Which Quidditch Team Would You Play Keeper For?

By: Khadija Leon

Which Wizarding school did you attend?

The house that you would be sorted in would be known for…

Would you have played Quidditch at your school?

What kind of broomstick would you get for yourself?

What do you want your team colors to be?

Your team is known for being…

Despite being a keeper, what is your favorite position?

Which of the balls would you like your favorite player to sign?

Which of these moves is your favorite player known for doing?

What would your favorite player's jersey number be?

Do you know your team’s anthem?

What would your club motto be?

Is your team the underdog or the most popular?

What would be your team's mascot?

How do you show team support?

On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you support your team?

Which of Dumbledore’s quotes will you recite if your team was losing?

What is most important to you in the game?

Has your team ever broken the rules?

Are you a sore loser?

Would you ever switch teams?

How many points do you want your team to score each match?

What would you do if your team was given the winner’s goblet?

How much are you willing to spend on world cup tickets?

Which Hogwarts student would you bring with you to a match?

What kind of weather is best to play sports in?

Which of these words describes you at a game?

Which of these muggle sports do you play or watch?

What is most important to you in life?

Who are you in your group of friends?

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About This Quiz

According to Pottermore, Quidditch is a sport that has been played in the wizarding world for almost 1,000 years. The game is a mixed gender sport played on broomsticks where the objective is to score as many points as possible and end when the golden snitch is caught. 

The game is made up of four different types of players. The first type is the keeper (like Oliver Wood and Ron Weasley), whose job it is to guard the three large goal posts from the three chasers. Their job is to send the quaffle (ball) into the opposing team's goal posts. 

Next, there are two beaters whose job it is to keep the bludger (an iron ball) from hitting their teammates and directing it to the other team's players. Lastly, there is a seeker, whose job is to catch the snitch to earn 150 points and end the game. 

Much like other world cups and Olympic Games, the Quidditch World Cup is held every four years where the final two teams compete for the trophy and the title of being the best in the world.

Which of the teams should you be the keeper for? Will it be one of the popular and all-star teams or will it be one that has a history of losing? The only way to find out is to take this quiz. 

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