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From there, his classmate Alex Benepe founded the Intercollegiate Quidditch Association in 2007, the year Middlebury College hosted the first Quidditch World Cup.
Ground quidditch' started in the US, and it is now being followed globally, with teams from Russia, India and Brazil, and there's even an annual Quidditch World Cup, the Daily Mail reported.
Ireland is also well known in the wizarding world for being the proud winners of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.
Fans lamented that 79 of those were wasted at the Quidditch World Cup, dozens on a elf rewrite of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and another 30 or so on who-snogged-who gossip from the Yule Ball, but there were throughout many things to cry or laugh about, not least of all Macbeth’s Weird Sisters, who show up here as a band.
The Death Eaters cause panic at the Quidditch World Cup and the unrest continues to dominate the Hogwarts pupils' fourth term, especially as the school has decided to host the Tri wizard Tournament.
Once again, it follows his life at Hogwarts and this time round we see the Quidditch World Cup and the Triwizard Tournament, in which student representatives from three different wizarding schools compete in a series of increasingly challenging contests.
Harry Potter is at the thrilling Quidditch World Cup, which resembles a Glastonbury for wizards with Tardis-like tents.