Chapter 8 - "The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide" - This chapter discusses the history of Quidditch in countries outside Britain. Some of the most well-known teams from those countries are mentioned.
The Irish have been playing [Quidditch] almost as long as the British. A match from 1385 was described by [Zacharias Mumps].
Several sources in literature reveal that Quidditch was being played in Norway and France in the 1400s.
The history of the Quidditch World Cup is discussed. The most violent final of them all was the first one, in 1473.
Teams from Bulgaria, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal, and Luxembourg are mentioned.
Australia and New Zealand
The spread of Quidditch to Australia and New Zealand is described. Some of the more well-known teams from that part of the world are mentioned.
The introduction of Quidditch to Africa is discussed and some of the prominent African teams are mentioned.
The history of Quidditch in North America is discussed, and some of the prominent US and Canadian teams are mentioned. The similar game of Quodpot is described.
The prominent teams of South America are described.
Although Quidditch is not as popular in Asia because of their preference for flying carpets, there are a few prominent teams.