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- Valhalla Claims Canadian Bid; Badassilisks Claim Deferred UNSW Bid Valhalla has claimed a World Cup bid after defeating Guelph Quidditch today, 160*-90. Valhalla claims the bid, Canada’s fifth overall, after it was deferred by ...READ MORE
- Social Media Swag Excited about the World Cup? Show it with one of our Facebook profile pictures or cover photos! Right click on any of the pictures below ...READ MORE
- European Teams & UofA Defer; Six Regions Receive Bids The Midwest, Eastern Canada, Mid-Atlantic, West, South, and Southwest regions have each been offered an additional World Cup bid, as the six qualified European teams ...READ MORE
Quidditch is an intense, co-ed contact sport played by over 300 teams around the world. This April, 80 of those teams will descend upon North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to crown the sport’s world champion– the winner of the seventh annual IQA World Cup.
With 14 players, four balls, and the elusive human snitch, the World Cup games will unfold over two days of top-tier athleticism, incredible competition, and a community like no other. Come join the crowd, cheer, and be part of the most unique event in sports. After all, there are lots of championships, but there’s only one IQA WORLD CUP.