You can party all night… but our bus drivers can’t!
We will have a limited amount of buses shuttling back to both hotels from the after party. However, we have arranged a flat rate for taxi service for those who miss the bus. Please be aware of this so you can party accordingly. And just so you know, the after party is walking distance from the bunker. So you saved half your taxi fare already!
If you have questions, please ask!
Tickets are sold out for Saturday and Sunday. Waiting List is cl0sed.
Single chairs are for VIP only. Bleacher seating is available but limited, other options are sitting on the ground or standing. Some vendors have seat cushions for sale to make sitting on the ground and bleachers more comfortable. You are welcome to bring your own folding chair and find a spot! It is suggested you pick out your seat (or where you want to stand) before each bout starts, before the crowd forms at that track.
There is a small amount of event programs remaining, so buy one before they are all gone! Available at the Blood & Thunder booth. We sold out of World Cup shirts and hoodies Friday but we will have more starting Saturday morning.
You can purchase DVDs of each bout, almost immediately after the last point is scored, just come to our booth and pick out which bout(s) you want! These DVDs will work in any DVD player, no matter what country you watch it in. You can also purchase the DVDs online at rollerderbyworldcup.bigcartel.com
Teams are rotating and selling their own merch at the entrance to the arena, next to the ATM.
If you have any questions, let us know!
We hope you are all enjoying this event, whether you are here with us in Toronto or watching online!
Please visit our vendors and sponsors!
9:30 A.M.: Germany vs. New Zealand
11:30 A.M. Australia vs. Sweden
1:30 P.M.: USA vs. winner Germany/NZ
3:30 P.M.: Canada vs. Finland
5:30 P.M.: To be determined
7 P.M.: To be determined
10 A.M.: Argentina vs. Scotland
11:30 A.M.: Brazil vs Ireland
1 P.M.: winner Argentina/Scotland vs. loser Germany/NZ
2:30 P.M.: England vs. France
4:30 P.M.: To be determined
6 P.M.: To be determined
Time Bus 1
830 am Crowne Plaza
9 am The Bunker
930 am Crowne Plaza
10 am The Bunker
10 30 am Crowne Plaza
11 am The Bunker
1130 am Crowne Plaza
noon The Bunker
1230 pm Crowne Plaza
1 pm The Bunker
130 pm Crowne Plaza
2 pm The Bunker
230 pm The Bunker
3 pm Crowne Plaza
330 pm The Bunker
4 pm Crowne Plaza
430 pm The Bunker
5 pm Crowne Plaza
530 pm The Bunker
6 pm Crowne Plaza
*Times are approximate. This is a single bus loop. Be sure to leave early, particularly if you are trying to arrive in time for the scrimmage.*
*If you are registering today, come early, bring all the forms your wrangler had you fill out, bring your passport, bring 20$ USD if you need USARS event coverage*
Thursday, December 1:
5 P.M., Track 1: Canada vs. France
5:30 P.M., Track 2: Australia vs. Germany
6:20 P.M., Track 1: Argentina vs. Ireland
6:50 P.M., Track 2: New Zealand vs. U.S.A.
7:40 P.M., Track 1: Brazil vs. Sweden
8:10 P.M., Track 2: Australia vs. Finland
9 P.M., Track 1: USA vs USA expo bout
Friday, December 2:
9:30 A.M., Track 1: England vs. Ireland
10 A.M., Track 2: New Zealand vs. Scotland
10:50 A.M., Track 1: Canada vs. Sweden
11:20 A.M., Track 2: Finland vs. Germany
12:10 P.M., Track 1: Brazil vs. France
12:40 P.M., Track 2: Scotland vs. U.S.A.
1:30 P.M., Track 1: Argentina vs. England
2 P.M., Track 2: France vs. Sweden
2:50 P.M., Track 1: Brazil vs. Canada
4 P.M. – 5:30: Welcome Ceremony: Parade of Nations
5:30 – 10 P.M.: Beginning of elimination round
Saturday, December 3:
9:30 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.: Elimination and placement rounds
Sunday, December 4:
10:30 A.M. – 6:30 P.M.: Elimination and placement rounds
6:30 – 9 P.M.: Closing celebration and award-giving at the Bunker
On November 14, 2011, the skaters and coaches of Team USA Roller Derby assembled for the first time as a team. The afternoon started with a team meeting and private practice. Then there was a public Stars and Stripes fundraiser scrimmage. Afterward, the players met with fans, signed Team USA memorabilia, and reflected on the events of the day.