There are three goal posts on each side of the quidditch field so there are six goal posts altogether on the quidditch field.
There are 3 goal posts on either side of the pitch. 6 in total.
Each goal is worth ten points.
The celebratory move of tearing down the goal posts is now frowned upon in many locations. It is unknown who tore down the goal posts the first time.
There are two uprights.
(*)The distance between the two goal posts is 5.6 metres. (*)The crossbar is placed between the two goal posts so that its top edge is 3.0 metres from the ground. (*)The minimum height of the goal posts is 3.4 metres. (*)When padding is attached to the goal posts the distance from the goal line to the external edge of the padding must not exceed 300mm
about 2 or 4 posts
700. Most of these are not made public, so as not to encourage those who might come across such a list, but ten are given in Wikipedia and in Quidditch through the Ages. In addition, most are no longer possible, since wands are no longer used on the Quidditch pitch.
There are three for each team so there are six all together.
In soccer, the "regulation" width of the goal is 8 yards, or 24 feet. A goal that is marked by posts alone, that is, a goal that lacks a crossbar, might be used in special circumstances. But it is clearly not an "official" structure and does not meet the minimum requirements set down in the Laws of the Game.
There is only one Seeker on a Quidditch team.
You need 50 quidditch cards to unlock Firebolt.
7 rectanglesthe whole pitch, the 2 halves of the pitch, the 2 rectangles outside of the goal rectangleand the goal rectangle.
A football kicked between the taller posts (the goalposts) is 6 points. A football going between either of the shorter outside posts (a behind) is 1 point.
There are four Quidditch Teams. They are: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff.
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Each is 10 points
The length goal line to goal line is 100 meters and from touch line to touch line its 69 meters. Both sizes are regulated by the IRB.