The Quidditch Handbook
Teams of the World

North and South America

Although Quidditch was introduced to what would become the United States early in the 1600s, it didn't really catch on there, partly because of the development of another broom game in the U.S. called Quodpot. There are excellent North and South American teams, however, including some of the best teams in the world from Canada and Peru.

Fitchburg Finches
Haileybury Hammers
Moose Jaw Meteorites
Stonewall Stormers
Sweetwater All-Stars
Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers

Historical Teams
National Teams

Atlas: Quidditch Teams of North and South America



 
Fitchburg
Finches

robes: unknown
home: Massachusetts, U.S.A.



 
Haileybury
Hammers

robes: unknown
home:
Canada

  • very accomplished team (QA8)


 
Moose Jaw
Meteorites

robes: unknown
home: Canada

  • threatened with disbandment in the 1970s because of their fondness for flying over local villages shooting sparks from their broomtails (QA8)


 
Stonewall
Stormers

robes: unknown
home: Canada

  • very accomplished team (QA8)


 
Sweetwater
All-Stars

robes: unknown
home: Texas, U.S.A.



Tarapoto
Tree-Skimmers

robes: unknown
home: Peru

Historical teams

Nothing yet.



National Teams

Argentina
Reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup in the last century.

Brazil
Reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup in the last century.

Peru
Could be the first World Cup winner from Latin America soon (QA8).

United States
Captained by Seeker Maximus Brankovitch III (QA8).