Quidditch Referee

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Rolanda Hooch played by Zoe WanamakerThe sport of Quidditch is a product of the mind of JK Rowling in her magical Harry Potter series. The first Quidditch Referee the world was introduced to in The Philosopher’s Stone book of 1997 was Rolanda Hooch.

Quidditch RefereesIn 2005, Xander Manshel and Alex Benepe created a Muggle version of the game in Vermont USA, that has grown into a worldwide sport and has over 500 teams. Using a variety of referees to arbitrate the games, the sport has been able to flourish and now has a number of national associations that compete in the Quidditch World Cup. It is all very exciting you know.

This collection will give you a look at the people and organizations that are working hard to grow the game of Quidditch. Learn about the rules, the schools and the tools that Quidditch referees are using to contribute to the success of the sport because this is going to be huge.

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Here is a look at the duties of Quidditch Referees

Quidditch Rules

Quidditch Rules – US Quidditch RulesUS Quidditch

Referee Protocols and Procedures – English pdf USQ

More Quidditch Links

US Quidditch Referee Resources
The History of the Quidditch World Cup

Yes, I believe the game of Quidditch has a huge future!

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