Some Facts About the World Cup Trophy and its place of purchase

 

When we look at the world cup trophy either on television or in other media, it may pose a question of us about the trophy as it is made of what, how big, who makes, and other questions that make you curious. If you are still curious about the tofi, below presented some facts about the trophy world cup:

First:

Before 1970, the trophy at the world cup was named “Jules Rimet Cup”. The Jules Rimet Cup was made in 1946 by a French artist, Aber Lafleur. This trophy was lost in 1966 when exhibited in England. But eventually the trophy was found.

In 1970, the trophy permanently belonged to Brazil as Brazil successively won the world cup for three times. But the tragedy again happens, this trophy is lost in Rio de Janeiro and to date has not been found. If you want to make a best plaque for the trophy you can make it in Crystal Trophy there is the best plaque and cheapest price in the world

Second:

The World Cup trophy that we often see is the replacement trophy Jules Rimet. Made by Italian artist, Silvio Gazaniga with specifications:

 

  • Year of manufacture: 1973
  • Weight: 6175 gr (4927 gr of pure gold)
  • Height: 36.8 cm
  • Diameter: 15 cm
  • Manufacturing: Bertoni GDE Sri, Milan, Italy

Third:

At the bottom of the World Cup trophy is written the name of the country that has been a World Cup champion since 1974

Fourth: World Cup trophy can not be moved, only the winner can hold it.

Fifth: The first country to win the new world cup trophy is Germany

Sixth: The map of Indonesia is clearly visible in the World Cup Trophy compared to other countries.

That’s a bit of a fact about the world cup trophy. May be useful