With the conclusion of our final divisional fixture, we are pleased to reveal the bracket structure for both Division 1 and Division 2 at the Championships at the end of the month. Both days will feature eight teams, instead of Division 2 featuring nine teams as planned. This is explained here, along with details on the bracket, the schedule, streaming, and more.
The Quidditch Premier League and QuidditchUK are delighted to present a series of free snitch workshops throughout the summer, hosted at select Quidditch Premier League divisional fixtures.
The Quidditch Premier League is delighted to reveal the kits our players will be representing their teams in this season, and our team partners for 2019. All ten existing teams have had their kits redesigned by Brand Director Lizzie Walton, to join the seven new teams that have already had their kits revealed.
The Quidditch Premier League is delighted to announce that Felix Linsmeier has been appointed as Deputy Europe Director with immediate effect. Felix will play a vital part in the league’s presence in Europe, in implementing this first season and in reviewing our ongoing work after the summer in such a key market.
The Quidditch Premier League is delighted to announce that Diversity Role Models has been named as the league’s official charity partner for the 2019 season.
The Quidditch Premier League, QuidditchUK, and Enrich Education are pleased to announce the creation of the Youth Quidditch Group, a formalised partnership that will see the three organisations further commit to developing youth quidditch in the UK and beyond.
The Quidditch Premier League is saddened to announce that Tom Ffiske, Communications Director, has stepped down from his role, effective immediately. Anna O’Gara, previously Deputy Communications Director, has been named Acting Communications Director.
The Quidditch Premier League is pleased to release the try-out dates and locations for the 2019 season. 22 in-person try-outs will be held throughout February, and registration for either those or to submit a video application will open on 1 January, 2019. We can also now confirm fee information for the 2019 season.
The Quidditch Premier League is delighted to announce that the AJ Bell Stadium will host the Quidditch Premier League. The event will take place on 24 and 25 August 2019, and will be the largest quidditch event ever to be played in Greater Manchester.