Frequently asked questions
what is BRD?
BRD is Birmingham Roller Derby. We have merged the two women’s Birmingham roller derby leagues, Birmingham Blitz Dames and Central City Roller Derby to form a brand new league in 2021.
How can I join BRD as a new skater or official?
Welcoming new skaters and building a bigger league with more opportunities for development is one of our key motivations in merging. No experience is necessary and some of our most successful international skaters and skating officials joined without ever having tried on roller skates before.
We hope to be able to welcome new skaters to come and learn derby with us from Autumn 2021. Please contact email@example.com to express an interest and find out more.
How can I transfer to BRD?
We are happy to welcome experienced skaters and officials from the wider community. We may have limited space at the moment due to Covid risk guidelines but would still like to hear from you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express an interest and find out more.
What does BRD hope to achieve?
Fostering an inclusive and diverse environment, Birmingham Roller Derby seeks to grow the profile of the sport by building links in the city and to nurture each individual's potential to thrive within an internationally recognised league that competes at all levels.
Birmingham Roller Derby are committed to providing an open and inclusive environment for all members enabling growth and allowing all to reach their full potential through excellence in development. We are committed to providing an environment where all individuals can participate and excel in roller derby recreationally, competitively and in all collaborative roles while supporting the Birmingham community, by actively finding opportunities to make a positive impact.
How can I contact you?
Feel free to contact us via email@example.com or through our social media pages.
Where do you train?
We currently train at North Solihull Leisure Centre, University of Birmingham, And Doug Ellis Sports Centre.