Lilac City Roller Derby is Spokane Washington’s first 501c3, WFTDA certified, flat track roller derby league.
Founded in 2006 as the Lilac City Roller Girls, LCRD has grown from a small group of women to a league that supports two WFTDA gendered teams, a men’s team, an open gender team and a motivated group of new skaters pushing themselves to learn the skills necessary to play full-contact roller derby.
Learn about the four teams that make up the LCRD family!
Find our latest games, community events, and new skater orientations.
Do you want to derby?!?!? Here's how to join!
Info about derby and our terms we use
Who are we? Meet your LCRD members!
Learn about how your business can be a part of the LCRD magic!
Check out our Calendar and come to one of our roller derby games, skater orientations, or other events! We would love to chat with you in person!
Feel free to send a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can. We all love derby, but running the league is a volunteer gig, please be patient if it takes a day or two to get back to you!
You can also reach us through Facebook and Instagram!
Spokane, Washington, United States
We acknowledge that we operate on the traditional land of the Spokane People and take a moment of pause to acknowledge not only the impact of the colonization of this land but also the strength and resiliency of the Spokane people and their relatives. We recognize the Spokane People as stewards of this land and the relationship that exists between area indigenous people and their traditional lands since time immemorial. We give thanks to the traditions and legacy of the indigenous people and their descendants and pledge to work to cultivate a relationship and honor their stewardship and values.
This Land Acknowledgement exists as a statement to Indigenous Persons who are here and who’ve been here since time immemorial. This statement does not exist in the past tense, but instead serves as a first step toward relationship building and supportive association. At Lilac City Roller Derby we value being good neighbors not only within our small community of skaters and league members but also to the people and the land we will visit for practices and games in the future. We acknowledge we have much to learn about land management and practices from the Indigenous Persons who have been and are still here, and are excited to foster space to continue learning, growing, and being good neighbors.
We extend a heartfelt thanks to Flora and Fauna Early Learning Center for their assistance on crafting our land acknowledgement.
Photo credits to Greg Hoover, Scott Butner, Shutter Thug Photography and Phoenix Rising Photography