Instead of broomsticks carrying the players, it's humans who give the seekers and keepers a ride on their shoulders!
And what about the Snitch? Well the ingenious Russians have created two versions of the winged golden prize using string and egg cups, one for younger players and the other for a more challenging game.
Players throw the ball into the air and catch it in the egg cup.
The second snitch is made from a rod with a ball attached to it by string. Players have to try and pierce the ball with the rod.
Quidditch scenes in the Potter film were filmed near Glen Coe, Glen Nevis and around Loch Shiel and Glenfinnan in Scotland.
And Moscow's first real Quidditch match was held last week in temperatures of -15 degrees, too cold even for wizards!