The inaugural season of the Quidditch Premier League comes to a climax. All eight teams from across the UK will be playing for the Championship, in a day that’s sure to be full of excitement!
Watch the London Monarchs, the Southeast Knights, the Southwest Broadside, the Eastern Mermaids, the West Midlands Revolution, the East Midlands Archers, the Yorkshire Roses, and the Northern Watch battle for supremacy and a chance to lift the QPL trophy.
The Championship will take place at the KCOM Craven Park Stadium, a fittingly magnificent stage for the day’s fixtures.
Admission is free and unticketed, and people of all ages are welcome! The stadium has outlets for food and drink that will be open to the public.
The stadium is home to Hull Kingston Rovers rugby club, currently top of the Rugby League Championship. It has a 12,225 capacity, and a full size professional grass rugby pitch, which will be marked out with three quidditch pitches for the purposes of the Championship.
Spectators will have access to the Roger Millward West Stand, which has a seated capacity of 5000. Players will also have use of the away changing room and showers, as well as additional rooms within the stand to rest and prepare. The stadium also features a bar in a gallery overlooking the pitch, as well as a central food kiosk, both of which will be open for the Championship. In addition to this, the stadium features a high quality PA sound system, as well as large car parks adjacent to the stadium itself.
Hull is easy to get to; the city is well serviced by train and coach. The stadium itself is even easier to get to; there are bus services running direct from the station to the stadium departing every 10 minutes, taking only 20 minutes.