Bear City Roller Derby Visitors Day

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You always wanted to know how Roller Derby works? Or what a leadjammer is? Or what the difference between a pivot and a blocker is? Or you always wanted to know how you can be part of Bear City Roller Derby, but have never skated or played sports before?

Then just come by and check us out! On the 30th of April, Bear City will hold a visitors day and YOU as well as all you friends, family, colleges, children and so on are invited.

Because: EVERYBODY IS WELCOME AT ROLLERDERBY!

We explain to you how to play Roller Derby and how you can get involved with this wonderful sport. There will be drinks, snacks and a surprise!

When: 30th of April from 15:30 on
Where: Please write to us at recruiting@bearcityrollerderby.com for the location!

Agenda:
15:30-16:30: What is Roller Derby and how does it work?
16:30-17:15: Pretty in Pink or What are NSOs there for?
17:30-20:00 Surprise!
20:00: Beer with the Bears (Bar TBD)

You want to come? Write to us at recruiting@bearcityrollerderby.com or let us know in the comments of our facebook event!

We are excited for all of you to come!
Bear City Roller Derby

Season Start at Arena Berlin

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Official Season Start – 18.04.2015 Arena Berlin

The time has come, finally Roller Derby has returned to Berlin!

For the 2015 Season the goal is to defend the spot on the World Rankings List that the Bombshells fought so hard for and to continue climbing up in rank. This mission begins with a game against Glasgow Roller Derby on Saturday, April 18th 2015 in the Arena Berlin in Treptow. Read more →

EROC 2015 Recap

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This year’s EROC was four whole days of the development of our beloved roller derby, with an emphasis on the sport in Europe. 64 leagues from 18 countries came together to discuss the the future of European derby and its organization.

Instead of focusing on bringing each country’s leagues together, this year’s aim was to bring European derby together as a whole. One decisive result from the conference was the widespread agreement of moving in the direction of a European umbrella organization. This type of organization would be able to lay the groundwork for roller derby all over Europe, as well as further strengthening the ability for intercontinental play. Read more →