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Quidditch World CupEdit

1974 YearEdit

The 1974 Quidditch World Cup took place in Germany, and was won by Syrian National Quidditch team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Jörgen Winther, and reached the quarter final, where they were defeated by the tournament winners.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany Hungary Flag Hungary Ábrahám Sarka *
Qualifyer Hamburg, Hamburg Metropolitan Region, Germany Japan Flag Japan Tomiko Matsuoka
Qualifyer BerlinBerlin Metropolitan Region, Germany ** Argentina Flag Argentina Bienvenida Casal
First Round Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany Scotland Flag Scotland Ishbel Mac Cába
Second Round Frankfurt, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany Iceland Flag Iceland Leifur Pétursson ***
Quarter-Final Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Syria Flag Syria Zaher Youssef
* a foul committed by Hungary Flag Hungarian chaser, Erzsébet Zentai, occurred several hours into the match, leading Anton to play injured (internally bleeding) for several hours. Once in hospital, it was easily treated, however the fact Anton was able to play through it so long was concerning.
** was origianlly supposed to be held in Freiberg, but had to be moved due to the Cyprus Flag Cyprus vs Peru Flag Peru match unexpectedly being in its fifth day of play, and therefore both teams were still occupying the pitch.
*** due to the extreme weather conditions the Iceland Flag Icelandic team's chaser Hulda Ingvarsdóttir was injured, and so had to be sreplaced by a substitute chaser, Páll Magnússon. Jörgen Winther, Sweden Flag Sweden's captain and beater, nearly suffered this same fate, but luckily regined control without sustaining injury.

1978 YearEdit

The 1978 Quidditch World Cup took place in the Bahamas, and was won by Swedish National Team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Britta Ahlström R.C. , and won the tournament for Sweden for the first time in over 500 years. This (combined with the favour of the king) is what earned Anton, Gabriel Holmström and Britta Ahlström the title of Riddare Charmör, Awarded in January of 1979.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas Zimbabwe Flag Zimbabwe Rudo Muzorewa
Qualifyer Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas Bahamas Flag Bahamas Tre Rolle
Qualifyer FreeportGrand Bahama, Bahamas Norway Flag Norway Elias Granum
First Round Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas BurkinaFaso Flag Burkina Faso Mariam Touré
Second Round Dunmore Town, Harbour Island, Bahamas Ukraine Flag Ukraine Tamara Vasilyeva
Quarter-Final Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas Iceland Flag Iceland Leifur Pétursson
Semi-Final Andros Town, Andros, Bahamas Finland Flag Finland Ruuben Linna
Final Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas Canada Flag Canada Harriet Osborne

1982 YearEdit

The 1982 Quidditch World Cup took place in the Iceland, and was won by Finnish National Team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Britta Ahlström R.C. , managed by Jörgen Winther, and made it to the semi-final against the winner where they lost to Finland. After this Finland defeated the Brazilian National Quidditch team, and Sweden were defeated in a play-off with Guatemala.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Akureyri, Northeast Constituency, Iceland Estonia Flag Estonia Indrek Trääder
Qualifyer Hafnarfjörður, Southwest Constituency, Iceland Azerbaijan Flag Azerbaijan Parvin Mammadov
Qualifyer SelfossSouth Constituency, Iceland Canada Flag Canada Harriet Osborne
First Round Húsavík, Northeast Constituency, Iceland Argentina Flag Argentina Raquel Villaverde
Second Round SelfossSouth Constituency, Iceland German Flag Germany Hugo Mendelssohn
Quarter-Final Reykjavík, Reykjavík Constituency North, Iceland Jordan Flag Jordan Zaid Zaman
Semi-Final Stykkishólmsbær, Northwest Constituency, Iceland Finland Flag Finland Ruuben Linna
Play Off Hafnarfjörður, Southwest Constituency, Iceland Guatemala Flag Guatemala Núria De La Cruz

1986 YearEdit

The 1986 Quidditch World Cup took place in the United States of America, and was won again by Swedish National Team. In this year the team was captained by Anton Eriksson R.C. for the first time, and managed by Jörgen Winther. The team won the final by just ten points against Tuvalu.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer San Francisco, California, United States Monaco Flag Monaco Félicité Gérard
Qualifyer Boston, Massachusetts, United States England Flag England Mark Hill
Qualifyer HonoluluHawaii, United States Moldova Flag Moldva Mihail Epureanu
First Round Austin, Texas, United States Burundi Flag Burundi Richard Ribakare *
Second Round MiamiFlorida, United States PapuaNewGuinea Flag Papua New Guinea Rufus Peka
Quarter-Final Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Brazil Flag Brazil Tereza Serafim
Semi-Final New York City, New York, United States Norway Flag Norway Gerhard Sørensen
Final Washington, D.C., United States Tuvalu Flag Tuvalu James Seloto
* Score: 1190/1190 after three days. Won in penalty shoot out.

