Trivia Questions - Quiz Game
Who wouldn't like having a pubquiz in his own living room? Challenge your friends with 170+ trivia questions out of 10 different categories. We provide you trivia questions about sport, science, movie & TV and many more. So let's go, take your friends, siblings or parents and prove your intelligence. This game is all you need to have a brilliant time!Party & Drinking Games 👇
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- At least 3 players
- A timer
- Maybe alcohol
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The quizmaster 🎩
What does every great quiz need? Exactly, a quizmaster. So at first while playing »Trivia Questions - The Party Game« you have to define one player as the quizmaster. He doesn’t answer any questions by himself. Instead he is the head of the game and in charge of asking questions and evaluating the answers. So it should be someone who likes to talk and discuss with the other players.
If nobody wants to be the quizmaster in the first place, just let the whole group decide who is the best choice for the role. If you can’t agree on anyone, you can also draw lots!
The beginning 🤡
After defining the quizmaster, he seperates the other players in two or three different teams. Let the whole group decide how many persons are in one team. But the quizmaster should always make sure that it’s fair.
If you aren’t enough players (or some of you are really, really confident), you can also form one-person-groups. At first, the quizmaster asks one of the following questions as a tie-breaker. The team which is closest to the right answer starts the play.
- In which year did the Alcoholics Anonymous first meeting take place? Answer: 1935
- Including the antenna on the top, how many metres tall is the Eiffel Tower? Answer: 324 metres
- How many cities are there in England? Answer: 51
- In which year did Mickey Mouse become 70 years old? Answer: 1998
- In what year was the first Christmas card produced? Answer: 1846
We have collected 170+ Trivia questions out of 12 different categories for your gaming night!
Now you have a quizmaster, at least two different teams and you also already decided which team starts. After the quizmaster takes a look at the 12 different categories, he picks 3 of them and lets the team choose one. For example: »Geography, literature or celebrety?« In our »Trivia Questions - The Party Game« we present you 12 categogries with 170+ Trivia questions:
Maybe the team wants the category »celebrity«, so the quizmaster takes one of these questions and asks them. Now the team has to answer the question within 1,5 minutes. If they know the right answer, they get 2 points.
If the time runs out or their answer is wrong, the next team get the chance to answer the trivia question but only within 30 seconds. This continues until one team answers correctly or there isn’t another team left.
Every team is just allowed to give one answer each round. If their answer is wrong, it’s the others group’s turn.
So the teams can get 2 points on their turn. If they fail, one of the other teams can get 1. In the following rounds it’s basically the same. It goes on and on and on. But always remember that the quizmaster is the head of the game.
He decides between how many categories the teams can choose on their turn. In the beginning, it may be interesting choosing beetween lots of different options. But during the game you can limit the choices or even remove them and decide the category by yourself.
Variationes and rules
- You think that a party game with points is boring? You can always spice it up with something to drink. Grab some alcohol and win sips instead of points. For example the winning team gets two sips and can divide them between the other players.
- You need some help to find the right answers? If there are more than 2 competing teams, you can include a joker. Each team gets one joker and can add them if necessary and ask one of the other teams. If they know the answer, both teams get 2 points.
- Maybe the quizmaster doesn’t want that the players to choose their categories by themselves. You can always pick categories randomly.
Trivia question for the party game
Don’t worry, you don’t need to come up with your own questions for our »Trivia Questions - The Party Game«: We have collected more than 170 trivia questions out of 12 different categories. You can choose between sport, science, movies & TV, history, religion & tradition, geography, music, literatur, celebrity, health, animals and art & design. Depending on your age and living environment some questions may be hard but others in return really easy.
Just give them a try and trust your quizmaster in picking the right questions for a fair play!
Questions about Sport:
- For which country did David Beckham played for? Answer: England.
- Which boxer was known as »The Greatest« and »The People’s Champion«? Answer: Muhammad Ali
- Which racer holds the record for the most Grand Prix wins? Answer: Michael Schumacher
- How many minutes is a rugby match? Answer: Eighty minutes
- In which country were the first Olympic Games held? Answer: Greece
- How many players are on a baseball team? Answer: Nine players
- What is the only country to have played in every single soccer World Cup? Answer: Brazil
- What sport were women allowed to play in the Olympics for the first time? Answer: Tennis
- How old was Boris Becker when he won the 1985 Wimbledon? Answer: Seventeen years.
