The sport: What is Roller Derby?
Roller Derby is a full contact sport played on quad skates on a flat oval track. For more information, click here.
The sport: Does Roller Derby have a ball?
Watching: Where can I buy tickets for games?
Watching: Can I bring the kids to the game?
Yes, of course. CCR try and encourage a family friendly atmosphere. We include activities for children to get involved in such as face painting and and half time competitions! Everyone is welcome.
Watching: Where is the venue for games?
In the past we have used various venues for our bouts. We currently use The Doug Ellis Sports Centre.
Things you may like to know about the venue – there is parking but it can get busy easily so give yourself enough time. Customers of the sports centre may park for free for up to three hours however you must speak with reception at Doug Ellis to check for eligibility. There is no cash point on site so please get your money before you arrive. The centre has vending machines but does not serve hot food. Doug Ellis also has disabled access.
The address is :
The Doug Ellis Sports Centre
Birmingham City University
City North Campus
150 Wellhead Lane
Tel: 0845 267 1192
More info: How can I contact CCR?
Roller Derby Leagues: If you’re query relates to organising a bout with CCR please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bout day enquiries/Skater Transfer: To get permission to take photographs, set up a stall at a bout, sponsor us or anything else email us and we can point you in the right direction: email@example.com or contact us via our Facebook Page.
Joining in: Whether you have previous experience in roller derby or you’re a beginner, email us to book your first session or to get more info at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our new skater coaches can provide you with more information and add you to our new skater forum with reminders of practice times.