The UEFA Europa League Trophy is the heaviest of all UEFA silverware despite, unlike other cups awarded in European club competition, having no handles.
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The UEFA Europa League Trophy is handed out to the bold, dynamic sides who win the annual final; the heaviest of all UEFA silverware, it tips the scales at 15kg. It is 65cm high, 33cm wide and 23cm deep.
The trophy, a silver cup on a yellow marble plinth, was designed and crafted by the Bertoni workshop in Milan. Just above the plinth, a group of players seem to be jostling for the ball, when, in fact, they are supporting the octagonal 'cup' which is emblazoned with the UEFA emblem.
The original trophy remains in UEFA's keeping at all times, with a full-sized replica awarded to the winning club. Any club which wins the trophy three consecutive times or five times in total receives a special mark of recognition, with the club then starting a new cycle from zero. This happened in the 2015/16 season when Sevilla fulfilled both criteria, winning a third successive title, and their fifth in all.