Well, you have to be wondering where all these strange teams are coming from, especially if you don't own or haven't read a copy of Quidditch Through the Ages, but no matter. Here is a short description of every team, and if known, where they are from, to get you acclimated with each one before making a character!
Founded in 1612, this team originates in Northern England. They wear pale blue robes with a silver arrow emblazoned on their chest. The club supporters' old practice was shooting arrows from their wands, but this was banned by the Department of Magical Games and Sports in 1894 when a referee was injured. They still hold a fierce rivalry with the Wimbourne Wasps.
Originating in Northern Ireland, the Bats wear black robes with a scarlet bat across their chest.
Founded in 1402, this Welsh team wears robes of vertical light green and scarlet stripes.
While the Cannons have managed to win the League Cup twenty-one times since their inception, they have not won since 1892. They wear robes of bright orange, with a speeding cannonball and "CC" in black.
Known for their hard play, the Falcons wear dark-grey and white robes with a falcon-head emblem on the chest.
One of the oldest Welsh clubs, this team keeps themselves unique by being the only team to ever compete with only female players. Their robes are dark green with a golden talon upon their chest.
This Irish team clads themselves in emerald green with a "KK" in yellow across the chest. They are most popular worldwide for the display of their leprechaun mascots and spirited harp playing of supporters.
Being the most successful team in history, the Magpies have captured the cup a total of thirty-two times! They wear black and white robes with one magpie displayed on the front and back.
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Founded in 1292 on the Isle of Skye, the "prides" wear deep-purple robes with a gold star across the chest.
Founded in 1163, they are the oldest team in the league. They wear navy-blue robes with the club emblem, two crossed golden brushes, on the chest.
Wearing sky-blue robes with a "TT" in dark blue on the chest and back, the Tornados enjoyed the most success in the twentieth century, winning the League Cup five times in a row, the current record.
Founded by a wizarding butcher Walter Parkin and his family, they wear blood-red robes with a silver meat cleaver upon the chest. A Parkin descendant has often found a place on the team in tribute to their origins.
Wearing horizontally striped black and yellow robes and a wasp upon their chest, the Wasps have won the League eighteen times. Wasp fans, traditionally known as "Stingers," buzz loudly to distract opposing Chasers during penalty shots.
Many descriptions © J.K. Rowling from Quidditch Through the Ages