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The Spanish National Quidditch team was the team that represented Spain for international Quidditch tournaments. They wore robes of yellow.

Team special move

Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya hits Quaffle with his broom

The team's 10-point special move was inspired by dance and bullfighting, playing out as follows: Chaser Carmen Garcia did a powerful throw, then jumped to one end of his broom to lift the Quaffle up in the air, which his fellow Chaser Ana de Lebron caught, spun, and threw to the third Chaser, Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya, who hit it into the goal with his broom.[2]

Stadium

Spanish National Quidditch Stadium

The Spanish National Quidditch Stadium resembled a bull fighting arena. It had huge stands that were made of stone. The whole pitch, including the goal posts and stands, were a rocky brown-colour.

Emblem

The team's emblem had a background of yellow and red vertical stripes with a crown shape on top. There was a spiralling sun in the centre.

Uniform

The team wore robes of yellow with red trimming and tight red trousers with a yellow stripe down the outer side of each leg. For protection, golden shin pads, a chest plate, shoulder pads, and pads covering the lower arm were worn. Fingerless gloves were also worn.

History

1994 Quidditch World Cup

Spain were participants of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.[3]

2014 Quidditch World Cup

Spain did not qualify for the 2014 Quidditch World Cup in Argentina.[4]

Squads

Spainlogo.pngSpanish National Team
1994
Chasers
Carmen Garcia Chavelle Arbelo Cartaya Ana de Lebron
Beaters
  Vasco Santini Tiago Montoya  
Keeper Seeker
Sendelina de la Felino Inigo Fuente Marrero

Appearances

Notes and references

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Africa Burkina Faso · Chad · Cote D'Ivoire · Egypt · Madagascar · Malawi · Morocco · Nigeria · Senegal · Uganda
Asia Armenia · China · India · Japan · Syria · Turkey
Europe Bulgaria · England · Flanders · France · Germany · Ireland · Italy · Liechtenstein · Luxembourg · Moldova · The Nordic Team · Norway · Poland · Portugal · Romania · Scotland · Spain · Transylvania · Wales
North America Canada · Haiti · Jamaica · Mexico · U.S.A.
South America Argentina · Brazil · Peru
Oceania Australia · Fiji · New Zealand
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