If you're interested in trying quidditch in Oxford, feel free to come along to one of our upcoming taster sessions or just any regular training session.
All of our training sessions are beginner-friendly, so you're welcome to just turn up on the day, or you can get in contact if you'd like to let us know you're planning on coming along.
As it's one of the most inclusive sports in the world, literally anyone can play quidditch. It doesn't matter what your gender is, whether you've read the Harry Potter books, or how athletic you are - quidditch could still be the sport for you!
Find our trainings
You can find us training in University Parks, Oxford, during Oxford University term time. The map above gives clear directions as to exactly where we train - but if you get lost, just look for the hoops!
Not a University Student?
You might want to check out our friends at Oxford Mammoths.
The Oxford Mammoths are a quidditch club for community players, who largely have a non-student player base.
However, OUQC and Mammoths have a great relationship as teams, often training and play friendlies together, such as the famous Brignull Bowl championship.