Quidditch Club (ISUQ)

Sports & Recreation


The Iowa State University Quidditch Club is an organization that is meant to promote, organize, and play the sport of Quidditch (also referred to as �Muggle Quidditch� or �Ground Quidditch�) on the campus of Iowa State University. Our goal is to introduce students to this growing sport, using the rules and guidelines set forth by the International Quidditch Association. The Club will hold scrimmages and establish an Active Membership within the International Quidditch Association to participate in Quidditch tournaments.


This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File 1290277291.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Affiliated

Membership Information

Student Members 24
ISU Members 1
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members Any ISU student or faculty member
Allowed Officers Any ISU student or faculty member
Membership Qualifications An interest in playing quidditch and having fun
Membership Restrictions none
Elections/Selection Elections are held at the end of the Spring semester
Meetings Meetings are usually held at 3pm after Sunday scrimmages

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

The quidditch club meets regularly to scrimmage every Sunday at 2pm on central campus in front of Beardshear Hall. Additional practices are arranged each semester to fit best with player schedules. The quidditch club attends multiple large tournaments in the midwest, including the yearly Midwest Regional Championship. Each year the goal is to qualify for the US National Cup.

Description of Special Events

Tournaments involve anywhere between 5-30 teams, both USQ official and unofficial, playing in a grueling 1-2 day competition for the championship. Several of the USQ official teams that the ISU quidditch club often faces include Minnesota Quidditch, TC Frost (Twin Cities), Mizzou Quidditch (University of Missouri), Kansas Quidditch, and the Illinois State Firebirds.