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Join us this November 12th and December 17th for a two part return of The Skatemare Before Christmas in the Ohio Building at the Ohio Expo Center. We have missed playing games for our fans, and we’re thrilled that our first games back will showcase the legendary rivalry of the Ohio Roller Bells vs. Ghouls.



November 12 – Bells vs. Ghouls – Buy tickets HERE – SOLD OUT!!

December 17 – Ghouls vs. Bells – Buy tickets HERE


All Ohio Roller Derby home games are held in the Ohio Building at the Ohio Expo Center, 717 E 17th Avenue. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The game begins at 5 p.m.


The Expo Center charges $5 per vehicle for parking; carpooling is strongly encouraged. The venue is a short walk from the OSU campus area and COTA bus routes stop right outside the Expo Center. Concessions are available on-site. Please do not bring outside food or drinks into the venue. The Expo Center sells standard fairground fare and beverages, including beer.


We ask that all participants, including fans, follow the WFTDA Code of Conduct.


For the protection of Ohio Roller Derby athletes, officials, volunteers, and fans, we have set the following COVID-19 safety measures for our 2022 games:
  • Proof of vaccination: all attendees 12 and over must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, along with identification if requested.
  • Masking: at this time, masks are optional but encouraged per the CDC’s recommendation for Franklin County. In the event that the CDC upgrades Franklin County’s level to “high”, masks will be required. Additionally, there will be a masks-required bleacher for spectators who prefer that option.
  • Illness: if you have purchased a ticket and have COVID symptoms or test positive leading up to the game, please do not attend. Your ticket can be transferred to a future date or refunded by contacting¬†¬†prior to the game!


Ohio Roller Derby references COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC, Franklin County, and the Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby Association. OHRD reserves the right to change or add additional safety protocols at our discretion. Attendees will be informed of any changes to requirements before the event via our website, email, and ticket links. All attendees must be ready to comply or forfeit their ticket. Thank you for your cooperation and collaboration as we do our best to have a safe and fun event!