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Sports Trivia Questions & Answers

Sports Trivia Questions & Answers

This Sports trivia will allow you to not only exercise your brain but also help you gain knowledge about a wide range of sports around the globe. All sports fans will find our wide range of trivia questions useful.

Both adults and kids can use the questions to create a fun activity. Print out the worksheets with answers and questions for sports jeopardy and make it a fun activity for friends and family. You can plan your next party with fun and challenging sports trivia questions.

Amazing Sports Trivia Facts

  • The football goal is a football goal with a height of 2.4m and a width of 7.3m.
  • Tony Adams, a footballer, has written an autobiography titled Addicted
  • Tour de France is a bicycle race
  • Table tennis uses the lightest ball.
  • Every four years, the football world cup takes place
  • Ten athletic events make up the Decathlon
  • New Zealand has a tradition of rugby teams performing a war dance before matches begin. This dance is called “Haka”
  • Two World Series titles were won by “The Los Angeles Dodgers”, in 1980.
  • In 1994, Bob Woolmer moved from Warwickshire to South Africa as a coach.
  • India won the first t20 world cup.
  • Tokyo will host the 2020 Summer Olympics
  • Triathlons include swimming, running and cycling.
  • In bowls, the white target ball is called “Jack”.
  • 1992: Nigel Mansell became the world champion

Sports Trivia Question & Answer For Kids

Q. How many sports are there all over the world? 

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 8000

Q. How many players are in cricket? 

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 11 players

Q. Word ‘love’ is used in which game? 

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 Tennis

Q. What does the word love means in tennis? 

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 Zero

Q. Which is England’s national sport? 

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 Cricket

Q. The Olympic rings have how many colors? 

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 Five

Q. How many players a hockey team has? 

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 11 players in each team

Q. In snooker how many red balls are used? 

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 Fifteen

Q. Name the country that hosted Football World Cup in 2006? 

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 Germany

Q. What is the color of standard tennis ball? 

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 Yellow

Q. What is a jockey’s uniform called? 

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 Silks

Q. In a standard ten-pin bowling ball how many number of holes are there? 

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 Three

Q. In a speedway race how many motorbikes take part? 

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 Four

Q. Which two players formed a record of longest tennis match? 

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 American John Isner and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut

Q. Which city’s host hosts Wimbledon Tennis Championships? 

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 London

Q. Mo Farah is associated with what type of sport? 

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 Running

Q. Into How many periods an ice hockey game is divided? 

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 Three

Q. How many rings are combined to form an Olympic logo? 

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 Five

Q. Name the sport that involves these three things; wickets, a ball and a Bat.  

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 Cricket

Q. The height of center of tennis net is how many feet? 

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 Three feet

Q. Davis cup is awarded in which sport? 

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 Tennis

Q. Which two colored flag is waved to represents the winner in motor racing? 

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 Black and white checkered flag

Q. What is the national sport of Pakistan? 

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 Hockey

Q. How do umpire signals for no ball? 

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 By raising Right arm

Q. What do umpire do to show that the player has hit the six? 

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 Raises both arms above his head

Q. In which year did Pakistan win the cricket world cup? 

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 1992

Q. Donald, Cronje and McMillan play for Which country? 

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 South Africa

Q. Name the first batsman who scored 10,000 runs in Test cricket? 

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 Sunil Gavaskar

Q. Jack Hobbs play for which country? 

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 Surrey

Q. A football team has how many players? 

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 Eleven players

Q. Which sport is watched the most in USA? 

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 American football

Q. What is the nickname given to the baseball’s Lawrence Peter Berra? 

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 Yogi

Q. Detroit Pistons plays which game? 

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 Basketball

Q. Who invented Basketball? 

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 Dr J. A. Naismith

Q. What is the highest number on an American style roulette wheel? 

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 Thirty-Eight

Q. How many players are there in a “rugby league team”? 

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 Thirteen

Q. What is a “Latin inspired dance based on workout” called? 

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 Zumba

Q. Name the first three members of the ICC. 

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 England, South Africa, Australia

