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Used since 1974, it has been lifted by Diego Maradona, Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo among many others and weighs in at a hefty 6.2kg.

FIFA's regulations now state that the trophy, unlike its predecessor, cannot be won outright, with the winners of the tournament receiving a bronze replica.

Called Victory before 1946, it was renamed in honour of Fifa president Jules Rimet who initiated the competition back in 1929.

Famously stolen in 1966 and then found by Pickles the dog, Bobby Moore lifted the trophy in England's only World Cup triumph.

Rimet had stipulated before his death that if a team won the tournament three times they could keep the gong - and Brazil managed to achieve that feat in 1970.

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