He gets the replica.
No, they receive a smaller replica of it to keep.
The Wimbledon trophy is made of sterling silver.
No. They get a gold plated replica, FIFA keeps the original.
The winner does not get to keep the trophy they get a smaller replica of it to keep and they do print the winners names on it.
Yes. In fact, there are two replicas. The original (the 1892 bowl part) is kept in a safe (opened to the public during visiting hours) at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Canada. There are two copies of the trophy (with a replica of the original 1892 part and several additions). One is called the 'presentation trophy' and the other the 'replica trophy'. The replica is put on display at the Hall of Fame when the presentation trophy is either in the possession of the Stanley Cup winning team, or at a function or event outside of the hall.
Replica such as this can be found on Ebay.
No, they receive a smaller replica of the trophy
This is not a Wimbledon tradition. Rafael Nadal, 2008 Wimbledon Champion, bites his trophies after he wins.
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It is not real gold.