Roller Derby Quizzes & Trivia

Don’t try playing this one if you’re not good at roller skating because you might end up getting hurt. Gather all the knowledge that you have about roller derby and get ready for one of the most physical sports out there. We have questions concerning every aspect of the sport, from its history to some of its most prominent players.

Here are just a few samples to get you started before the quizzes: How many members does a roller derby team have in total? Approximately how many amateur roller derby leagues are currently around the world? What are the names of the two people credited with the basic evolution of the sport to its initial competitive form? Get all of the answers right and earn the top spot.
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This quiz tests your knowledge of flat track roller derby rules. Information was sourced from

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 502   |  Last updated: Jan 21, 2013
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    What is the maximum number of skaters on a team?

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Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 169   |  Last updated: Dec 12, 2013
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    If a Jammer has been called “Lead Jammer”, that skater will be Lead Jammer for the rest of the Jam unless...

The current rules test from WFTDA. Minimum skills requirement. 

Questions: 45  |  Attempts: 205   |  Last updated: Feb 12, 2013
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    Team A’s Jammer is not on the track prior to the jam starting whistle. Team A is allowed to send their Jammer from their bench onto the track to play in the in-progress jam.

Written test from the WFTDA Minimum Skills Requirements version 2.0 (updated on July 14, 2009)This test is applicable to the December 1, 2009 version of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association rules.This test was posted to...

Questions: 40  |  Attempts: 674   |  Last updated: Mar 31, 2015
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    True or false: A downed skater who slides out-of-bounds and then back in-bounds while still down maybe be penalized for cutting

Do you want to be a member of the flat-track roller derby and are asking yourself just how well you understand the rules of the game? It is important to know them, so you don’t stand to be disqualified. The quiz below is...

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 131   |  Last updated: Sep 6, 2019
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    These are the ____________ zones.

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Roller Derby Questions & Answers

What happens in this situation? One group of 3 Blue and 1 red, 11ft behind them there is 3 Red and 1 blue skating counter clockwise around the track
No pack is called4.1.2 - When two or more groups of Blockers equal in number are on the track, are more than 10 feet (3 m) from one another, and no single group meets the pack definition, no pack can be defined. Skaters will be issued a penalty for i
What happens when lead jammer removers her helemt cover, and then puts it back on?
She looses lead jammer status for the remainder of that jam.5.4 - Pass Procedure In order to transfer the Jammer position to the Pivot, a Jammer must remove the Jammer helmet cover and hand it to their teams Pivot. The Jammer helmet cover may not be
Who gets the penalty when a jam is called off for too many skaters on the track and the offending team did not field a Pivot, and the referees are not sure who the last Blocker on the track...
Closest Blocker to referee who made the call6.13.23 - Forcing a jam to be called off due to too many skaters on the track. The penalty is issued to the Pivot in that jam. If there is no Pivot in that jam, the penalty is issued to the last non-Pivot B
May a pivot who is too far ahead, lap the pack to rejoin?
1. false- - a blocker who is out of play must re-enter the engagement zone in the opposite way that blocker left. - if the blocker exited the front of the engagement zone, that blocker must drop back to be considered in play.
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