2 beaters 1 keeper 1 seeker 3 chasers
There are seven players on each team; One seeker, one keeper, two beaters and three chasers. The seeker catches the snitch. The keeper tries to block the other team from scoring a point. The beaters hit the bludgers. The chasers score the points.
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7 players 3 chasers 2 beaters 1 keeper 1 seeker
well there is 1 keeper, 2 beaters, 3 chasers and a seeker so there are 7 all together hope this helped
Each team had a Seeker, a Keeper, two Beaters and three Chasers. Seven players on each team. And there are 4 teams for a total of 28 people.
There are 3 Chasers on each team who try to get the largest ball, the quaffle, into the opposing team's goal posts to win points. Each team has one Keeper who guards his or her team's goal posts from enemy Chasers. There are two Beaters on each team whotry to knock the metal balls known as bludgers into opposing team members to interfere with their gameplay. Finally, there is one Seeker on each team who trys to catch the Golden Snitch, the smallest ball. When a seeker catches the Golden Snitch, the game ends and that seeker earns 150 points for his or her team, usually winning the game. In short, each team has: 3 Chasers 1 Keeper 2 Beaters and 1 Seeker.
Yes, there are 7 players on a Quidditch team and 4 teams at Hogwarts. 7 multiplied by 4 equals 28. Those players are; 1 Keeper, 1 Seeker, 3 Chasers and 2 Beaters. One player on each team is also the captain.
Quidditch is a fictional sport played in the fiction novels and movies of Harry Potter. It is played on broomsticks, and each team has 7 players-the seeker, the keeper, 2 beaters, and 3 chasers. The seeker tries to catch a fast little ball called the snitch which will end the game. The beaters keep bludgers away from their players; bludgers are larger balls that chase the players around trying to knock them off their brooms. The chasers use the quaffle, which is a red ball, and they try to score through 3 different hoops, sort of like basketball. The keeper guards the hoops to stop the other team from scoring.
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The Seeker - Has to catch the snitch. The Keeper - Has to guard the goals to stop the Quaffle from getting through. The Chasers - Have to pass the Quaffle to each other and score. The Beaters - Have to use their bats to hit the Bludgers either to the other team or away from their own team.
There are 7 players per team. 3 Chasers, 2 Beaters, 1 Goalkeeper, and 1 Seeker.