- Which was the first team to win three Super Bowls? Answer: Pittsburgh Steelers
- The Olympics are held every how many years? Answer: Four years
- How many points is the touchdown worth in American football? Answer: Six
- What’s the diameter of a basketball hoop in inches? Answer: Eighteen inches
- Which sport played on broomstick is played in Harry Potter? Answer: Quidditch
- How many rings are on the Olympic flag? Answer: Five
Questions about Science:
- Which planet is the hottest in the solar system? Answer: Venus
- Which natural disaster is measured with a Richter scale? Answer: Earthquakes
- Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)? Answer: Marie Curie
- What is the first element on the periodic table? Answer: Hydrogen (Wasserstoff)
- What is the name of the biggest part of the human brain? Answer: Cerebrum / Großhirn
- What is the name of the substance that gives skin and hair its pigment? Answer: Melanin
- What is the closest planet to the Sun? Answer: Mercury
- »K« is the chemical symbol for which element? Answer: Potassium
- What does the abbreviation »HTTP« stand for? Answer: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
- Who was the first person to see the moons of Jupiter? Answer: Galileo Galilei
- The fear of being in a commitment or getting married is known as what? Answer: Gamophobia
- Who has more hair follicles, blondes or brunettes? Answer: Blondes
- In what month is the Earth closest to the sun? Answer: January
- What substance are nails made of? Answer: Keratin
- What does »DNA« stand for? Answer: Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Movie & TV
Questions about Movie & TV:
- Which popular TV show featured house Targaryen and Stark? Answer: Game of Thrones
- How many films did Sean Connery play James Bond in? Answer: 7
- Which cartoon character lives in a pineapple under the sea? Answer: Spongebob Squarepants
- Carl Fredricksen is the main character in which 2009 Disney Pixar film? Answer: Up
- What was the name of the actor who played Jack Dawson in Titanic? Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio
- In what year was the first episode of South Park aired? Answer: 1997
- The characters Simba, Scar and Mufasa belong to which movie? Answer: The Lion King
- Who directed the Lord of the Rings trilogy? Answer: Peter Jackson
- What was the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards? Answer: Beauty and the Beast.
- How many oscars did the Titanic movie got? Answer: Eleven
- In the Flintstones, what decoration does the baby Pebbles wear in her hair? Answer: A bone
- Who is the creator of the Simpsons? Answer: Matt Groening
- Which of the Teletubbies was green? Answer: Dipsy
- Which iconic TV featured the main characters, Samantha, Carrie, Cynthia and Charlotte? Answer: Sex and the City
- In what year was the first episode of The Simpsons aired? Answer: 1989
Questions about History:
- In 1893, which country became the first to give women the right to vote? Answer: New Zealand
- What famous actor became Governor of California in 2003? Answer: Arnold Schwarzenegger
- In what year did Christopher Columbus discover the »New World«? Answer: 1492
- The second atomic bomb ever used in war-time was dropped on what city? Answer: Nagasaki
- In what year did World War II end? Answer: 1945
- Who was the first man to set foot on the moon? Answer: Neil Armstrong
- Who was the first president of the USA? Answer: George Washington
- Saint Patrick’s Day was originally associated with what color? Answer: Blue
- Where was the very first Hard Rock Cafe opened? Answer: London (Piccadilly)
- In what year died princess diana? Answer: 1997
- What socialist writer’s last words were: »Last words are for fools who haven’t said enough«? Answer: Karl Marx
- What year was the very first model of the iPhone released? Answer: 2007
- Who succeeded Henry II as King of England? Answer: Richard I/Richard the Lionheart
- From which country did Algeria gain independence in 1962? Answer: France
- In which city was the Titanic constructed? Answer: Belfast
Religion & tradition
Questions about Religion & tradition:
- Which country invented tea? Answer: China
- What religion is the most widely practiced religion of the world? Answer: Christianity
- What does the word »Shinto« mean? Answer: Way of the Gods
- Followers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster refer to themselves as what? Answer: Pastafarians
- Pele is the Hawaiian goddess of what? Answer: Volcanoes
- Most Popes have been Italian. Which country has the 2nd highest number of Popes? Answer: France
- Which is the holiest book of Judaism? Answer: The Torah
- A ‘mandir’ is a temple of which religion? Answer: Hinduism
- Mecca, the holy city of Islam, is located within which country? Answer: Saudi Arabia
- What is the national dish of Spain? Answer: Paella
- Name all of the »Seven Deadly Sins«. Answer: Pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth.
