History of Quidditch
Centuries ago, a great desire to fly begin to take hold of witches and wizards.
But there is no such spell that allows a person to fly unaided in human form. So
something would have to be bewitched to fly.... This was the beginning
of the flying broomstick, which would lead to several aerial games including
Stitchstock, Aingingein, Creaothceann, Shuntbumps, and Swivenhodge. But none of
these games could compare with the game Quidditch, which over several hundred
years developed into the sport we know today, and became the most popular sport
in the wizarding world.
-The evolution of the Flying Broomstick
-Ancient Broom Games
-The Arrival of the Golden Snitch
-Changes in Quidditch since the Fourteenth Century
-Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland
-The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide
-The Development of the Racing Broom
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