• Businesses, merchants, and shops • Quidditch places Quality Quidditch Supplies was Harry Potter’s favorite shop in Diagon Alley. He visited it often when he stayed for three weeks at the Leaky Cauldron, since that summer the new Firebolt racing broom had been introduced and the shop had one on display (PA4). Quality Quidditch Supplies also once… Read More
• Lakes and marshes • Quidditch places Queerditch Marsh is the place where the game of Quidditch originated. Eight hundred years ago, a group of witches and wizards used an damp stretch of nettle-filled ground called Queerditch Marsh as a place to play a new game they had invented. This game involved broomsticks and a “big leather… Read More
• Place A small town on a peninsula in northwestern France, Quiberon is the home of the Quiberon Quafflepunchers, a Quidditch team known for flamboyant play that frequently wins the French league (QA8). Read More
• Quidditch places • Wizarding places The oval-shaped pitch (US: field of play) where Quidditch matches are held. It is 500 feet long by 180 feet wide (QA6). Pitches are located inside Quidditch stadiums – there are several in England and one at Hogwarts. Read More
• Place Quidditch-related places can mean any number of things, but here are some of the big ones: Quidditch stadiums The six stadiums we know of by name, all set on deserted moors Quidditch teams There are over 40 cities and a dozen countries specifically mentioned as having Quidditch teams; this link… Read More
• Moors • Quidditch places • Wilderness areas Britain and Ireland Teams in Britain and Ireland do not have their own home pitch for matches. Instead, Quidditch stadiums have been erected on a number of deserted moors. Players and fans come from all over to attend these matches. Various charms and magical effects have been used to prevent… Read More
• Buildings • Quidditch places • Wizarding places The sheer numbers of wizards attending a Quidditch World Cup requires the building and magical maintenance of a huge stadium. Read More