|Name||International Quidditch Association|
|Formation||1 January 2010|
|President of the Congress||Brian Gallaway|
The International Quidditch Association is the global governing body for Quidditch. It was formerly known as the Intercollegiate Quidditch Association, founded in Vermont, Middlebury College in 2007.
IQA manages international quidditch tournaments, the IQA Global games and other events. It establishes International Quidditch rules as well as the selection process of players. It also organises the Asian Quidditch Cup along with the European Games.
Today, the IQA has 39 national governing bodies as its affiliated members. The primary aim of IQA is to set standard rules and provide adequate knowledge about the sport so that maximum people can participate in it.