It gets cold in December, but the LA Derby Dolls will be turning up the heat at Champs! Be there as the undefeated Varsity Brawlers take to the track one more time against the hard-hitting Sirens.

Saturday’s Championship Bout will be the third time this season that Sirens and Varsity Brawlers face off against each other at the Dollosseum, so it’s expected that this rivalry has grown strong. The last time these two teams met on the track, the win came down to 12 points in favor of the Varsity Brawlers; who despite being undefeated, have yet to win a Championship title.

11260381_10153419533691918_8350233575004686733_oSirens have won 4 Championship titles—most recently in 2014 in a heated match against the Tough Cookies. This Saturday, they will be skating for the chance to win their second consecutive title. Captain Melistophelis and Co-captain Wreckonomic Stimulus recalled, “Sirens were in this exact situation in 2014, going into Champs against a team that had been undefeated across the entire home season. It’s making the team focused and hungry, everyone knows they are going to have to do their part 100% in order to upset VB’s ‘purple reign.’ It’s all about the teamwork at this point, and if there’s one thing we know how to do as Sirens it’s be there for each other. It’s going to be a great game.”

The Varsity Brawlers have proven that hard work, dedication and enthusiasm can bring a team together and skyrocket from underdog status to viable threat.  Varsity Brawlers Captain Oblivienne Westwood and Co-captain Absolut Jayhem stated the Varsity Brawlers are “proud of the hard work the team has put in the entire year and can’t wait to skate Championships against the Sirens,” going on to say, “We have been working with Champs in mind all season so we are trying to stay focused.”

Be there for our last bout of 2015. Pre-sale tickets are available online now at—championsh/. You’ll also be able to buy season passes for the 2016 Derby Dolls season starting at this bout!  There will be four available packages with exclusive perks–a great holiday gift for the roller derby enthusiast!

Finally, Don’t forget to bring a toy donation for the Hollenbeck Youth Center’s 38th Annual “Miracle on First Street Christmas Toy Giveaway.” The LA Derby Dolls share the belief that every child should get a gift during the holidays.  Help the Derby Dolls bring gifts to the children of Los Angeles with the Hollenbeck Youth Center’s Annual Miracle on 1st Street Christmas Toy Giveaway by donating a new, unused toy at our Championships Bout on Saturday, Dec. 5. In addition to donating and helping collect donated toys for the drive, LA Derby Dolls will also be volunteering to give out toys on December 12th at the 38th annual Miracle on 1st Street Christmas Toy Giveaway!

General Admission tickets for Saturday’s game are only $15 online and $18 at the door. VIP tickets are $35 online and $38 at door, and include premium seating and a new private outdoor patio with bar. Special discount tickets are available for seniors, military, students and children under 12 yrs old. Doors open at 6:30pm, bout takes place at 8pm.

NEW! Self-parking lot now available for $10, easily park your own car and get to the bout fast and the afterparty faster.

As a Reminder, any large DSLR type cameras that require a camera bag or have interchangeable lenses are strictly prohibited for personal fan use and will be not be allowed into the Dollosseum. All professional cameras and equipment will remain for press outlets only.

The LA Derby Dolls ( are Southern California’s premiere women’s banked-track, roller derby league. Honored as a Treasure of Los Angeles by the Central City Association, the Derby Dolls, a volunteer-run, skater owned co-op, is made up of women from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions. The LA Derby Dolls are one of only fourteen leagues in the U.S. playing roller derby on a banked track. Within the league, four fierce teams battle for dominance: Fight Crew, Sirens, Tough Cookies, and Varsity Brawlers. The LA Ri-Ettes are LA Derby Doll’s all-star team, who compete against the best teams in the nation. The league also operates the Junior Derby Dolls ( for girls ages 7-17.