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- A fictional ball game played by fourteen players riding flying broomsticks, using four balls and six elevated ring-shaped goals.
- Muggle Quidditch, a real game based on this.
- 2001, Virginia A. Walter: Children & Libraries: Getting It Right, page 107
- We can disinfect headsets and teach a group of fifth graders how to play library quidditch.
- 2003, Read This Book Or You're Grounded!, A Secret Guide to Surviving Home, page 39 
- Maybe you wish your parents were smarter or funnier or richer or better looking, but you might as well wish for a spot on the local Quidditch team.
- 2007, Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2007, page 499
- Whichever team gets Yegor holds the edge. This is like Quidditch in hell.
- 2007 December 16, Ethan Todras-Whitehill, “In Tikal, Temples in the Mist”, The New York Times 
- Turn to the south, and you see the Central Acropolis, a five-story palace where the nobles might have sat to watch plaza ceremonies or the famous Quidditch-like Mayan ball games.
- 2010 May 8, Peter Sagal, Wait, Wait... Don’t Tell Me!, National Public Radio
- Eton’s playing fields are famous, not least because of the Eton Field Game. It’s played only there. It’s sort of like Quidditch for real people.
fictitious popular ball game