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# Surveen Bernert

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FIFA World Cup is the third largest sporting event in the world with respect to the prize money it gives to the winning team and possesses the most expensive trophy in the world. The FIFA World Cup’s trophy is made of pure 18-carat gold and it is worth around Rs 144 crore (US \$20 million or £16.4 million).

According to the Eurosport report, the FIFA World Cup trophy is described as ‘solid gold’ 36.5 cm tall and has a base of 13 cm in diameter, weighing around 6.175 kg. The real solid gold trophy is not given to the winning team, rather a replica of a bronze trophy with gold-plated is awarded, the report said.

The solid gold FIFA World Cup trophy is kept at the Museum in Zurich, Switzerland from time to time for fans to view it, moreover, it is drawn out from the museum for ceremonies and appearances during an official event, the report also mentioned.

So far, Brazil has won the FIFA World Cup title most - five times, in precise, followed by Italy and Germany each won the FIFA trophy 4 times. While Argentina, France, and Uruguay have won the cup twice each in the history of the most-liked football tournament.

How much will the winner get the prize

As per the World Economic Forum report, the winning team of FIFA World Cup 2022 shall be awarded prize money of \$42 million, whereas the runner-up team will get prize money of \$30 million.

On conversion into Indian Rupee, the winner will get a prize of more than Rs 344 crore, while The runner-up team will get prize money of more than Rs 248 crore.

World Cup Winner - \$42 million

World Cup runner-up - \$30 million

Third position team - \$27 million

Fourth position team - \$25 million

Teams losing Semis - \$17 million each

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