- Who was the Greek god of war? Answer: Ares
- What is name for the Buddhist term used to describe the state of being free from all suffering, the aim of all Buddhists? Answer: Nirvana
- Which European nation was said to invent hot dogs? Answer: Germany
- »The Watchtower« is a magazine for members of which religious group? Answer: Jehovah’s Witnesses
Questions about Geography:
- Which continent is the largest? Answer: Asia
- Which desert is the largest in the world? Answer: The Sahara Desert
- Which country is the largest? Answer: Russia
- Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia? Answer: Ethiopia
- Which country has the oldest continuously used national flag? Answer: Denmark.
- In which city can you find the home of Anne Frank? Answer: Amsterdam
- What does the »N« stand for in NATO? Answer: North
- What is the longest river on Earth? Answer: Nile
- What country experiences the most tornadoes? Answer: USA
- In the United States, where can alligators and crocodiles be found together in the wild? Answer: South Florida
- What is the commonest symbol on flags of the world? Answer: Star
- Which is colder: The North Pole or the South Pole? Answer: The South Pole
- Which three oceans surround Australia? Answer: Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean and (South) Pacific Ocean
- Which is the largest US state in terms of population? Answer: California
- Which are the two official languages of Cameroon? Answer: English and French
Questions about Music:
- What was the name of the group Justin Timberlake used to be part of? Answer: N’ SYNC
- What was the name of the group Victoria Beckham used to be part of? Answer: Spice Girls
- What genre of music did Taylor Swift start in? Answer: Country
- Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta? Answer: Lady Gaga
- Which composer wrote the opera The Magic Flute? Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- How many brothers were in the original Jackson family line up? Answer: Five
- What Beatles single lasted longest on the charts, at 19 weeks? Answer: Hey Jude
- Which musician is the most successful one of all time? Answer: Elvis Presley
- Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams formed which girl group? Answer: Destiny’s Child
- Who wrote and originally recorded »Make You Feel My Love« which later provided Adele with a hit in the UK? Answer: Bob Dylan
- Which American singer has recorded albums entitled »One of the Boys«, »Prism« and »Teenage Dream«? Answer: Katy Perry
- In 2017, what was the name of a female artist who had the most streams on Spotify? Answer: Rihanna
- What is Fergie’s real name? Answer: Stacie Ann Ferguson
- What famous female singer died of alcohol poisoning in 2011 at the age of 27? Answer: Amy Winehouse
- How old was Canadian-born Avril Lavigne when she signed her first recording contract? Answer: 16
Questions about Literature:
- Which author wrote »The Silence of the Lambs«? Answer: Thomas Harris.
- Who killed the Minotaur? Answer: Theseus.
