Belgian Gryffins

The Belgium national quidditch team, known as the Belgian Gryffins, is the national team of Belgium in quidditch. The team was founded in 2014 upon the announcement of the 2014 IQA Global Games, the International Quidditch Association’s second international tournament featuring national teams.

The team is overseen by the Belgian Quidditch Federation, the head organisation of all quidditch in Belgium. The name Gryffins and the logo come from the combination of Belgium’s two community’s symbols: the Walloon rooster and the Flemish lion.


Official Logo

Current Team

The following team will participate in the 2017 European Games in Oslo, Norway.

Last NameFirst NamePrimary Team
AbbagnatoSorayaAntwerp A
BonnetPaulAntwerp A
BussonHatoBrussels Qwaffles
De GraeveJensBruges Bridgebacks
De LeuNickGhent Gargoyles
De WitSeppeAntwerp A
DionFlorianBrussels Qwaffles
DuboisJanAntwerp A
EeckhoutFaustAntwerp A
HodecheSylvainLiège Leviathans
LermytteLouisAntwerp A
MeersJanaBrussels Qwaffles
NoiretJerômeLiège Leviathans
OlivierJadeAntwerp B
PorresHanneAntwerp B
PrimeMorganeAntwerp A
ReyniersElisabethAntwerp A
UnruhMicahGhent Gargoyles
Van HuygevoortTimAntwerp A
Van MeelChayenneBrussels Qwaffles
WilputteNathanAntwerp A


The colours of the team have always been that of the Belgium tricolore, red, yellow and black. Since in quidditch it is illegal to sport a jersey primarily with yellow due to confusion with snitches, the primary colours are always red or black with yellow as a flair.

The design of the 2014 jerseys were put through a popular vote open to any interested Belgian quidditch player. The majority chose the option created by Julie-Anne Weber, who designed the paw, and Cory Faniel, who dealt with the colour layout.

In November 2014, a popular vote ranked the Gryffins’ jersey among the five best quidditch team uniforms in the world, according to the readers of The Quidditch Post. A jury of editors graded each submission and, after aggregating the score of popular and jury votes, Belgium was awarded the title of World’s Best Quidditch Uniform for the jersey design displayed below.

In 2015, the decision was made to maintain a similar design for the European Games jersey, though a change in provider resulted in some necessary tweaking. The Gryffins kept wearing the jersey in the IQA World Cup 2016 campaign.

The Gryffins will be adopting a new kit for the 2017 European Games, designed by Jelmer Lokman.

Official Jersey Design 2014

Official Jersey Design 2014-2016

This kit is manufactured by our sponsor, Sportamo

Competitive History

TournamentTournament StageScore BelgiumvsScore OppOpponent
IQA Global Games 2014Group Stage70vs150*Mexico
50*vs90United Kingdom
FFvs150*United States of America
IQA European Games 2015Group Stage50vs150*France
Quarter Finals90vs30*Italy
Semifinals40vs80*United Kingdom
3th Place Play-off80vs150*Norway
IQA Quidditch World Cup 2016Group Stage70*vs130Australia
Round of 16210*vs130Italy
Quarter Finals50vs130*United States of America
5-8 Losers Bracket140vs150*Turkey
7th Place Play-off150*vs30Mexico
IQA European Games 2017Group Stage120vs150*Turkey
80*vs70United Kingdom
Round of 16200*vs10Ireland
Quarter Finals120*vs50Germany
3th Place Play-off80vs140*Norway
  • The IQA Global Games 2014 were held in Vancouver, Canada. They are the predecessor of the current IQA World Cup. The Belgian Gryffins finished 7th out of 7.
  • The IQA European Games 2015 were held in Sarteano, Italy. The Belgian Gryffins finished 4th out of 12, just missing out on the bronze medal.
  • The IQA Quidditch World Cup 2016 was held in Frankfurt, Germany. The Belgian Gryffins finished 7th out of 21.
  • The IQA European Games 2017 were held in Oslo, Norway. The Belgian Gryffins finished 4th out of 15, just missing out on the bronze medal.