Join Muscogee Roller Girls on January 13th from 1-3:30PM at Scofflaw at MidCity Yards for our Meet & Greet and Info Session for our 2024 roller derby recruitment bootcamp! Come join us for some snacks, meet some members from the team, and learn about our new member recruitment bootcamp! On skates or off skates, there is a place for YOU in roller derby! We are always looking for new skaters, officials, and volunteers!
During this info session we will be going over how our new member bootcamp works and answer any questions you may have about joining MRG. You do not have to have experience or your own gear to join us for bootcamp. No Skates? No Gear? No problem, we have limited loaner gear available. The only equipment you are REQUIRED to purchase and bring to practice is a mouth guard. We recommend SUSI or Shock Doctor, both which can also be found on Amazon or Academy. We will teach you and guide you to becoming a Muscogee Roller Girl!
Currently we are only accepting ladies 18+ as players, but volunteers, referees & non-skating official positions are open to men as well.
If you have additional questions, please email us at [email protected]
Experienced derby player or transfer? We’d love to have you on our team as well! Send us an email and can discuss our transfer process or fast track program that will get you practicing with the vets immediately!
For those attending the Meet & Greet, we will provide you with all of the info at the session, For those unable to attend the meet & greet, you can still join us at our first practice- January 14th from 1-4PM—Please be sure to pre-register so we know to expect you!
Who Are We? MRG!
Muscogee Roller Girls: Columbus GA’s Hometown Roller Derby League
Muscogee Roller Girls is the Tri-City Area’s only all-female, full-contact, flat-track roller derby league. As a 501c4 non-profit organization, MRG is committed to growing and promoting the sport of Roller Derby by bringing together a diverse group of women to represent the community in regional athletic competition and foster sportsmanship, teamwork, and grit.
MRG seeks to provide positive role models for young women by serving as contributing members of the local community by providing support through outreach, volunteerism and financial contribution.
All the athletes who compete for MRG are female. Men are welcome to participate as referees, non-skating officials, and volunteers.