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Quidditch Club

Quidditch Club
Quidditch Club
Quidditch Club
Quidditch Club
Quidditch Club
Quidditch Club


Quidditch is a full-contact, co-ed sport adapted from the Harry Potter series. This emerging sport is played in more than 20 countries around the world and combines elements of rugby, handball, dodgeball, and wrestling. With four distinct positions and as many as five balls in play at once, quidditch is both mentally and athletically demanding - far from “a bunch of nerds running around on brooms.” As a part of the team, you will participate in tournaments across Canada and the United States at a highly competitive level. Guelph Quidditch is well known for being one of the best teams in Canada, winning the 2018 National Tournament and the 2019 Regionals Tournament. For those who would like a more relaxed introduction to quidditch, we also offer a recreational league open to all levels of athletic experience and ability.

Our Executive Team 

  • President: Owen Davies
  • Co-Head Captain + Safety Officer: Ryan Babensee 
  • Co-Head Captain: Liam Catton
  • Beater Captain: Naiomi Goddard
  • Chaser Captain: Justin Meyers 


  • Competitive Fee: $210/year

*All clubs memberships require a prerequisite base athletics membership.  Currently enrolled, on-campus students already have this prerequisite membership during the Fall and Winter semesters.  For all other community participants and students attending classes in the summer months, a monthly base membership is required for purchase before enrolling into a club*  

Practice Time

Tryouts: October 4th, 5th, 7th - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Practice Times: Occur on Johnston Green

  •  Monday's (October 18, 25 - 6:30 - 8:30pm)
  •  Wednesday's (October 20, 27 - 5:30 - 7:30pm) 
  • Thursday's (October 21 6:30 - 8:30pm)



What is Quidditch?: 

Gameplay Video - Guelph Quidditch vs Valhalla Quidditch: 

Quidditch Q&A
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What Participants Have Said...

“I thought it was going to be Harry Potter Club. Turns out it’s a real sport and it’s pretty intense.”
— Denver Staines, Head Captain
“The first tournament we went to in Cortland, we won the last two games against two teams that were very good, and that was when I finally realized that quidditch is more than just a bunch of nerds on brooms.”
— Bradley Connolly, Chaser Captain
“What surprised me most about the sport is how many different backgrounds people can come from, how many different types of athletes can come together and join a really awesome, unique sport.”
— Tia Julien, Chaser
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