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.

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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.

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Sponsors

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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Events

Events

September and October is a very busy and exciting time for WARD.  Game 4 of our home season will take place on Saturday, 9th September at The Rise, Maylands.  Come and see the Atomic Sirens and Sonic Doom go head to head.

Boom State Clash is also happening on the long weekend of the 22nd-24th, where WARD will take on Albany Roller Derby, Northwest Roller Derby and Bunbury Roller Derby.

Boom State Clash entry is a gold coin donation.  For this, you will have an action-packed weekend with some accomplished and developing teams battling it out, and this includes our Juniors of Perth Junior Roller Derby.

Our grand final takes place on the 14th of October at The Rise, Maylands.  Who will be the champion team of 2017?  Come and see!

On the 21st of October we will host a sanctioned bout at our home ground between our WARDS of the Skate and the South Sea Sirens from Victoria – an interstate clash not to be missed!

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