1990 YearEdit

The 1990 Quidditch World Cup took place in Japan, and was won for the second time in a row by Swedish National Team. In this year the team was captained by Anton Eriksson R.C. , and managed by Jörgen Winther. The team won the final against Mexico, having very narrowly defeated Finland in the semi final.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Osaka, Kansai, Japan Bolivia Flag Bolivia César Urbina
Qualifyer Kyoto, Kansai, Japan Italy Flag Italy Zaira Bonaventura
Qualifyer YokohamaKantō, Japan SouthAfrica Flag South Africa Dawie Venter
First Round Kobe, Kansai, Japan SriLanka Flag Sri Lanka Sandhya Sharma
Second Round SapporoHokkaido, Japan Argentina Flag Argentina Raquel Villaverde
Quarter-Final Kanazawa, Chūbu, Japan USA Flag United States Susan Styles
Semi-Final Osaka, Kansai, Japan Finland Flag Finland Ruuben Linna
Final Tokyo, Kantō, Japan Mexico Flag Mexico Zuriñe Vargas

1994 YearEdit

The 1994 Quidditch World Cup took place in England, and was won by the Irish national qudditch team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Anton Eriksson R.C. , and managed by Jörgen Winther. They reached the quarter-final, where they were defeated by Bulgaria.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Dartmoor, Devon, England NewZealand Flag New Zealand George Dawkins
Qualifyer Blackpool, Lancashire, England Spain Flag Spain Inigo Fuente Marrero *
Qualifyer ReadingBerkshire, England Ethiopia Flag Ethiopia Dawit Bekele
First Round Margate, Kent, England Japan Flag Japan Shizuka Watanabe
Second Round WinchesterHampshire, England Cuba Flag Cuba Caridad Zavala
Quarter-Final Southampton, Hampshire, England Bulgaria Flag Bulgaria Viktor Krum
* Score: 2560/2560 after five days. Won in penalty shoot out.

European Quidditch CupEdit

1972 YearEdit

The 1972 European Quidditch Cup took place in Italy, and was won by the Swedish National Team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Jörgen Winther. The team won the cup for the first time in just over a century.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Palermo, Sicily, Italy Canada Flag Canada George Hazelwood
Qualifyer Turin, Piedmont, Italy Spain Flag Spain Abigaíl Rivera
Qualifyer MilanLombardy, Italy Italy Flag Italy Desiderio Drago
First Round Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy Bulgaria Flag Bulgaria Haruko Boyadzhieva
Second Round VeronaVeneto, Italy England Flag England Richard Carter
Quarter-Final Florence, Tuscany, Italy German Flag Germany Ermentrud Holzmann
Semi-Final Florence, Tuscany, Italy Wales Flag Wales Eirwen Banes
Final Rome, Lazio, Italy Belgium Flag Belgium Aurèle Dubois

1976 YearEdit

The 1976 European Quidditch Cup took place in Hungary, and was won by the Belgian National Team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Jörgen Winther, and the team reached the semi-final but was defeated at that stage.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Győr, Győr-Moson, Western Transdanubia, Hungary Ireland Flag Ireland Daley O'Mooney
Qualifyer Debrecen, Hajdú-Bihar, Northern Great Plain, Hungary Lithuania Flag Lithuania Saulius Jankauskas
Qualifyer PécsBaranya, Southern Transdanubia, Hungary Monaco Flag Monaco Fleurette Travert
First Round Szeged, Csongrád, Southern Great Plain, Hungary Iceland Flag Iceland Leifur Pétursson
Second Round Debrecen, Hajdú-Bihar, Northern Great Plain, Hungary Serbia Flag Serbia Ivo Živković *
Quarter-Final Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Central Transdanubia, Hungary Denmark Flag Denmark Gregers Carlsen
Semi-Final Nyíregyháza, Szabolcs, Northern Great Plain, Hungary Belgium Flag Belgium Aurèle Dubois
Play-Off Budapest, Central Hungary, Hungary France Flag France Jean-Félicien Dufour
* Reserve seeker, as Jadran Vlahović had been injured in their previous match against Finland Flag Finland

