San Francisco Argonauts vs. Los Angeles Guardians

By Major League Quidditch (other events)

2 Dates Through Jul 15, 2018

Head to San Jose, Calif. on Saturday, July 14 to watch the San Francisco Argonauts take on the Los Angeles Guardians.

Quidditch is a competitive, full-contact, mixed-gender sport played by athletes around the world. MLQ has set out to create a high-intensity environment for the best athletes in North America to hone their skills and compete for one of our sport's highest honors: the Benepe Cup. The 16 teams represented in the league hail from four divisions: East, North, South and West.

- East Division: Boston Night Riders, New York Titans, Ottawa Black Bears, Washington Admirals
- North Division: Cleveland Riff, Detroit Innovators, Indianapolis Intensity, Rochester Whiteout
- South Division: Austin Outlaws, Kansas City Stampede, League City Legends, New Orleans Curse
- West Division: Los Angeles Guardians, Salt Lake City Hive, San Francisco Argonauts

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SUPPORT THE HOME TEAM: San Francisco Argonauts
- Attend another San Francisco Argonauts match:
Aug. 18-19 - MLQ Championship
- Follow the San Francisco Argonauts on Facebook and Twitter (@MLQArgonauts).
- Watch the San Francisco Argonauts past footage on YouTube.

SUPPORT THE AWAY TEAM: Los Angeles Guardians
- Attend another Los Angeles Guardians match:
July 28 - Los Angeles Guardians vs. Salt Lake City Hive
Aug. 18-19 - MLQ Championship
- Follow the Los Angeles Guardians on Facebook and Twitter (@MLQGuardians).
- Watch the Los Angeles Guardians's past footage on YouTube.

Want to know more? Visit our website at Want to see more? This highlight reel from the 2017 MLQ season will give you a great first look into the sport. You can also follow MLQ on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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