Latest News: We’re number 2!!

After a hard fought 3 games yesterday, the Cambridge Rollerbillies came 2nd in the British Championships Tier 3, and will now be promoted into Tier 2!

Cambridge Rollerbillies were formed in February 2008. After we saw the London Rollergirls kick each other’s asses at their New Year’s Retribution bout in January, we decided that we needed some Roller Derby in Cambridge.

Roller Derby is DIY. It’s grassroots. It’s not sport as you know it. If you’ve got the commitment, the creativity, and violence to share, then you belong on the track. We like strong women, and women who want to be stronger. We like making our own entertainment, cutting our own hair, and pushing each other over. We like people who know what they like – and if they think they don’t like roller derby, we’ll show them exactly what they’re missing!!

“Via Roller Derby, the Cambridge Rollerbillies will inspire women to participate in and enjoy competitive sport regardless of their level of prior
experience or current fitness. We aim to give all committed skaters the tuition and training oppurtunities necessary to allow them to excel”

Want to see us play?

The British Championships season for us is now over, and we are very proud to say that Cambridge Rollerbillies were the runners up in T3 of British Champs.

We will now be promoted into T2 next season, and look forward to the challenge. Check back soon to find out more about our bout dates for next season.

See you very soon! We would like to thank all of you for your support throughout the season, leopard love to you all.



A Word about our Sponsors

Our favoured watering hole, and regular after party venue for our home games. We are very happy to announce that we will now be sponsored by the Blue Moon, Norfolk Street, Cambridge.

Joans Bean Counting Services, a local accounting service has also very kindly joined our sponsorship team. For more information check out their website here.

And finally, the amazing Injury Active clinic, run by Craig who are not only our sponsors but put broken Rollerbillies back together on a regular basis. You can find out more about them here.