Got what it takes to be a Sac City Roller? We thought so.
Our Rec League is essentially Roller Derby 101. It was designed to provide those interested with a comprehensive derby workout, as well as condition potential skaters with the fundamentals of building the strength & endurance necessary for league tryouts! Whatever your Rec goals my be, there is no prior skating experience required. You may take as many 8-week sessions as you like.
Next Session: TBA
What to Bring:
- Quad Roller Skates (NO inlines)
- Knee Pads
- Elbow Pads
- Water Bottle!
- Breathable, Unrestrictive Clothing
- Athletic Shoes for off-skates conditioning.
We encourage skaters to bring their own equipment, but there is a limited supply of LOANER GEAR available on a first come, first serve basis.
Read the Newbie Checklist over on Fracture to get an idea of what you should be thinking about in terms of attire and equipment.
Please email email@example.com for information on Boot Camps or Pre-Registration.
Pay for Rec League
When are League Tryouts & what's the schedule?
SCR Tryouts are held approximately every 3-4 months and typically coincide with the end of a Rec Session or Boot Camp (we do take Summer breaks due to high temps at the Cell Block).
If accepted into our JailBird training program, practices are currently Wednesday evenings from 8:30pm-10:30pm and Sunday mornings from 9:00am-11:00am.
Next Tryout: TBA
Next Boot Camp: TBA
Do you love derby? Do you want to be part of the team that makes it all happen? Consider volunteering! The Sac City Rollers is a non-profit run entirely by volunteers. Our refs, officials, announcers, coaches - even our skaters - are all volunteers.
We are always in need of help! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Volunteer of The Month
EACH MONTH THE ENTIRE LEAGUE VOTES TO TELL US WHO THEY CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT...
A VERY BIG congratulations to our June 2017 Volunteer, Ill Legal!
WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT THEM?
Despite no longer actively skating, until very recently she has been SCR’s top WFTDA representative- FOR THREE YEARS! A key player to keeping SCR active within the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, Ill legal has kept us up to date on all things WFTDA, making sure we were always aware of pertinent information and informing us of any changes. Her WFTDA awesomeness did not end there, however; she has also held jobs within WFTDA helping create JFTDA and the current by-laws and has assisted and followed through with two other leagues in their mission to become WFTDA.
A lawyer mom to three beautiful girls, this is one busy lady! We thank you, Ill legal, for having always made time for SCR and the future of WFTDA. Best of luck to you as you continue on your journey in life. Know that you are always welcome in our derby family!