Carleton University’s Quidditch team was founded in January 2010, the first Ontario university Quidditch team to form. Since the beginning, players have joined together in all weathers for organized practices, united by their love of the game.
The team competes in exhibition games against other competitive Quidditch teams and university groups throughout the year.
If you have further questions about Carleton’s team, would like to play for us or would like to come see one of our games, feel free to contact Carleton Quidditch captain Andrea Hill by email at email@example.com.
For more information about the team, including game summaries and media reports, please visit the team's official blog:
Carleton finishes second in Canadian Cup
Carleton University placed second in Canada's first-ever quidditch tournament that happened at Carleton Oct. 29.
The team soared through round-robin play and the semi-finals undefeated, losing only to McGill University in the finals. Carleton is now ranked 24th in the world and second in Canada.
Carleton University Quidditch is hosting open practices and scrimmages throughout the summer for players of all ages. Come out to Centennial Public School (376 Gloucester Street) on Sunday afternoons from 3 to 5 p.m. to play with one of Canada's top-ranked Quidditch teams.
No experience is necessary. Please bring running shoes, a water bottle and a broom or broom-like implement (such as a ski pole, hockey stick or pool noodle). Balls, hoops, pinnies and good times will be provided.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.