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Football is one of the most-watched sports in the world, with over 10millions supporters and various competitions for fans to be entertained.

However, the competition fans’ watches come with a trophy and grand prizes for the ones who emerge as winners.

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Without further ado, below is the top 10 most expensive football trophy.

10- English Premier League – $10,000

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According to several statistical reports, the English Premier League is the most watched football league and arguably one of the most competitive.
Despite its popularity and competitiveness, it is the tenth most expensive football trophy, with $10,000 as its grand prize.

Competition: English Premier League

Materials: Silver, silver-gilt, and malachite

Height: 104 centimetres Weight: 25 kilograms

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2022 holders: Manchester City FC

9- UEFA Champions League- $15,000

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Arguably one of the most prestigious competitions in football. The UEFA Champions League tournament is the competition every young footballer across the globe dream to play in.


The UEFA Champions League Cup was designed by Jürg Stadelmann near the then UEFA headquarters, Berne.
It is one of the most generating income competitions, with a grand prize of $15,000.
  • Competition: UEFA Champions League
  • Material: Sterling silver
  • Height: 73.5 centimetres Weight: 7.5 kilograms
  • 2022 holders: Real Madrid FC

8- Bundesliga – $57,102

  • Competition: Fußball-Bundesliga
  • Materials: 71.98-carat tourmaline, silver, and gold
  • Made in the year: 1964 Weight: 11 kilograms
  • 2021 holders: Bayern Munich

The Bundesliga shield was designed and created in Kölner Werkschulen by the renowned art professor, Elisabeth Treskow. The shield-like trophy has the names of all German league winners dating back to 1903 engraved on it. In 1981, a silver ring was added to the trophy to allow the engraving of additional team names. Currently, the Meisterschale has space for names of titleholders up to 2027. The trophy is insured for a sum of €50,000 (about $57,102).

7- SERIA A – $66,000

Competition: Serie A TIM

Materials: Sodalite and gold

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Made in the year: 1960 Height: 58 centimetres Weight: 8 kilograms

2022 holders: AC Milan

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The Serie A trophy is awarded to the winner of the top league in Italian football. The cup is a funnel-shaped tall trophy often wrongly referred to as the ‘Scudetto.’ The term translates to ‘little shield’ and was originally given to the badge that players in title-winning clubs wore since the 1920s.

6 The African Cup Of Nation- $150,000

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  • Competition: Africa Cup of Nations
  • Material: Gold plating
  • Made in the year: 2002
  • 2022 holders: senegal

The original trophy was the Abdelaziz Abdallah Salem Trophy, named after the first CAF (Confederation of African Football) president. In 1978, Egypt got the right to keep that original version permanently. The second version of the cup was known as the Trophy of African Unity and was awarded between 1980 and 2000. The trophy was a cylindrical unit with an African map engraved on it and Olympic rings on the top.

5 The Ballon D’or$805,439

  • Competition: Best individual football player
  • Material: Brass and gold
  • Made in the year: 1956
  • Height: 28 centimetres Weight: 12 kilograms
  • 2021 holder: Lionel Messi

4. The FA Cup Trophy – $1,180,000

  • Competition: The Football Association Challenge Cup
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Made in the year: 2013
  • Height: 61.5 centimetres Weight: 6.3 kilograms
  • 2021 holders: Liverpool F.C.

The FA Cup competition is among the premier competitions in English football. The current FA Cup is supplied by a company known as Thomas Lyte. There have been two other versions of the trophy, the first one having been made back in 1911. The trophy is made of 6.3 kilograms of sterling 925 silver and is 61.5 centimetres tall. The current one is a striking replica of the original 1911 cup. The trophy underwent an intricate process that included polishing, hand graving, hand chasing, and casting during its development.

The current FA Cup was commissioned in 2013 after about 250 hours of development. It was first awarded to Arsenal FC after their victory over Hull City. The Football Association has since documented the amazing process used to create the FA Cup. Before the 1911 design, the FA Cup trophy was much smaller and was nicknamed the ‘little tin idol’. It had to be made twice after the original one was stolen from a shop in Birmingham. At the time, the holders were Aston Villa FC, who subsequently got a $25 fine to cater for the creation of a replica.

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3. UEFA Europa League Trophy – $4.5 million

Competition: UEFA Europa League

Materials: Silver and marble

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Made in the year: 1972

Height: 65 centimetres Weight: 15 kilograms

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2022 holders: Frankfurt

The UEFA Europa league cup is among the most famous football trophies in Europe. At 15 kilograms, it is also among the heaviest. Unlike most trophies awarded in European competitions, the Europa League cup has no handles. It was designed and made in 1972 by a man known as Bertoni. Since then, the trophy has been awarded annually to the winner of Europe’s second-tier club competition. The cup is predominantly made of silver, sitting on a yellow marble base.

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2. Copa Libertadores Trophy – $8.5 million

  • Competition: Copa Libertadores de América
  • Materials: Silver, bronze, and plywood
  • Designer: Alberto de Gasperi
  • 2022 holders: Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras

The award is given to the winner of the annual Copa Libertadores de América competition. The original version only had space for 18 winners’ badges but was later redesigned to include more. The trophy’s top is predominantly made of sterling silver. Only a small figure on the very crest is made of silver-coated bronze.

1. FIFA World Cup Trophy – $20,000,000

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  • Competition: FIFA World Cup
  • Materials: 2 layers of malachite and 18-carat gold
  • Made in the year: 1974
  • Height: 36.5 centimetres Weight: 6.175 kilograms
  • holders: France

What is the most expensive trophy in sports? The answer is the FIFA World Cup trophy. The trophy was created in 1974 by renowned Italian artist Silvio Gazzaniga and is awarded to the winning team at the World Cup tournament that takes place every four years. How much is the FIFA world cup trophy worth? The gold-and-malachite trophy is currently valued at a whopping $20 million, a figure that dwarfs every other trophy in the sporting world.

What is the biggest trophy in the world?

At 182 centimetres tall, the Kolanka Cup is the largest trophy in the world. It was awarded to the winner of a little-known polo competition known as the Kolanka Cup, which was last played in 1998. The massive trophy is made of silver. Since that 1998 tournament, the Kolanka Cup is now stored at an undisclosed location.

What is the most expensive sports trophy?

The FIFA World Cup trophy is the most expensive trophy in sports. How much does the World Cup trophy cost? Currently, the gold and malachite cup is valued at $20 million.

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What is the most prestigious football cup?

The World Cup has to be the most prestigious competition and its trophy the most desired among footballers. Nothing brings the football world together more than the tournament that takes place every four years. The winning team gets the bragging rights of being the best footballing nation until the next tournament comes. There are probably as many football trophies as there are competitions and tournaments. These trophies represent a team’s victory and status over its rivals. As described above, some trophies are quite valuable while others, not so much. Still, the real value of a trophy often lies with its meaning than its actual price at a sale.

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