Welcome to WA Roller Derby

WA Roller Derby was formed in 2009 to bring the fastest growing women’s sport in the world, to all corners of this remote city. The league is a grassroots, volunteer run, not-for-profit sports organisation. Flat track roller derby is a fast-paced all-female contact team sport. It evolved from its bank-tracked sister in 2001 and it has quickly grown to encompass more than 400 leagues worldwide.

Roller Derby is more than just a sport – it’s a culture and a lifestyle. It draws folks from all walks of life to train hard and play even harder. Australia boasts over 1,000 registered skaters with 21 leagues spread out over seven states.

Fresh Meat

Come Play With Us

We’re always looking for new skaters, referees and non-skating officials.

We accept trainee skaters on to our fresh meat program throughout the year and we have training locations both north and south of the river.

Get Involved

Partner With Us

WA Roller Derby offer a whole variety of sponsorship options to help keep the wheels turning.

If you’d like to support the fastest growing women’s sport in the world have a look at our sponsorship package.

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We are half way through 2018 and WA Roller Derby just hasn’t stopped!

On 21 July, our regional friends from Geraldton- Sin City Rollers Geraldton Roller Derby– are heading to Perth to take on the WayWARDs. This will be a great opportunity to see your favourites from both WARD and Geraldton in action 💚.  As well as an action-packed game, there will be a bar, cake stall, a raffle and merch for sale to make your Saturday night one to remember.  Tickets $17/$9 (kids under 4 free).

The WayWARDS will also travel down south to play Bunbury on 1st September.

Two home season games are down and two to go.  13th October is our Grand Final, so keep that date free and keep an eye out for this event on our Facebook page.

And WARDS of the Skate travelled to Queensland in April for the Royal Rumble and played three hard-fought bouts against some of the best teams in Australia.  In early June, they headed off to Adelaide for The Great Southern Slam, where they played in the largest tournament in the Southern Hemisphere.  Go, WARD, Go!

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