Enid Roller Girls
905 Overland Trail
Formed in 2010, the Enid Roller Girls became the first (and only) league in Enid. As a non-profit league, each dedicated member has to “pay to play” with their monthly dues covering practice space, game day production and other league costs. Through their hard work, dedication and a rigorous training schedule, the Enid Roller Girls have crafted a family oriented league which became sanctioned as a full member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, or WFTDA in 2013.
Challenging and hard-hitting, the modern sport of Flat Track Derby is governed by the WFTDA. Established in 2001, this organization provides a standardized set of rules and safety guidelines for each league and creates a platform for national competition.
From skating rinks to event centers or even parking lots, derby matches (called bouts) can be held on any skateable surface. Each bout consists of two thirty minute halves with each half being further broken down into two-minute shifts or jams.