QuidditchUK Team Jersey Policy

The following requirements and restrictions will be applied to team uniforms and/or kits when competing at official QuidditchUK tournaments and events.

  1. Team Jerseys
    1. Jerseys for players competing on the same team must.
      1. Be readily identifiable, and of the same primary/base colour
      2. Be easily distinguishable from the opposing team.
      3. Not have either yellow or gold as the primary/base colour.
      4. Must not primarily consist of vertical black and white stripes.
  2. Unique Details
    1. Each individual player must have a unique integer on their jersey between 0 and 99
    2. A number may not repeat within a team.
      1. E.g. You may not have two players competing with the number “57” on the same team.
      2. E.g. A team may have either a 7 or 07 but they may not have both at the same time.
    3. The following numbers/letters/symbols are no longer permitted for any official or affiliated QuidditchUK, Quidditch Europe, or International Quidditch Association events.
      1. Any integer between 100 and 999 OR 
      2. Any integer with more than 2 digits OR
      3. Any integer that utilises a fraction or decimal OR
      4. The symbol for Pi (π) Infinity (∞) or Number (#) OR
      5. Any letter(s) or symbol(s) in lieu of a number
  3. Jersey Titles
    1. Jersey names and/or titles are not mandatory on a team uniform, however any unique names or titles must abide by the following.
      1. Names/Titles may repeat throughout a team.
      2. Names/Titles cannot be overtly sexual in nature.
      3. Names/Titles cannot contain any sexist slurs.
      4. Names/Titles cannot contain any homophobic content.
      5. Names/Titles cannot contain any transphobic content.
      6. Names/Titles cannot contain any racist slurs.
      7. Names/Titles cannot contain swearing or any other offensive language.
    2. Players found competing that break the above policies may be requested by the Head Referee OR the Pitch Manager at their discretion to change the jersey.
      1. Continuing to play while wearing the offending jersey, after being instructed to change it, will result in a red card for that player.
    3. In instances where the player uniform contains grossly inappropriate content, both the player AND team captain may be subject to further action by the Tournament Director and/or QuidditchUK as per the QuidditchUK Disciplinary Policy.

If you have any questions on this policy, please contact us here – www.quidditchuk.org/contact