DC Rollergirls

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DC Rollergirls
League logo
Metro area Washington, D.C.
Country United States
Founded 2006
Teams Travel Teams:
DC All-Stars (A-Team)
National Maulers (B-Team)

Home Teams (active):
Cherry Blossom Bombshells
DC DemonCats
Scare Force One
Majority Whips

Home Teams (inactive):
Secretaries of Hate (2006-2008)
Track type(s) Flat
Venue D.C. Armory, Dulles SportsPlex
Affiliations WFTDA
Website DCRollergirls.com

The DC Rollergirls are the only flat track roller derby league in Washington, D.C. Historically, D.C. was home to the Washington, D.C. Jets, which played banked track derby until 1978.[1] Roller derby has grown in popularity since 2003, largely due to the creation of the WFTDA.

The DC Rollergirls play most of their bouts at the DC Armory and Dulles SportsPlex; however, the league recently signed a lease on a warehouse located in Edmonston, Md. The warehouse will serve as a practice facility during Season 10 but may host bouts during future seasons.[2]


As of the 2014-2015 season, the league consists of four local teams:[3]

Upon creation in 2006, the league consisted of the Cherry Blossom Bombshells, DC DemonCats, Scare Force One, and the now-defunct Secretaries of Hate. The Majority Whips was formed in 2011.[4]


Season 1 Champions: Scare Force One Season 2 Champions: Scare Force One Season 3 Champions: DC DemonCats Season 4 Champions: DC DemonCats Season 5 Champions: Scare Force One Season 6 Champions: Scare Force One Season 7 Champions: Scare Force One Season 8 Champions: Scare Force One' Season 9 Champions: DC DemonCats

All-Star Team[edit]

The DC Rollergirls also have an All-Star team which competes on an international level. As of June 2014, they occupied 42nd place in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association's world rankings.[5]

Season Q4 ranking[6] Playoffs Championship
2008 9 (E) N/A DNQ
2009 9 (E) 8[7] DNQ
2010 9 (E) 10[8] DNQ
2011 11 (E) DNQ DNQ
2012 7 (E) 6[9] DNQ
2013 DNQ DNQ

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