General info Belgian Cup will be played starting with a group stage using two groups of four, followed by a semi final and a final. This means that every team is guaranteed three games and has to play a maximum of five games. The first game will start at 10:00 and the start of the […]
We would like to formally announce that there has been a change of leadership in Belgian Quidditch Federation. The new additions are Louis Lermytte and Seppe De Wit. Both have experience in quidditch organisation from their work as president and vice-president of Antwerp Quidditch Club, and have extensive experience in various sports. Louis has also […]
After years of great dedication, Laurens Grinwis and Lana Naudts have both decided to resign from their positions as President and Gameplay Director/vice-president. They both decided to do this in order to focus more on their personal lives. We thank them for their hard work they did over the years.
We’re glad to announce that we have added two new types of membership to match center. After several requests from players, we have now added the ability for Kids and Non-Playing Volunteers to sign-up in matchcenter as well. Non-playing: A membership specifically for those who aren’t a playing member but still want to have insurance […]
We are very excited to announce that our Executive Board keeps expanding! We would like to introduce Nicolas Dehez as our French Speaking Community Director. Previously Nicolas was our Wallonia Advisor but we decided to take him on as a director for several reasons. As for now, the Executive Board existed out of only Flemish […]
We would like to announce that Lore will be temporarily stepping down as Marketing & Communications director until at least the beginning of February. She will still be completing her job as Gryffins Team Manager. Underneath you can find her personal statement:
Last saturday in Ghent, the highly anticipated Belgian Quidditch Federation’s European Qualifier took place. In this tournament, it would be decided which of the four participating Belgians teams would join Antwerp Quidditch on the road to the European Quidditch Cup.
October is over and oh my…. the first 13 days of November already as well? Ouch, we’re a bit late! Guess we have to tell a lot now.
Quidditch Europe (QE) is happy to announce that Division 1 of the European Quidditch Cup (EQC) 2019 will be hosted in Harelbeke, Belgium.
September is already over and we’re moving close to the start of the Belgian Quidditch League and European Qualifier. A lot happened, so here’s the rundown of what went down in September and what to expect in October.