Harm City Roller Derby is Maryland’s only men’s derby league, comprising players from Baltimore, Washington, D.C, Frederick, Elkton, Newark, Del., and many other lovely mid-Atlantic locales.
Harm City Homicide, founded in Baltimore in January 2007, was one of the first men’s roller derby teams in the modern flat-track roller derby revival. We play by the standardized rule-set of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association.
Homicide is a founding member of the Men’s Roller Derby Association (Formerly the Men’s Derby Coalition). In 2010, Homicide participated in the first-ever official men’s roller derby season and hosted that year’s championship, taking 3rd place overall.
In 2012, the Harm City Roller Derby league added two more teams to its ranks, the Rollin’ Regulators of Cecil County and the Khaos of Frederick. Currently, the three teams bout locally, joining forces for inter-city match-ups.