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Roller Derby Charity Tournament

Louisey Rider Cup

June 15th 2024

it's time for

The Louisey Rider Cup 2024

The Louisey Rider Cup is an annual roller derby tournament hosted by Nottingham Roller Derby. It has been created to celebrate the life of skater Louise Wright, aka Louisey Rider #66, who was sadly taken from us in a cycling accident in 2014. 

A key part of the UK roller derby calendar, this annual event has so far made over £20,000 for road safety charity Brake. Back at Harvey Hadden Sports Village on the 15th of June, this year the team is pulling out all the stops and aiming to raise that total to over £25,000 - can you help them to reach that target? Get your spectator tickets below.

Spectator Tickets
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What to expect

  • A full day of roller derby
  • Lots of additional fun and games for kids and adults alike
  • Delicious cakes and savoury treats
  • Stalls from local and national traders
  • An epic raffle 
  • The after party to end all after parties
The After Party

Making a difference

300 Spectators and volunteers
90 Roller Derby players
£21,322 Raised so far...

More important details...

The Louisey Rider Cup will be held for the second year at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Nottingham, NG8 4PB on Saturday 15 June 2024.  Doors Open at 9:45am and the first whistle is at 10:00 am. 

Advanced spectator tickets are only £5.35 (£7 on the door) with all profits going to the road safety charity break and kids under 16 go free. Buy your tickets here

Skater tickets are hot property and the six teams are made up of players from teams across the UK and even a few players from further a field. 

The six teams will compete in the day-long tournament which is made up of 9 half-hour games (6 group games and 3 deciders). 

Bring a pen and grab your tournament programme at the door so that you can keep tabs on all of the action. 

Harvey Hadden is wheelchair accessible with step-free access to the hall and accessible toilets. Entry is free for accompanying carers.

We are committed to making LRC a safe space for everyone involved. With this in mind, we retain the right to refuse admission to anyone we feel may threaten this. Furthermore, we reserve the right to remove people from the tournament or the afterparty if their conduct jeopardises the safety and well-being of attendees.

Tickets will be on sale 14th April at 6pm and available via See Tickets.

Roller Derby is an inclusive sport and we'll passionately defend every skaters right to compete. The Louisey Rider Cup is now and forever open to all however a player identifies. 

All we ask is that you have recent experience playing games or scrims for a team. The tournament reserves the right to remove any player that is deemed unsafe.

If you have any further questions, please get in touch with us at:

If you can't make it this year but you want to help us reach our goal of reaching £25,000 in 2024, you can donate directly to our fundraiser by clicking the button on this page.  

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