• Countries A country in Africa and home to the Sumbawanga Sunrays Quidditch team. (QA8)… Read More
• Cities A small, South American city perched on the edge of the Amazon rainforest in Peru, this “city of palms” is the home of South America’s most famous Quidditch team, the Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers (QA8). Read More
• Sports teams The Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers are a South American Quidditch team who come from Peru (QA8). Unlike most of South America, who play the North American game of Quodpot, Peruvian wizards learned to play Quidditch from the European wizards who came to oversee the breeding and numbers of… Read More
• Event The champions take it in turn to try to steal a golden egg from the clutches of a different kind of dragon. Harry summons his broom to help him get the egg from his dragon a Hungarian Horntail, and he completes the task in the shortest amount of time. Before… Read More
• Place A small city in central Togo, Tchamba is home to the Tchamba Charmers, a Quidditch team known for being “masters of the reverse pass” (QA8).  … Read More
• Sports teams The Tchamba Charmers are a Quidditch team from Togo in Africa. The Charmers are known for their ability to do the difficult “reverse pass” move (QA8). Read More
• Thing Wizards attending the Quidditch World Cup have been known to customise their tents both inside and out, even though they are supposed to be keeping a low profile. Read More
• Event “Gryffindor house, meanwhile, largely thanks to their spectacular performance in the Quidditch Cup, had won the House Championship for the third year running. This meant that the end-of-term feast took place amid decorations of scarlet and gold, and that the Gryffindor table was the noisiest of the lot, as everybody… Read More
• Quote I like inventing names. Quiddich — the name Quiddich — it took me ages to find the right name for it, took me about two days and I’ve still got the notebook I did it in and you can see Quiddich at the bottom of the last page of this notebook… Read More
• Character Name(required) Email(required) Website Message Submit Dean Thomas was a “half-blood” Gryffindor boy from London in Harry’s year at Hogwarts. History He was a classmate of Harry’s and best friends with Seamus Finnigan (GF7). He was a black Londoner who grew up as a Muggle,… Read More
• Character Thorsten Pfeffer played Seeker for the German National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Sports teams The Thundelarra Thunderers are a Quidditch team from Australia (QA8). The Thunderers, along with their traditional rivals the Woollongong Warriors, dominate the Australian league. Their competition is so fierce that refereeing a game between the two is seen as “asking for” personal injury, which has given rise to the… Read More
• Broomsticks Thunderbolt VII brooms were ridden by the Nigeria National Team at the Quidditch World Cup in 2014. Thunderbolt Broom Manufacturers have a bad reputation for designing brooms that favour speed over safety (Pm). After the tail of a Thunderbolt VII broom disintegrated when hit by a Bludger during… Read More
• Character Timothy Blenkinsop is a supporter of the Puddlemere United Quidditch team in the 1990s (DP4). Interviewed by the Daily Prophet, Blenkinsop was 23 at the time of Puddlemere’s 30 September match against the Holyhead Harpies. He was caught in the ensuing riot and still had a tail resulting from… Read More
• Character Sidney Todd was a fan the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team (DP3). Read More
• Character Todoroki was the Keeper for the Japanese Quidditch Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm). An unsung participant in the 2014 tournament, Todoroki’s skill at saving goals passed by almost unnoticed in the tournament, as he or she was a member of such an outstanding Quidditch team… Read More
• Countries A country in West Africa and home to the Quidditch team, the Tchamba Charmers. (QA8)… Read More
• Character Tony Silva played Seeker for Brazil’s National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Cities The most successful Japanese Quidditch team is based in Toyohashi – the Toyohashi Tengu. From an international perspective, this team is rather unusual in that it ceremonially sets fire to its brooms following each defeat (QA8). The city of Toyohashi, located on Japan’s southern Pacific coast, is thousands of years… Read More
• Sports teams The Toyohashi Tengu are a Quidditch team from Japan. Although Quidditch has not yet caught on with wizarding communities in the Far East, one of the notable exceptions is the the Toyohashi Tengu, a popular and successful Japanese team (QA8). In 1994, the team narrowly lost… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Though once a sovereign nation in its own right, Transylvania became part of Romania after World War I and has remained so ever since. It is of course also known for being the setting of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, giving it a stereotyped association with vampires and… Read More
• Sports teams The Transylvanian National Teams come from the Eastern European country of Transylvania. Quidditch The first Quidditch World Cup final was held in 1473 between Transylvania and Flanders (QA8, Pm). It was also notorious for having been extremely violent and officials recorded 700 known types of fouls during the match,… Read More
• Quidditch A Transylvanian Tackle is a Quidditch move which was first seen at the 1473 Quidditch World Cup, a match between the national teams of Flanders and Transylvania. This Quidditch World Cup was where instances of all 700 known fouls were committed in the one match (QA6, QA10). Read More
• Character Troy was a Chaser for Ireland’s National Team at the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Countries Bridging the border between southeastern Europe and the Middle East, Turkey (and the former Ottoman Empire) has found itself literally and figuratively caught in the middle of a number of large events throughout history, though the country as it currently stands has existed for less than a century. Read More
• Sports teams The Turkish National Teams come from the Eurasian country of Turkey. It is considered to be part of both Europe and Asia. Quidditch The Turkish team played against the English national side that included Ludo Bagman during the 1980s (GF30). Read More
• Towns Home of the Tutshill Tornados, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League with a long history of success (QA7). Tutshill itself is a town in southeastern Wales, east of Newport. See also the Muggle Encyclopedia entry for Tutshill. Read More
• Sports teams The Tutshill Tornados are an English Quidditch team from Tutshill in Gloucestershire near the Welsh Borders, founded in 1520 (QA7). robes: sky-blue with a double “T” in dark blue on the chest and back home: Tutshill They have a “nine-hundred year history,” according to the Daily Prophet,… Read More
• Event Ron Weasley, who supports the Chudley Cannons, accuses Cho Chang of being one of Tutshill Tornados fans to have only begun following the team since they started winning. Cho coolly answers that she has been a fan since childhood. Hermione Granger starts arguing with Ron afterwards,… Read More
• Broomsticks The Twigger was developed by Flyte and Barker in 1990 as an alternative to the popular and technically advanced Nimbus series of brooms. The Twigger was an expensive and good-looking product but ultimately its defects meant that it was only bought by wizards who wanted to flash their money… Read More