Exeter Roller Derby

Getting Started

Are you ready to try something new and exciting?

Download our Adult and Junior starter packs

No printer, no problem, waivers are available at sessions.


Annual membership is £24 for the year running March to March, and can be paid based on your joining month. For example, starting in November the annual membership fee would be £8 covering you until March. This covers you to be insured to skate with the club.

Monthly membership plans are available for skating sessions

Details Monthly Cost (£)
Adult two sessions per week 35
Junior level 3+ two sessions per week 35
Adult one session per week 25
Junior level 2 and under, one session per week 25
Family Deals Monthly Cost (£) Monthly Saving (£)
Two siblings - Each attending once a week 35 15
One parent and one child - Each attending once a week 45 5
Families of three - Each attending once a week 55 20

If you'd like the Pay as you Go option for all our sessions we charge £8.

Limited kit hire is available for £3 as a seperate payment to Momma Trucker Skates. Contact us in advance if you require anything to save disapointment on the day.

Need to know a little more?

Check out the links below for more indepth information about how we teach and the various officiating roles.

This Is Roller Derby - The Beginner Curriculum

Although this is a relatively new approach by WFTDA, Exeter Roller Derby has being teaching this way for many years. We understand that everyone has their own goals, ways of learning and other commitments that may take presidence. As long as you are having fun, enjoying yourself and feeling the benefits of being a part of us that's all that matters.

Officiating Roles

Officiating is a big part of roller derby, without our wonderful zebra brigade and nso's there would be no roller derby.

Whether you solely want to be an offical or dabble between playing and officiating, the roles are there for everyone to learn. For skaters, it really helps in understanding the game better.

Training courses are available. These are usually ran with other local teams due to cost and numbers. At the end of the day friendly scrims are offered to skaters for you to put your new skills and knowledge to the test.

You will be able to take this knowledge and training to officiate other bouts and scrims that may or maynot involve us, but the more you do it the better and more confident you'll be. It's also great way to meet fellow derby enthusiasts.