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Club World Cup 2023: what is the trophy like and how much does it cost?

The importance of lifting a trophy is always a priority for every club with the highest aspirations. The Club World Cup is within the reach of very few and only one can claim to be the best soccer team in the world. It is a very exclusive recognition and, for this reason, we wanted to make an analysis of what the trophy is like and what its price is.

In its first edition in the year 2000, the FIFA Club World Championship Cup was awarded, a trophy with a base made up of two pedestals and four rectangular pillars that supported a soccer ball, all plated in silver. However, that trophy was to change in 2005 and has remained the same ever since.

Measurements and price of the Club World Cup trophy

According to the data provided by FIFA itself, the current prize has a height of 50 centimeters, a base of 20 centimeters and its weight is 5.2 kilograms. Although the most predominant colors are silver, the award itself is gold plated.

Regarding its composition, the trophy is made up of six pillars placed in a staggered manner and each of them represents the participants of each confederation: UEFA, CONMEBOL, CONCACAF, CAF, AFC and OFC. On these pillars rests a sphere that mixes details of both the world and a soccer ball.

Although the exact value of the Club World Cup trophy has not been officially disclosed, GOAL estimates its price at approximately $200,000.