I am shamelessly obsessed with Harry Potter. All seven of the books are in chronological order on my bookshelf, and I continue to read them to this day. I was present at the midnight release for the last one, and my friend and I stayed up until four in the morning reading it. I’ve eaten Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans, and think the grass one is particularly disgusting. Despite my love for Harry and his pals, though, I did not know that an International Quidditch Association existed– or that they were selling jerseys!
Quidditch is a club at my school, but I had no idea that it is played at a national level. It’s not an official Olympic sport, but this summer it’s going to come close! The Olympics just happen to be taking place in England, which is conveniently the country in which the beloved magical series takes place. The International Quidditch Association has announced that an international match will be held at the Olympics this year. And what better way to prepare for a sporting event than to buy a jersey?
Take a look at what the players from the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Australia will be wearing. At $49.99 (more for personalizing), would you buy one?
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