What is Junior Roller Derby?
Junior Roller Derby is an adaption of traditional roller derby played by adult that allows kids of all ages, sizes and skill levels to participate in one of three levels of game play. The Subdued City Rollers are part of a world wide network of leagues who serve ages 5-high school seniors. We play under the Junior Roller Derby Association (JRDA) ruleset, for flat track roller derby.
Level 1 Roller Derby
At this level are newest recruits are learning safe skating skills including falling and stopping. We teach the rules of roller derby but skaters are not allowed to make any intentional contact with opposing team members.
Level 2 Roller Derby
Level 2 roller derby is played using positional contact. Skaters at this level are allowed to make controlled contact with the opposing team. They can push other skaters and block but are prohibited from hitting the opposing team.
Level 3 Roller Derby
Level 3 roller derby is played at the same level as adult roller derby. All legal contact as determined by the JRDA Rules of Flat Track Roller Derby is allowed, including hitting.
ACCEPTING NEW RECRUITS EVERY SUNDAY!
SCR practices every Sunday from 11:30a-1:00p and every Tuesday form 5:30p-7:00p. If your child is interested in joining, please visit our "How to Join" page for more information.
Skater membership is $40/month. Siblings will receive a $20 discount after the first sibling. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to enroll.
Roller derby is a full contact sport so we require full gear to practice. This includes a helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards and a mouth guard.
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