The Arch Rival Roller Girls is an organization of more than 60 active skaters and volunteers who manage and operate the league for and by themselves in accordance with the goals and mission of the WFTDA. ARRG leadership in 2008 consists of 9 elected members of the Board of Directors and 6 skaters who serve as elected captains and co-captains of the three teams. In addition, the league's day-to-day activities are managed through the work of different committees such as: Recruitment, Events, Graphics, Propaganda, Publicity, Merchandise, Conversion and Bout Production. ARRG is able to sustain its ambitious goals and events schedule by cross-sponsorship and marketing partnerships with local businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area.
The Arch Rival Roller Girls team has been featured extensively in St. Louis's media. They have been featured in local print, T.V. and radio news. Additionally, various rollergirls have been featured individually in the media. Arch Rival Roller Girl Riddle Lynn was featured on the debut of the TLC show My First Home in April, 2007. Dali Madison has been featured on local craft shows.
The Arch Rival Roller Girls's third season will conclude on October 11, 2008 with the championship bout between the M-80's and the Stunt Devils. 2008 season schedule
On September 20, 2008, the Arch Rival Roller Girls travel team won Fall Brawl, a regional tournament hosted by the Ft. Wayne Derby Girls. ARRG, ranked 44 by WFTDA, came into the double-elimination tournament as an underdog. ARRG defeated the Ohio Roller Girls(32) and the Cincinati Rollergirls (20) in early rounds, and came from behind to beat Grand Raggity Rollergirls in a 86-71 victory.