Fierce Valley Roller Girls are a women’s roller derby league, founded in November 2010. Our training sessions and our home games are held in Grangemouth Sports Complex.

We are home to around 40 members, including skaters; officials; and non-skating members. We hold regular taster sessions throughout the year to welcome anyone aged 18+ to join us.

We are a proud member of the United Kingdom Roller Derby Association (UKRDA). Our affiliation with the UKRDA is a testament to how much passion and dedication our members have for our league – and for roller derby.

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Want to be a competitive skater or as a referee?

If you would like to register as either a skater or a referee, the taster session will give you the opportunity to learn the basics of skating (and stopping!) safely. You will be buddied up with an experienced skater who will share their wisdom  and their equipment  with you. Please bring your own mouth guard.

After the taster session, we will welcome you into a dedicated roller derby training program for beginners, tailor-made and led by FVRG coaches. On completion of the beginners training, you will also attend the intermediate training, where your roller derby minimum skills will be assessed. Beginner-training is held on Sunday mornings; intermediate-training is held on Wednesday nights.

Competitive skaters will then move into the advanced training program and have the opportunity to try out for our travel team. Advanced-training is held on Friday nights; team-training is held on Tuesday nights.

Upon completion of their intermediate training, referees will branch off into the referee training program. Its common for referees to gain their basic training in our intermediate sessions, and then move onto officiating drills in the advanced and team sessions.

Want to be a non-skating member?

Not everyone in at FVRG skates, believe it or not. If you want to be part of the roller derby community but don’t wish to compete of officiate, then you can join us a Non Skating Member. Were always looking for Non Skating Officials (NSOs); artwork designers; photographers; bloggers  the list goes on. All we ask is that you attend at least one of our scrims (internal games) per month to keep you integrated with the league and to learn the rules of the game.