Quidditch-related places can mean any number of things, but here are some of the big ones:
The six stadiums we know of by name, all set on deserted moors
There are over 40 cities and a dozen countries specifically mentioned as having Quidditch teams; this link will take you to a list by continent.
Historical Quidditch sites:
- Kent, where the Golden Snidget was first used in a game
- The Modesty Rabnott Golden Snidget Reservation, set up to protect the birds
- New Zealand, where seventeenth-century Maori art depicts Quidditch matches
- Norway, where verses were being written about the sport in the 1400s
- Queerditch Marsh, where the game was first invented
- Yorkshire, where the game was being played by the twelfth century
- Arkie Alderton’s Kwik-Repair Shop, which fixes damaged brooms
- Black Forest, home to Ellerby and Spudmore (a broom company)
- Museum of Quidditch, in London
- Quality Quidditch Supplies, a shop in Diagon Alley
- Splinter and Kreek’s, a used broom shop
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