| Circle City Derby Girls |
Founded in 2008
|Teams||Socialites, Party Crashers|
|Venue||The Forum at Fishers|
|Org. type||Womens Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Apprentice League|
Circle City Derby Girls, which began as Circle City Socialites, is an Indianapolis, Ind.-based flat track roller derby league that has played other leagues from Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, and Iowa. Founded in 2008 with the idea it would serve as a recreational league, it is now a Womens Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Apprentice League as of April 2011 (http://wftda.com/news/wftda-accepts-12-apprentice-leagues).
The league has two home teams: the Socialites and the Party Crashers. There are five regularly scheduled home bouts each season, which takes place April through August at the Forum at Fishers in Fishers, Ind., (http://www.theforum-fishers.com/) and a handful of away bouts. The league does not hold try outs like other leagues, but does have a competitive roster selection process. The league requires all bouting skaters to pass a skills test and written rules test if they wish to compete for rosters. For more information, visit the league's home page, http://www.circlecityderbygirls.com.
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The league has two home teams: the Socialites and the Party Crashers.
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