MQN organizes multiple events each year. This varies from open practices and matches to large-scale tournaments. The agenda on the right gives our planning for the near future.
On top of that MQN co-organises big international tournaments. Examples include the European Quidditch Cup and the European Games, which are events that are hosted by a subset of the IQA congress.
The Friendlies are monthly organised, recreational games where everbody is welcome to come and play quidditch. Sometimes this will means there are team matches, but there will always be mixed matches as well. The host team will change each month.
The Benelux Cup is an international tournament in which every school, university or community team is allowed to compete. The BNLC takes place annually in february in one of the Benelux countries (The Netherlands, Belgium or Luxembourg)
Benelux Cup 2015 was held in Deurne on the 28th of February. Benelux Cup 2016 took place in Haarlem, Netherlands on the 28th february.
European Quidditch CuP
The European Quidditch Cup, also known as EQC is an annual event that takes place in April. During this tournament every European school, university or community team that qualifies themselves wil be able compete against one another.
EQC 2015 took place on 18 and 19th april in Oxford, UK. EQC 2016 will take place on the 16th and 17th of april in Gallipoli, Italy. More info here.
European & Global Games
To conclude the quidditch season, a big international tournament is organized once every year by the IQA. In the odd numbered years the tournament sees national teams from all over Europe competing in the European Games. In even numbered years a similar competition is held for national quidditch teams from throughout the world. This event is aptly named World Cup.
The first European Games 2015 were hosted in Sarteano. The World Cup 2016 will take place in Frankfurt, Germany. Here is a link to the IQA news section with more info.