- What is the name of the main character in Salinger’s novel »The Catcher in the Rye«? Answer: Holden Caulfield
- Who is the Greek Goddess of love? Answer: Aphrodite
- In which decade was »The Lord Of The Rings« first published? Answer: 1950s
- In the Robin Hood stories, what was the real name of Little John? Answer: John Little
- Which Harry Potter book is the longest in the series? Answer: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
- Which two cities provide the setting for Charles Dickens’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’? Answer: London and Paris
- 5. Tony Stark is the alter ego of which Marvel Comics superhero? Answer: Iron Man
- In which century was William Shakespeare born? Answer: 16th century
- What is Frankenstein’s first name in Mary Shelley’s novel? Answer: Victor
- Who wrote the book to the classical horror movie »The Shining«? Answer: Stephen King
- Who is Batman’s arch-nemesis? Answer: The Joker
- Which author wrote the young adult novels »The Fault in Our Star« and »Paper Towns«? Answer: John Green
- Which novel opens and closes with the letters of Robert Walton? Answer: Frankenstein
Questions about Celebrities:
- Who was Brad Pitt’s first wife? Answer: Jennifer Aniston
- What year was Johnny Depp born? Answer: 1963
- What is the real name of Audrey Hepburn? Answer: Audrey Kathleen Ruston
- Which Game of Thrones star is married to one of the Jonas Brothers? Answer: Sophie Turner
- In which year died Michael Jackson? Answer: 2009
- What is the name of Miley Cyrus’s father? Answer: Billy Ray Cyrus
- How many siblings has Paris Hilton? Answer: Three
- Who is the richest person in the world? Answer: Jeff Bezos
- Who was named “People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive” in 1995? Answer: Brad Pitt
- What is tattooed on Ozzy Osbourne’s knees? Answer: Smiley Faces
- What did Mariah Carey do on air that shocked MTV’s TRL audience in 2001? Answer: Striptease
- Who did Britney Spears kiss onstage at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards? Answer: Madonna
- Who was married to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage? Answer: Lisa Marie Presley
- What supermodel wrote a novel called Swan? Answer: Naomi Campbell
- What is Pinks real name? Answer: Alecia Beth Moore
Questions about Health:
- Which organ has four chambers? Answer: The heart
- What is your body’s largest organ? Answer: The skin
- Which is the rarest blood type in humans? Answer: AB negative
- Which is the largest internal organ in the human body? Answer: Liver
- Where in the human body would the limbic system be found? Answer: In the brain
- A ‘keloid’ on the human body is a type of what? Answer: Scar
- The olecranon can be found in which human limb? Answer: The arm
- How is a ‘myocardial infarction’ more commonly known? Answer: Heart attack
- What disease used to be called consumption? Answer: Tuberculosis
- What type of hairs are the last ones to lose their color as you age? Answer: Eyelashes
- Which human organ produces bilirubin? Answer: Liver
- Which medical tool was developed by Sanctorius in 1612? Answer: Thermometer.
- What were the first false teeth made from what? Answer: Ivory.
- What hereditary blood defect is known as »the royal disease«? Answer: Hemophilia.
- What is the Acrophobia? Answer: The Height
Questions about Animals:
- How many hearts does an octopus have? Answer: Three
- How many legs does an ant have? Answer: Six
- Which tiger species is the largest? Answer: Siberian tiger
- Which bird is the only one that can fly backward? Answer: Hummingbird
- How many bones do sharks have? Answer: Zero
- How many horns did a Triceratops have? Answer: Three
- In which animal can pearls be found? Answer: Oysters
- Which animal was the first animal to be sent into space? Answer: Rhesus Monkey
- In which country do the most dangerous animals live? Answer: Australia
- How many eyes does a bee have? Answer: Five
- The “Cama” is a hybrid of what two animals? Answer: Camel and Lama
- Chinstrap and Humboldt are types of which animal? Answer: Penguin
- To which genus do insects such as butterflies and moths belong? Answer: Lepidoptera
- How long can a snail sleep? Answer: Three years
- Which animal cannot jump? Answer: An elephant
Art & design
Questions about Art & design:
- Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? Answer: Michelangelo
- Which artist said »Everything you can imagine is real«? Answer: Pablo Picasso
- The Lady Lever Art Gallery is in which English city? Answer: Liverpool
- Surrealist painter Rene Magritte was born in which country? Answer: Belgium
- What nationality was painter Frida Kahlo? Answer: Mexico
- Situated in New York, what does MoMA stand for? Answer: Museum of Modern Art
- ‘The Angel of the North’ is the work of which British sculptor? Answer: Antony Gormley
- The architect Walter Gropius was the founder of which German art school? Answer: Bauhaus
- Who painted amongst many other things »The Storm on the Sea of Galilee«, »The Night Watch« and »The Return of the Prodigal Son«? Answer: Rembrandt
- Who designed Kate Middleton’s wedding dress? Answer: Sarah Burton
- Which artist painted »Lobster Telephone« in 1936? Answer: Salvador Dali
- What is unusual about Mona Lisa’s eyebrows in the famous Leonardo da Vinci painting? Answer: She has none.
- Which famous museum opened in London in April 1928? Answer: Madame Tussauds
- Which Dutch painter cut off part of his ear after a quarrel? Answer: Vincent van Gogh.
- Which Dutch Golden Age artist painted the Girl with a Pearl Earring? Answer: Johannes Vermeer
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✍️ April 22, 2021