Formed in early 2007, the Ventura County Derby Darlins are a dedicated, passionate group of women who are committed to the support and growth of all female, flat track roller derby.
The Derby Darlins are a not-for-profit organization, and much of the money they make goes to local community charities. In fact, each skater must pay league dues in order to train and skate with VCDD.
Every hit, every injury, and every lap is real. We invite you to come out to our next event and take a seat in the front row to see the damage up close and personal. (Don’t mind the DANGER disclaimer court side!)
If you like what you see and can’t get enough VCDD, we are always looking for new players, referees, volunteers and guest coaches. Roller Derby is an awesome way to get fit, get out some of your aggressions and meet some truly amazing people.
If you’re just in the mood to watch some amped up, jaw dropping action, the Darlins can never have too many awesome dedicated FANS!
For more information, visit www.vcderbydarlins.com. The Darlins practice at Freedom Park Rink, 528 Freedom Park Drive, Camarillo three nights a week and home games are played at Freedom Park and Ventura County Fairgrounds.