with a range of experience (i.e. you may not have the most experience in order to be selected).

We look forward to receiving your application and working with you.

To fill in the form click here.

UKROC Galleries

Photography from the very first United Kingdom Roller Derby Open Conference have been released. The event was a huge success, and thanks to the magnificent efforts of MDP Images, we have the pleasure of sharing images from the ground breaking weekend with the community.

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Full galleries of both days have been uploaded to the UKRDA Facebook Page – the Saturday gallery is here, and the Sunday gallery is here.

Tiger Bay Brawlers win European Capital of Sports award

Billie Pistol, Brock'n Roller  and Boba Fettish collecting the award.

Billie Pistol, Brock’n Roller and Boba Fettish collecting the award.

Tiger Bay Brawlers are delighted to announce they have won the 2014 European Capital of Sports Senior Team of the year award.

Collecting their award during the awards dinner (at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff), Brock’n Roller said: “At the start of 2014 we knew this was going to be a special year for us.  But we never imagined we would representing roller derby at such a prestigious event.

“Winning this award is a massive achievement for us, and will help us promote roller derby alongside more established sports.”

Welcome to Roller Derby Leicester!

Roller Derby LeicesterRoller Derby Leicester (RDL) was formed in November 2013, by a group of experienced and novice roller derby players with the joint mission of growing the sport with a professional approach.

Almost a year on and the league has doubled in size to some 50 members, a mixture of seasoned players, rookies, new recruits, officials and volunteers.

RDL currently has one competing travel team, with a view to creating a B-Team in the near future. RDL is passionate about growing the sport in the Midlands, hosting boot camps to assist in the development of other local leagues.

RDL’s travel team enjoyed unprecedented success in their debut 2014 season, and to-date remain unbeaten. Since starting out unranked at their formation in November 2013, the Jackals have leapt a full 326 rankings places, and are currently 34th in Europe and 19th in the UK on Flat Track Stats.

Welcome to Plymouth City Roller Girls!

Plymouth City Roller GirlsPlymouth City Roller Girls (PCRG) was formed in 2010, beginning as a small group of skaters with no experience but a passion to introduce roller derby to Plymouth.

Now, 4 years on they are a multi layered league with an A and B team who are actively bouting within the UK and Europe. There are around 60 people who make up PCRG today, including skaters, refs, NSOs as well as their loyal supporters.

PCRG were pivotal in launching the South West Season, which has now concluded it’s second year and has seen both our A and B teams take part. PCRG A is one of many teams taking part in the Heartland Series and have qualified for the final, taking place in November, which we are eagerly anticipating. PCRG are proudly sponsored by Roller Derby City and Annabel’s Cabaret and Discotheque.

2014 Q4 Rankings

These rankings are based on paperwork submitted by September 30th, 2014. If any games were played before this date but the paperwork was not received and verified by UKRDA, then those games would not contribute to these rankings.

The UKRDA 2014 Q4 rankings are applicable from October 1st and are as follows:

Rank Team Rating Diff
1 Auld Reekie Roller Girls 731.7 0.0
2 Glasgow Roller Derby 727.4 +6.6
3 Tiger Bay Brawlers 721 0.0
4 Rainy City Roller Girls 671.6 -3.9
5 Middlesborough Milk Rollers 665.6 -18.5
6 Leeds Roller Dolls 663.6 +18.7
7 Hot Wheel Roller Derby 662.5 +8.3
8 Central City Rollergirls 656.9 0.0
9 Royal Windsor Roller Girls 643.2 0.0
10 Brighton Rockers Roller Deby 640.8 +4.0
11 Newcastle Roller Girls 631.1 +4.6
12 Hellfire Harlots 628.6 0.0
13 Hereford Roller Girls 624.6 Initial
14 Portsmouth Roller Wenches 614.1 0.0
15 Seaside Sirens Roller Girls 593.4 -21.9
16 London Rockin’ Rollers 592.3 +2.1
17 Hulls Angels Roller Dames 590.5 0.0
18 Sheffield Steel Rollergirls 587.4 -8.7
19 Manchester Roller Derby 584.4 +14.6
20 Big Bucks High Rollers 579.2 0.0
21 Lincolnshire Bombers 576.9 +8.7
22 Birmingham Blitz Dames 575.8 0.0
23 Bristol Roller Derby 571.2 -14.5
24 Granite City Roller Girls 568.8 0.0
25 Reaper Roller Girls 565.7 0.0
26 Oxford Roller Derby 565.5 Initial
27 Cambridge Rollerbillies 565.2 0.0
28 Kent Roller Girls 565.1 0.0
29 Dolly Rockit Rollers 559 +10.9
30 Severn Roller Torrent 550.7 0.0
31 Haunted City Rollers 544.7 0.0
32 Fierce Valley Roller Derby 538.2 Initial
33 Milton Keynes Roller Derby 526.3 Initial
34 Dundee Roller Girls 522.4 Initial
35 Rebellion Roller Derby 521.1 Initial
36 The Norfolk Brawds 473.1 0.0
37 Bourne Bombshells 440.6 Initial