Though the International Quidditch Association manages games in many countries, their headquarters is located in the Alps near Zurich, Switzerland and is accessed primarily by broom. If one flies to the top of the mountains they will find a stone patio and landing area that is often covered in snow, and a walkway that leads into a cave-like arch that opens up into a large entry hall trimmed with the flags of every country around the world.
Other than the beautiful views overlooking the Swiss Alps and the valleys and city below, the interior of the headquarters is otherwise ordinary and filled with many offices for the IQA's various officials, a few assessment rooms for examining equipment to make sure that it complies with regulations, and the world's only indoor Quidditch pitch that is used primarily for debates about rules and scoring, though it is often visited by IQA staff members during their breaks from work.
All players currently active in any league may also be called up for play on their National Team. National Team players are not obligated to play for an existing league, though many choose to do so since International League games are held on a less frequent basis.
British & Irish Cup League
• Chudley Cannons (England)
• Holyhead Harpies (Wales)
• Montrose Magpies (Scotland)
• Wimbourne Wasps (England)
Eastern Cup League
• Gimbi Giant Slayers (Ethiopia)
• Thundellara Thunderers (Australia)
• Toyohashi Tengu (Japan)
European Cup League
• Heidelberg Harriers (Germany)
• Karasjok Kites (Norway)
• Quiberon Quafflepunchers (France)
• Sighisoara Strigoi (Romania)
North American Cup League
• Fitchburg Finches (Massachusetts, USA)
• Moose Jaw Meteorites (Canada)
• Sweetwater All-Stars (Texas, USA)
International League (National Teams)
Egypt, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Japan, Norway, Romania, Scotland, United States