Analysis

World Cup 2020: Europe’s Time?

July 17, 2018 0

By Emma Whitney A bit over two weeks have passed by already, and the dust has more or less settled on World Cup 2018. Yes, the end result was not the shocker of 2016, with […]

Africa

In Other IQA News

June 25, 2018 0

By Ashara Peiris The IQA is undoubtedly a very important part of the sport of quidditch, starting out as the NGB for the US before morphing into its current version as an international body responsible […]

Analysis

QPL 2018 Southern Division Preview

June 22, 2018 0

By Gavin Hughes With the first Northern division fixture of the 2018 Quidditch Premier League season at last consigned to the history books and predictions of parity between that division’s top three proven correct, our […]

Analysis

Slavic Cup Recap

June 22, 2018 0

By Richard Turkowitsch Editor’s Note: Richard Turkowitsch is a non-playing member of the Vienna Vanguards. One of the most prestigious tournaments in central and eastern Europe is Poland’s own Slavic Cup. The 2018 edition was […]

International

QP Roundtable: Quidditch in Ten Years

May 10, 2018 0

Editor’s Note: The Quidditch Post is excited to introduce a brand new segment: the QP roundtable #qprt. Once every two weeks the host, our very own former QP CEO, and IQA Trustee, Andy Marmer, invites […]

Analysis

EQC Preview 2018: Norway

April 25, 2018 0

EQC Preview 2018: OSI Quidditch Vikings By Ragnhild W. Dahl, with comments from Jakob Lenz Editor’s Note: Ragnhild W. Dahl will be chasing for OSI Vikings at EQC. Jakob Lenz is coach of OSI Vikings. […]

Analysis

EQC Preview 2018: Spain

April 25, 2018 0

By Miguel Vázquez Lumos Compostela Team Development Lumos Compostela is the strongest Spanish team at the moment, and a strong candidate to reach the upper bracket at Pfaffenhofen. However, this has not been always the […]