Roughneck Roller Derby
TULSA'S ONLY FLAT TRACK ROLLER DERBY LEAGUE
The Roughneck Roller Derby league was founded in 2012 in Broken Arrow, OK. After the dissolution of the former great Green Country Roller Girls, the Roughnecks arose to continue the sport of roller derby in the Tulsa area. The league has since grown to a community of more than 50 skaters, officials, and volunteers. Roughneck Roller Derby is a non profit organization and proud member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).
The league currently consists of five teams, the Roughnecks (B team), Tulsa Elite, Cherry Bombs, Red Dirt Rollers and Roadkill Rollers. The Elite team was formed in 2018 and competes in sanctioned games as the league's WFTDA charter team. Roadkill Rollers is our junior league for skaters 7-17. Red Dirt Rollers and Cherry Bombs are our home teams that do not travel. All teams play at home in Broken Arrow.
Roughneck Roller Derby is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The league is owned and operated by unpaid league members who contribute their time and talents to make the league successful. Revenue is generated from event ticket and merchandise sales, sponsorship contributions, and donations. Each event features a charitable partner local to the Tulsa area to receive a portion of proceeds raised. Without the support of the local community, Roughneck Roller Derby could not grow and prosper. The league participates in community events whenever possible and is always interested in hearing new opportunities to give back.
Find out more about the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) by CLICKING HERE