FOOTBALL fans in Worcester are in for a treat, with two of the game's most important trophies coming to Worcester this week.

The Premier League and Barclays FA Women's Super League trophies are being brought to the city by Barclays to allow supporters to have their photo taken with the famous prizes.

The trophies will be on display at The Kiln in Copenhagen Street between 10am and 4pm on Friday, October 15.

Fans there will have the chance to be photographed alongside the trophies, as well as receiving goody bags and cupcakes from the banking giant.

Anna Maria Rossi, Barclays business manager for Worcester, said: "We are delighted to have the Premier League and Barclays FA Women’s Super League Trophies at the Kiln to celebrate the partnership.

"Everyone is welcome to come down to the Kiln and have their photo taken with the trophy that every schoolboy or girl dreams of holding aloft to cheers of adoring fans.

"It's a great pleasure to offer this opportunity to the local business community and football fans."

The visit has been arranged to promote the launch of a new partnership pilot at the Kiln whereby Barclays will have regular representation on-site to help businesses in the city.

The Premier League Trophy is one of the most famous symbols in football. Due to its value, it is always flanked by two security guards when on display.

Cast by Asprey and Garrard, the Crown Jewellers, the main body of the trophy is made from solid sterling silver.

The crown is cast from 24-carat silver which is gold plated to a depth of half a millimetre.

The base of the trophy is made from Malacite, a semi-precious stone found in Africa.

The green colour of the opaque stone represents the field of play.

The design of the trophy is based on the theme of 'The Three Lions of English Football'.

Two of the lions can be found above the handles on either side of the trophy.

According to the Premier League: "When the captain of the title winning team raises the trophy above his head at the end of the season, he becomes the third lion."

The trophy is officially classed as 'priceless'.