The Queen City Roller Girls have announced their 2016 schedule to mark the 10th anniversary of the league in Western New York. This season offers a record 30+ games at the world’s first purpose built roller derby track at Buffalo Riverworks(359 Ganson St. Buffalo).

The unofficial start to the 2016 season will be the 4th Annual “We All Brawl” Expo Game this Saturday November 14th at Riverworks. Doors open at 6:30pm, first whistle at 7:00pm. The game is a great warm up for skaters and fans alike and the first opportunity for fans to see a QCRG game in a fully completed Riverworks atmosphere.

New League Executive Director Cathy Pedro-Garrison is looking forward to the new season and the opportunity to give fans the best sports experience ever offered by the league, “Our entire league is looking forward to our 10th year in 2016! 2015 saw our move to downtown

Buffalo and we are very excited to continue to grow in our beautiful new venue, Buffalo

Riverworks, and to be part of the growth and revitalization of downtown Buffalo!”

Building on their most successful season to date, with the Lake Effect Furies travel team making their first ever Division 1 Playoff Appearance in Omaha, Nebraska, QCRG is looking to continue to represent and make Buffalo proud on an international level.

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About the Queen City Roller Girls

Founded in 2006, the Queen City Roller Girls are Western New York’s premier Women’s Flat Track roller derby league. The skater owned and operated league consists of three home teams and a travel team representing the Buffalo area in the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) the Lake Effect Furies, a travel B Team and a Jr. League. Since its inception, the mission of Queen City Roller Girls has always been to provide opportunities for athleticism, camaraderie, and self-expression. Founded and supported entirely through the efforts of non-paid skaters, officials, and volunteers, QCRG has grown to over 150 members and continues to grow throughout the Buffalo-Niagara Region. Visit to find out more about your local derby girls.