Our mission is to foster the international sport of Junior Roller Derby in southeast Idaho.

2023 Registration is OPEN!

Our juniors team practices on Wednesdays from 6:00-7:30pm at the Pocatello Community Charter School beginning February 1st.

Registration details below.

Membership Requirements:

  • Open to anyone ages 8-18

  • Must hold a GPA of 2.5 (or equivalent)

  • Bring a positive attitude and a willingness to try to every practice

  • Treat team members and coaches with respect

Package Details:

Cost: $125 per session (3 months) and includes:

  • Weekly practices

  • GSRD merch item (chosen by skaters each quarter)

We're in - now what?

  1. Register using the JUNIOR 2023 REGISTRATION form.

  2. Pay via Paypal, Venmo, Square Site, or with cash/card at the first practice.

  3. Gather your gear (see details below).

What should I bring with me to practice?

  • Wear clothes you can move in (work out clothes usually work best)

  • Most skaters wear socks that fit snuggly

  • Athletic shoes - we do some off skates drills at most practices

  • Your own mouthguard - we try to not borrow those (we do have one time use mouthguards in case of emergencies - they are not very comfy to wear for an hour)

  • A water bottle

  • Gear - see notes below

Gear Requirements

Safety is our number one priority, closely followed by learning to cooperate as a team and treat others with kindness.

All skaters must have the following safety equipment. We have several pieces of equipment that your skater can borrow. When you're registering, just let us know what your skater needs and we'll do our best to accomodate.

Quad Roller Skates

We strongly encourage skates with a rubber toe stop (not hard plastic toe stops).

Knee Pads, Elbow Pads, and Wrist Gauards

The bigger the better! One of the first skills your skater will learn is how to fall on their knee pads - it's better to fall on pillows than thin sheets of pretty fabric.


A well fitting helmet is essential for preventing concussions. You should be able to shake your head without your helmet moving around.


We highly recommend SISU mouthguards - which allow skaters to talk while wearing them. However any impact sport rated mouthguard will do.

Where to buy gear?