Full Metal Bracket B Team Tournament

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Full Metal Bracket B Team Tournament says
The Texas Rollergirls are excited to welcome the top 10 North American B-teams, participants, and fans from all over to The Full Metal Bracket! We are thrilled to host three days of competitive roller derby at our home, The Blood Shed.

When: October 16-18, 2015
Where: The Blood Shed in Austin, TX

For more information, please download our Tournament Packet.

TOP 10 B TEAMS
1. Gotham: Wall Street Traitors
2. B.ay A.rea D.erby Girls: Team Gold
3. Texas Rollergirls: Firing Squad
4. Rose City Rollers: Axles of Annihilation
5. Montreal Roller Derby: Les Sexpos
6. Denver Roller Derby: Bruising Altitude
7. Atlanta Rollergirls: Rumble B’s
8. Detroit Derby Girls: Motor City Disassembly Line
9. Philly Roller Derby: Independence Dolls
10. Rat City Rollergirls: Rain of Terror

ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT

The Texas Rollergirls will be hosting the Full Metal Bracket B-Team tournament on October 16-18, 2015! Tournament passes are on sale now on Brown Paper Tickets.
With participation and interest in roller derby increasing over the past five years, many leagues are now fielding competitive B-teams. The Full Metal Bracket invites the top ten B-teams in North America to Austin to compete for the unofficial B-team championship.

The Full Metal Bracket offers sports fans a chance to see highly competitive roller derby from top North American leagues right here in Austin at the Texas Rollergirls’ own facility, the Blood Shed.

The Texas Rollergirls’ own B-team, the Firing Squad, will also compete the in the Full Metal Bracket. The Firing Squad are undefeated for the past two seasons, and are currently ranked third in North American B-teams on Flat Track Stats.

OFFICIALS/NSOs

We are accepting applications for Officials and NSOs. Apply here.

TOURNAMENT SPONSORSHIP

Interested in being an official tournament sponsor? Please contact sponsorship@texasrollergirls.org. We’d love to partner with you.
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By: Texas Rollergirls