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Teams of the World

Europe

European teams first competed in the World Cup in 1473, with a particularly violent final between Transylvania and Flanders. The European Cup began in 1652 and is played every three years.
Bigonville Bombers
Braga Broomfleet
Britain and Ireland
Flanders
Gorodok Gargoyles
Grodzisk Goblins
Heidelberg Harriers
Karasjok Kites
Quiberon Quafflepunchers
Transylvania
Vratsa Vultures

Historical Teams
National Teams

Atlas: Quidditch Teams of Europe and Africa



 
Bigonville
Bombers

robes: unknown
home: Luxembourg


Braga
Broomfleet

robes: unknown
home: Portugal


Flanders
robes: unknown
home: Belgium
Gorodok
Gargoyles

robes: unknown
home: Lithuania


Grodzisk
Goblins

robes: unknown
home: Poland


Heidelberg
Harriers

robes: unknown
home: Heidelberg, Germany


Karasjok
Kites

robes: unknown
home: Norway


Quiberon
Quafflepunchers

robes: shocking pink (QA8)
home: France


Transylvania
robes: unknown, but have been known to conceal flocks of vampire bats released against the opposing team (QA8)
home: Transylvania
Vratsa
Vultures
robes: unknown
home: Bulgaria

Historical teams


 

France
robes: unknown



Norway
robes: unknown


 

National Teams

England fields a team that lost to Luxembourg in 1994 [Y14] in the lead up to the World Cup. In the final, Bulgaria lost a very exciting match to Ireland, even though their Seeker caught the Snitch.

Bulgarian National Team (1994 [Y14]):
robes: scarlet (GF8)
mascot: Veela

Spanish National Team:
robes: Unknown
mascot: Unknown

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