Roller Derby Germany

Roller Derby Germany represents Germany in women's international roller derby, in events such as the Roller Derby World Cup. The team was first formed to compete at the 2011 Roller Derby World Cup and finished the tournament in ninth place.[1]

Roller Derby Germany
Team Germany roller derby logo.jpg
ColorsBlack, red and gold      
Championships9th place at 2011 Roller Derby World Cup
BroadcastersDerby News Network

At the World Cup, Germany lost in round one to Team New Zealand, by 143 to 127.[2] In the consolation stage, it easily beat Team Scotland,[3] then also beat Ireland to finish ninth.[4]

The 2018 German team finished in 13th place at the 2018 Roller Derby World Cup in Manchester.

Team rosterEdit

2011 team rosterEdit

The team named an initial roster of twenty skaters:[5] (league affiliations listed as of at the time of the announcement)

Number Name League
66 BamBule Bear City Roller Derby
3 Call of Booty Ruhrpott Roller Girls
00 Chibi Abuser Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
8 Ellie Minate Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
0 Heavy Miss Gale Harbor Girls Hamburg
505 Heavy Rotation Bear City Roller Derby
10 Kiddo Bear City Roller Derby
4 Kitty Carrera Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
0049 Mercedes Philly Rollergirls
17 Noxious Angel Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
13 Polly Purgatory Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
67 Psycho Annie Ruhrpott Roller Girls
1 Public Enemy Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
28 Resident Shevil Bear City Roller Derby
85D Silicon Sally Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
101 Snowblood Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
35 Spacy Tracy Barock City Roller Derby
9 Sweet Gwenrolline Ruhrpott Roller Girls
81 Titty Twista Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz
80 Vegas Stuttgart Valley Rollergirlz


  1. ^ "Tattoos, Strapse, blaue Flecken", Rheinische Post, 7 December 2011 (in German)
  2. ^ Lex Talionis, "World Cup: (9) New Zealand Upsets (8) Germany, 143-127 Archived 2012-04-29 at the Wayback Machine", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
  3. ^ Lex Talionis, "World Cup Consolation: (8) Germany Stifles (13) Scotland, 104-41", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
  4. ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "World Cup 9th Place: (8) Germany Denies (7) Ireland, 116-60", Derby News Network, 3 December 2011
  5. ^ Die Mannschaft, Roller Derby Germany, Retrieved 8 April 2015 (archived link, 25 April 2012) (in German)