The 2018 Roller Derby World Cup is almost here! If you don’t see your question here, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Where is the schedule?
A: The schedule can be found at rollerderbyworldcuplive.com
Q: Where can I buy tickets?
A: You can purchase tickets here: https://rollerderbyworldcup.brownpapertickets.com
Q: Can I watch online?
A: Yes! The entire event (4 days, 4 tracks) will be live-streamed via Derby Duck Productions. You can read more about it here: LIVE STREAM INFO
Q: What if I have problems purchasing tickets?
A: Please contact us at email@example.com or BPT directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: I see that children 10 and under are free. Do I need to reserve a ticket for them?
A: We will allow 2 children 10 and under in free for every paid adult. They must be present at the time we scan your ticket.
Q: Can I get a refund? Are tickets transferable?
A: There are no refunds. Tickets are transferable (but not shareable). You can give or sell your entire ticket to anyone, but you cannot split days with anyone else. Tickets will be recognized by their bar code, and not the name of the ticket holder so names on the tickets are not important.
Q: Do I need to bring my printed tickets with me? Can I just say my name at the door or show you my paypal receipt?
A: If you chose the print-at-home option, simply print your tickets and bring them with you. This helps keep the line moving. If for some reason you are unable to bring your ticket, representatives from Brown Paper Tickets will be on site to confirm your purchase. If you chose the will-call option, then you can show your receipt at the will call table.
Q: I never got (or cannot find) the email with my tickets! How can I print my tickets?
A: If you purchased with a credit card, you can look up your tickets by clicking here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/trackorder.html. If you purchased via paypal, contact email@example.com and they should be able to help you.
Q: Are you selling 2-day or single day tickets?
A: Thursday only and Friday only tickets are now available. A limited amount of single-day tickets will also be available at the door each day.
Q: Should I bring money? Is there an ATM?
A: There will be many vendors at the event, as well as team merch, – and food, and beer – so YES – bring money! There is an ATM near the entrance.
Q: What about food? Beer?
A: There will be food for sale. We are doing our best to make sure there are some good choices available, including vegan. There will be a bar, as well.
Q: What hotel should i book?
A: There are many affordable hotels in the area, but we do not have any contracts with them. Public transportation information will be announced soon.
Q: What rule set will be played?
A: The 2018 Roller Derby World Cup will be played by current WFTDA Rules for Flat Track Roller Derby.
Q: How can I play in the Roller Derby World Cup?
A: You must be on your country’s world team to compete. It’s too late to participate in the 2018 Roller Derby World Cup, but there’s always next time!
Q: How can I join my country’s team?
A: Please contact your country’s national team for information on how to try out for the next Roller Derby World Cup.
Q: How can my country compete at the next Roller Derby World Cup?
A: Contact the RDNC for information about forming a new team.
Q: I want to be an official at the cup!
A: Sorry, the deadline for applying has now passed.
Q: I want to be an announcer!
A: Sorry, the deadline has passed.
Q: I am a member of the media and would like credentials!
A: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about yourself and your media outlet.
Q: I want to volunteer!
A: That’s awesome! We have most of our volunteers in place, but if you want to be considered, just email email@example.com for more information.
Q: I want to donate to the teams fundraisers!
A: Many teams are fundraising to get to Manchester. Click on our teams page for links to their social media. Most likely, they will have their fundraising links listed.
Any other questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org