What does your trophy look like?

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ is drawing closer and the teams and fans around the world can’t wait for it to start. It’s also an exciting time for the FIFA World Cup Trophy, as it’s about to tour the world, with Qatar as its final destination, where it will be handed over to the World Cup winners.

What a trip! However, for us at the museum, that means an empty display case. Luckily, there are loads of creative people out there. Are you one of them?

The competition

Are you between eight and 14 years old? Are you creative and do you like football? Are you interested in museums? Then take part in our competition! Create your own trophy, either on your own or as part of a team. You can send it in or drop it off personally.

What is the prize?

Our jury will examine all the trophies and create a shortlist of the best entries. The winner will be showcased in a very special place in the museum during the tournament.  That’s right! Your trophy will be on show in the World Cup trophy display case and be admired by thousands of visitors.

After the World Cup, we’ll invite the winning teams on a private guided tour of the museum and lunch.

All teams and individuals who have entered a trophy will receive a museum ball.

How to enter the competition


1. Team Up!
Do you want to take part on your own or with your friends? Your team can have a maximum of four people on it.


2. Register!
Register yourself/your team on our website. Use the form at the bottom of the page.


3. Create!
Create, craft, mould and let your imagination run wild.


4. Send it!
Is your trophy ready and does it look the way you wanted it to? Then send it in to us or simply drop it off at the FIFA Museum.

What do you need to know?

think about what you would like your trophy to look like and sketch or draw it. Is it narrow or wide? Is it big or small? Squat, round, square?

be creative – it should be unique. We don’t want a replica of the actual World Cup Trophy.

between 10cm and 50cm tall, max. 20cm in diameter (after all, it has to fit in the display case!)

max. 6.175kg (it can’t be heavier than the original.)

anything goes! You can use paper, cardboard, clay, wood, plastic and even metal or stone. Remember: it should be stable enough to stand on its own.

How to submit your entry
send it by post to the address below:
FIFA Museum
z.H. Education
Seestrasse 27
8002 Zürich

Or drop it off personally at the FIFA Museum on:
Wednesday, 26 October or Friday, 28 October 2022 between 10:00 and 18:00.

Registration closes on
30 September 2022

Competition closes on
28 Oktober 2022

The winners will be announced by 18 November 2022.


Register now


Names and ages of your teammates (optional)

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