• Books and Literature • Quidditch • Sports and competitions The book Quidditch Through the Ages is the standard guide to the game of Quidditch, favored by fans all over Britain. It was written by Kennilworthy Whisp and first published in 1952 by WhizzHard Books. The book contains information about the history of broom sports, and Quidditch in… Read More
• Source published: March 12, 2001  in association with Scholastic Publishing, Arthur Levine Books  originally published 1952 by Whizz Hard Books, Diagon Alley, London  illustrated by J.K. Rowling A popular Hogwarts library book, reproduced for Muggles. The book covers the history of Quidditch from its origins… Read More
• Magical effects Several charms are used to make the game of Quidditch possible: The Quaffle is enchanted to make it fall more slowly than would otherwise be the case. This spell was invented by Daisy Pennifold, hence the modern Quaffle is referred to as a Pennifold Quaffle. The Golden Snitch is enchanted… Read More
• Quidditch • Sports teams The Quidditch Teams of Hogwarts are popular and important. Each House fields a team, which includes the seven players and often one or two reserve players as well. The four houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry compete to win the Quidditch Cup, a great honour. The team which… Read More