Q. How many numbers of pockets snooker table have? 

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 Six

Q. After Martin Keown who was the captain of the England football team? 

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 David Beckham

Q. In 1990 and 1991, which county won the Championship? 

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 Essex

Q. Ice hockey team has how many players? 

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 Six

Q. Name the national sports of America? 

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 Baseball

Q. What letters are written on South Africa’s Olympic athletes Vests? 

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 RSA

Q. In which year was the longest tennis game ever played? 

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 26th May 1975

Q. How many times does India won the cricket world cup? 

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 Two

Q. Which country won 2015 cricket world cup? 

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 Australia

Q. Which country won the first world cup? 

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 West Indies

Sports Trivia Question & Answer For Adults

Q. Name the world’s youngest heavyweight-boxing champion. 

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 Mike Tyson

Q. The William Webb Ellis Trophy is the official name of which trophy? 

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 Rugby  World Cup trophy

Q. Which England footballer is known as the first European Footballer of the Year? 

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 Stanley Matthews

Q. What was “Frisbee” known as earlier? 

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 Pluto Platter

Q. In the 1966 World Cup Finals, who was the one to score the final goal? 

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 Geoff Hurst

Q. Name the sport that is associated with Costantino Rocca? 

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 Golf

Q. Name the country that invented Volleyball? 

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 United States Of America

Q. Facial hairs are prohibited in which Olympic sport? 

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 Boxing

Q. What is the flat rubber disc that is used in ice hockey called? 

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 Puck

Q. In year 1986 “FIFA World Cup” held in which city? 

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 Mexico

Q. Which nickname is given to famous baseball player “Ty Cobb”? 

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 The Georgia Peach

Q. In the 2006 world cup final who scored the winning penalty? 

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 Fabio Grosso

Q. An archery target center is in which color? 

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 Gold

Q. Name the horse that won Melbourne Cup In 2002. 

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 Media Puzzle

Q. In golf, what does the term ‘birdie’ means? 

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 One under par

Q. In September 1996 who won all seven races in one day at Ascot Racecourse? 

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 Frankie Dettor

Q. What is “Munro” according to climbers? 

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 Peak high than 3000 feet

Q. Baseball is originated from which country? 

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 England

Q. What is the nickname of snooker player “Jimmy White”? 

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 The Whirlwind

Q. What is the most important piece in the game of chess? 

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 The Queen

Q. In a game of roulette the bet on numbers 1-18 is called? 

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 Manqué

Q. Long jump sports involves running and jumping as far as possible onto what? 

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 Sandpit

Q. Name the first U.S. volleyball player who won three Olympic gold medals? 

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 Karch Kiraly.

Q. When were American professionals allowed to enter “The World Basketball Championships”? 

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 1994

Q. Name the sports that the Miami Dolphins play? 

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 American football

Q. Name the sport that is played by the Atlanta Braves? 

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 Baseball

Q. The rules for modern ice hockey were formulated in which country? 

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 Canada

Q. Which team was the first to win the Super Bowl? 

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 Green Bay Packers

Q. Name the sport played by Buffalo Sabres? 

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 Ice hockey

Q. Stanley Cup awarded is in which sport? 

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 Ice hockey

Q. In 1986, which team won the first Budweiser Bowl? 

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 London Ravens

Q. What does NFL stand for in American football? 

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 National Football League

Q. Baseball team has How many players? 

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 Nine

Q. Name the two American men who won “ice skating Olympic gold” in the 1980’s. 

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 Scott Hamilton and Brian Boitano

Q. Which team bats first in baseball? 

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 The visiting team

Q. At Basketball, other than the United States which two countries have won Olympic gold medals? 

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 USSR and Yugoslavia

Q. The Redskins American football team comes from Which city? 

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 Washington

Q. Aside from Botham, name the English bowler who achieved the 300 Test wickets? 

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 Bob Willis

Q. Name the bowler who was the first to take 300 Test wickets? 

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 Fred Trueman

Q. What was “Nat West Trophy” earlier called? 

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 Gillette Cup

Q. Who is known as “bodyline” bowler? 

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 Harold Larwood

Q. Before 1965, ICC stand for what? 

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 Imperial Cricket Conference

Q. Name the two cricketers who are known as BBC Sports Personality of the Year between 1956 and 1981? 

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 Jim Laker, Ian Botham

Q. Name the radio commentator who is known as ‘Aggers’? 

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 Jonathan Agnew

Q. Name the Australian tycoon who started a ‘circus’ in the 1970s? 

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 Kerry

Q. Who was the one to win the Gillette Cup from 1970 to 1972? 

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 Lancashire

Q. Name the bowler who for the first time formed a record to hit six sixes in an over? 

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 Malcolm Nash

Q. In 1985,Which England batsmen scored double centuries in the same innings against India? 

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 Mike Gatting, Graeme Fowler

Q. Abdul Qadir played for Which country? 

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 Pakistan

Q. The Barnacle’ is the nickname given to which batsman? 

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 Trevor Bailey

Q. In 1992 when Pakistan win the cricket world cup who was the captain of the team? 

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 Imran Khan

Q. Name the golfer who was responsible for the US Masters? 

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 Bobby Jones

Q. Before Richie Richardson, Who was West Indian captain? 

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 Viv Richards

Q. C and b stand for what in scoring? 

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 Caught and bowled

Q. In 1994 and 1995, which team won County Championship? 

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 Warwickshire

Q. Alan Ball begins his playing career With whom? 

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 Blackpool

Q. Which country was the first to win the World Cup four times? 

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 Brazil.

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