1980 YearEdit

The 1980 European Quidditch Cup took place in Portugal, and was won by the Swiss National Team. In this year the Swedish National Team was captained by Britta Ahlström R.C. , managed by Jörgen Winther, and the team reached the quarter-final but was defeated at that stage by the German National Team.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Aveiro, Região de Aveiro, Baixo Vouga, Centro, Portugal Portugal Flag Portugal Eustáquio Vargas
Qualifyer Porto, Grande Porto, Norte, Portugal Poland Flag Poland Łucja Lawniczak
Qualifyer Coimbra, Região de Coimbra, Baixo Mondego, Portugal Liechtenstein Flag Liechtenstein Fiete Hölzer
First Round Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon (Metropolitan Area), Portugal Wales Flag Wales Eirwen Banes
Second Round Aveiro, Região de Aveiro, Baixo Vouga, Centro, Portugal Scotland Flag Scotland Ishbel Mac Cába
Quarter-Final Guimarães, Braga, Ave, Norte, Portugal German Flag Germany Hugo Mendelssohn

1984 YearEdit

The 1984 European Quidditch Cup took place in Switzerlnd, and was won by the Swedish National Team. In this year the team was captained by Britta Ahlström R.C. , managed by Jörgen Winther, the team reached the final and defeated the Ukranian National team to win the cup.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland Serbia Flag Serbia Jadran Vlahović
Qualifyer Geneva, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland Finland Flag Finland Ruuben Linna
Qualifyer Lausanne, Lausanne District, Vaud, Switzerland Estonia Flag Estonia Indrek Trääder
First Round Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland Lithuania Flag Lithuania Saulius Jankauskas
Second Round Zermatt, Visp, Valais, Switzerland Italy Flag Italy Zaira Bonaventura *
Quarter-Final Zürich, Zürich District, Canton of Zürich, Switzerland Scotland Flag Scotland Ishbel Mac Cába
Semi-Final Bern, Bern-Mittelland, Bern Switzerland France Flag France Jean-Félicien Dufour
Final Zürich, Zürich District, Canton of Zürich, Switzerland Ukraine Flag Ukraine Tamara Vasilyeva
* Snitch illegally caught by chaser Bonaccorso Abategiovanni, then Anton upon a re-release of the snitch.

1988 YearEdit

The 1988 European Quidditch Cup took place in Austria, and was won by the Finnish National Team. In this year the team was captained by Anton Eriksson R.C. , managed by Jörgen Winther, the team reached the final but was and defeated by Finland.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Salzburg, Salzburg State, Austria Belarus Flag Belarus Mikita Mazurkievič
Qualifyer Villach, Statutory City, Carinthia, Austria Norway Flag Norway Gerhard Sørensen *
Qualifyer Innsbruck, Statutory City, Tyrol, Austria Luxembourg Flag Luxembourg Morgane Voclain
First Round Salzburg, Salzburg State, Austria Slovenia Flag Slovenia Maša Korošec
Second Round Hallstatt, Gmunden, Upper Austria, Austria Andorra Flag Andorra Hèctor Vilaró
Quarter-Final Vienna, Austria Cyprus Flag Cyprus Zenovia Metaxas
Semi-Final Feldkirch, Feldkirch, Vorarlberg, Austria England Flag England Mark Hill
Final Vienna, Austria Finland Flag Finland Ruuben Linna
* score: 2980/2980 after several days, won by Sweden after a penalty shoot out.

1992 YearEdit

The 1992 European Quidditch Cup took place in Norway, and was won by the German National Team. In this year the team was captained Anton Eriksson R.C. , managed by Jörgen Winther, the team reached the semi final but was and defeated by Portugal in a penalty shoot out.

Level Location Opponent Team Opponent Seeker Caught? Win/Lose
Qualifyer Tromsø, Nord-Troms, Troms, Norway Switzerland Flag Switzerland Émeric De La Fontaine
Qualifyer Trondheim, Trondheim Region, Trøndelag, Norway Wales Flag Wales Owena Bevan
Qualifyer Ålesund, Sunnmøre, Møre og Romsdal, Norway Estonia Flag Estonia Siiri Pütsep *
First Round Oslo, Østlandet, Norway BosniaAndHerzegovina Flag B&H Zlatan Ibrahimović
Second Round Lillehammer, Gudbrandsdal, Oppland, Norway SanMarino Flag San Marino Brigida Varano
Quarter-Final Fredrikstad, Eastern Norway, Østfold, Norway Netherlands Flag Netherlands Gerlof Maessen
Semi-Final Harstad, Central Hålogaland, Troms, Norway Portugal Flag Portugal Eustáquio Vargas **
Play Off Bærum, Akershus, Norway Denmark Flag Denmark Gregers Carlsen
* score: 1280/1280 after almost a day, won by Sweden after a penalty shoot out.
** score: 1870/1870 after several days, won by Portugal after a penalty shoot out.

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