Revisited: “Are We Breaking Gender Rule?”

June 14, 2019 0

By Annemieke Drost Gender and quidditch is always a spicy combination, and this is certainly the case in the livestreaming sphere (as covered previously by yours truly in “Are we breaking gender rule”). Stereotypically, streams […]


The End of An Era

November 27, 2018 0

By Steffen Wirsching Editor’s Note: Steffen Wirsching is the coach of Team Germany and plays for Darmstadt Athenas. For years, the quidditch landscape in Germany was dominated by three teams: Rheinos Bonn, Darmstadt Athenas, and […]


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 […]


Seven Storylines from Battle Royale II

October 29, 2017 0

By Seppe De Wit and Fraser Posford 1. Dodos are human (but not worried) Antwerp came to Battle Royale II as last year’s champions, eager to defend their title and kick off another dream season […]


German League(s) Wrap Up

September 28, 2017 0

by Richard Turkowitsch After a respectable showing of German teams at the European Quidditch Cup (EQC) 2017 in Mechelen and a strong fifth place at the European Games 2017 in Oslo – where the German […]