All-Ireland Roller Derby represents Ireland in women's international roller derby. Affectionately known as the "Green Machine", the team was first formed to compete at the 2011 Roller Derby World Cup, and finished the tournament in tenth place.
The Irish team warmed up for the World Cup with a number of bouts against English leagues, starting with the Sheffield Steel Rollergirls.
At the World Cup, Ireland lost to Team Finland in round 1; then easily beat Team Brazil in the consolation stage, but lost to Team Germany to finish tenth.
The team's head coach, Violent Bob, from Dublin Roller Girls, stated afterwards that the team were "probably among the underdogs" at the World Cup, but were "pretty proud of how we got on". He highlighted in particular the team's group stage 64-119 loss to Team England as a competitive performance.
Current team roster 
Team Ireland named its initial roster in September 2011, following try-outs. Most of the skaters were from Ireland's two leagues with bouting experience, the Dublin Roller Girls and Cork City Firebirds.
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- ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "World Cup: (10) Finland Upends (7) Ireland, 148-134", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
- ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "World Cup Consolation: (7) Ireland Batters (11) Brazil, 213-57", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
- ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "World Cup 9th Place: (8) Germany Denies (7) Ireland, 116-60", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
- ^ Gabrielle Monaghan, "Irish team get their skates on", Sunday Times, 18 September 2011
- ^ a b Una Mulally, "A step up for the high rollers who never quit", Irish Times, 10 December 2011
- ^ Hurt Reynolds (5 October 2011). "World Cup Team Ireland Roster". Derby News Network. Retrieved 5 October 2011.