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Charm City Roller Girls

Charm City Roller Girls
League logo
Metro area Baltimore, Maryland
Country United States
Founded 2005
Teams Junkyard Dolls
Mobtown Mods
Night Terrors
Speed Regime
All-Stars (travel)
Female Trouble (B team)
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Du Burns Arena
Affiliations WFTDA
Org. type LLC

The Charm City Roller Girls (CCRG) is a member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association WFTDA roller derby league based in Baltimore, Maryland. The league was established in 2005.[1] It is composed of four local teams, one all-star travel team and a B travel team, Female Trouble. The local teams each have distinctive uniforms: the Junkyard Dolls wear pink, the Mobtown Mods sport red 60's mini-dresses, the Night Terrors dress in blue and black and the Speed Regime wear green, orange, and maroon.


  • Local teams 1
  • All-star teams 2
  • B team 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Local teams

  • Junkyard Dolls
  • Mobtown Mods
  • Night Terrors
  • Speed Regime

All-star teams

  • CCRG All-Stars
Season Q4 ranking[2] Playoffs Championship
2007 22[3] DNQ DNQ
2008 4 (E) 5[4] DNQ
2009 4 (E) 4[5] DNQ
2010 3 (E) 3[6] R2
2011 3 (E) 3[7] R1[8]
2012 3 (E) 3[9] R1[10]
2013 9[11] DNQ

B team

Female Trouble


  1. ^ "Modern Roller Girls Find Sisterhood at the Rink". NPR. 2009-01-23. Retrieved 2009-01-19. 
  2. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
  3. ^ "Current WFTDA Rankings", Derby News Network, October 2007
  4. ^ "Derby in Dairyland", Flat Track Stats
  5. ^ "Wicked Wheels of the East 2009 Eastern Regionals", WFTDA
  6. ^ "Derby in the Burbs 2010 East Region Playoffs", WFTDA
  7. ^ Nightmare on 95
  8. ^ Justice Feelgood Marshall, "Championships Opening Round: 2NC Minnesota Upends 3E Charm City, 160-121", Derby News Network, 27 November 2011
  9. ^ Sugarbush Showdown
  10. ^ Grits and Glory
  11. ^ D1 Playoffs: Salem

External links

  • Charm City Roller Girls Official website
  • WBAL TV Charm City Roller Girls video
  • Womens Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA)
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