The Fédération Internationale de Football Association World Cup trophy weighs 6.175 kilograms, or 13.61 pounds. It has a height of 14.5 inches or 6.8 centimeters and a base with a diameter of 5.1 inches or 13 centimeters.
The current FIFA World Cup is the second cup since the inception of the World Cup in 1930. The first cup was called The Jules Rimet Trophy and was used from 1930 until 1970, when it was won outright by Brazil, thus necessitating a replacement. The Jules Rimet Trophy was made of gold-plated sterling silver. It weighed 8.4 pounds or 3.8 kilograms and had a height of 14 inches or 35 centimeters.