Quidditch

Quidditch is a co-ed, full-contact sport with a unique mix of elements coming from rugby, dodgeball, and a few other sports. A game is made up of fourteen athletes (7 vs. 7) and while the game can appear chaotic at first, once familiar with the basic rules, Quidditch is an exciting sport to watch and even more exciting to play! FSU Quidditch began in 2011 and quickly adapted to bringing the sport out of the world of Harry Potter. In the seasons since, we have quickly grown from a beginner team to an established International Quidditch Association (IQA) competitor. Our team competitively travels to tournaments around the state and country, and even welcomes other teams to our campus at the annual Renegade Cup in November. For more information on the sport, visit www.usquidditch.org.

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Quick Facts

  • Roster Size: 21
  • Home Facility: Main Campus Fields
  • Practice Times: three days a week, 2 hours per day
  • Governing Body: US Quidditch and the International Quidditch Association (IQA)
  • League: Independent
  • Recent Opponents: UF, UMiami, FIU, UCF,   USF, FGCU, Flagler, Florida's Finest, Tennessee Tech, Southern Mississippi, College of Charleston

Recent Accomplishments

  • 2012: 5th Place at South Regionals  
  • 2013: 5th Place at South Regionals, earned a bid for Quidditch World Cup VI (Nationals)