The Tottenham Hotspur football club has won 24 trophies since its founding on Sep. 5, 1882. As of 2014, the last trophy that this North London club won was the League Cup in the 2007 to 2008 season.
Liverpool Football Club has won 90 trophies in total. Of these trophies, 41 are in the top five competitions. These are: League Championship (18), FA Cup (7), League Cup (8), European Cup Winners Cup (5) and UEFA Cup (3).
The person who has won the most football trophies in the world is Sir Alex Ferguson, who retired in 2013 after coaching for almost four decades. He has a total of 49 football trophies.
Manchester United has won a total of 58 trophies across all major competitions. They have won the top-flight soccer league in England a record 20 times. They also hold the record with 12 wins in the English national tournament, the Football Association Cup.
Different parts of a trophy include the figure or topper at the top of the trophy, which has threaded studs that attach it to the trophy. Many trophies also have a base, often made of marble or wood, and columns with lids.
SportsPro reports that the FIFA World Cup trophy has a value of over $10 million as of 2014. The trophy was sculpted by Italian Silvio Gazzaniga in 1971, and at that time, the trophy cost only $50,000 to make. The FIFA World Cup is played every four years, and the winning nation receives a gold-plat
Since the club's inception, Manchester United has won a total of 62 top flight trophies. These wins have come in league play, special tournaments and single game championships. Their trophy count ranks them among the most elite worldwide in soccer.
As a running back at Ohio State University, Archie Griffin is the only player that has won the Heisman Trophy twice. He ended up being drafted into the NFL, only scoring seven touchdowns during his career.
TrophyKits.com and TrophyOutlet.com sell various kits, parts and components that are used for creating custom trophies. Some of the components of a trophy include the column, base, inserts, riser and lid. Full kits come with all of the necessary parts needed for assembly.
The trophy awarded to the World Cup champion team is called the Jules Rimet trophy as of 2014. It is named after the driving force of the first World Cup, former president of the International Federation of Association Football, Jules Rimet. The trophy was renamed in his honor in 1946.