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100 Team Trivia Questions for Fun & Team Bonding

Trivia for Work? With the help of these amusing team trivia questions & answers, increase team engagement and strengthen relationships.

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Team trivia contests are fantastic for team-building exercises in addition to being fun. One of the best ways to communicate with your team is through this.

Have fun laughing together. Make people struggle to think. Encourage your teammates to rely on one another’s expertise to find the correct answers!

Trivia nights may be fun whether a team member is a fan of cultural history or a movie nerd. Everyone benefits from a respite from the demanding workday.

For distant teams, virtual trivia is more inclusive. It connects everyone online without requiring much planning.

100 Team Trivia for Work Questions and Answers

1. Why are Italian, Spanish, and French referred to as Romance languages?

A. They sound romantic. B. They were spread by those who roam. C. They are only spoken by the Roman

D. They have roots in Latin, which was spoken by Romans.

2. Which soup brand is depicted in one of Andy Warhol’s most well-known works of pop art?

A. Heinz B. Campbell’s C. Baxters D. Knorr

3. Ocean water is not safe for consumption because it can?

A. Dehydration B. Allergy C. Diabetes D. Sweat

4. Which of these was used to build buildings in ancient Egypt?

A. Mud B. Wood C. Brick D. Bamboo

5. Which planet in the solar system is the hottest?

A. Mercury B. Venus C. Saturn D. Mars

6. The rainbow has how many different colors? 

A. Six B. Five C. Eight D. Seven

7. What other nation utilizes the US dollar as its official currency besides the US?

A. Canada B. Mexico C. Ecuador D. United Kingdom

8. How much does the average human brain weigh?

A. 14 kilos B. 14 grams C. 4 kilos D. 41 grams

9. What blood type is the rarest?

A. O+ B. A- C. B+ D. AB-

10. Where did the mojito drink originate?

A. Cuba B. Spain C. Peru D. Mexico

History of the World Trivia for Work and Answers for Team Bonding

1. In which year was the Berlin Wall torn down?

 A. 1948 B. 1938 C. 1958 D. 1928

2. The internet was created when?

A. 1983 B. 1993 C. 1973 D. 1963.

3. Who entered space first among women?

A. Sally Ride B. Valentina Tereshkova C. Christina Koch D. Peggy Whitson

4. Who was the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize beneficiary?

A. Mahatma Gandhi B. Malcolm X C. Martin Luther King Jr D. Malala

5. Where is the birthplace of Buddhism?

A. Thailand B. Vietnam C. India D. China.

6. How many American presidents have been killed?

A. Four B. Five C. Three D. Six

7. Which contemporary nation hosted the ancient Mayan civilization?

 A. Peru B. Mexico C. Brazil D. Guatemala

8. Which Asian region is the home of fireworks?

A. Myanmar B. China C. Thailand D. Indonesia

9. What is the name of the first human civilization?

A. Babilonia B. The Indus Valley C. Egypt D. Mesopotamia

10. Who made the discovery of Greenland?

A. The Scandinavians B. The Normans C. The Vikings D. The Mayans

Trivia for Work Questions About Pop Music

1. Which Temptations song starts off with the lyrics, “I got sunshine on a cloudy day”?

A. My Girl B. Just My Imagination C. Treat Her Like a Lady D. Beauty is Only Skin Deep

2. Who won the Best New Artist Grammy Award in 2001?

A. Sam Smith B. Amy Winehouse C. Meghan Trainor D. Alessia Cara

3. What band was Harry Styles in before One Direction?

A. Blue Moon B. No Doubt C. White Eskimo D. Poolside

4. Who holds the title of “King of Pop”?

A. Elton John B. Michael Jackson C. Justin Bieber D. Barry Manilow.

5. In which decade was Madonna born?

A. The 1940s B. The 1960s C. The 1970s D. The 1950s

6. Which singer was offered “Wrecking Ball” before Miley Cyrus recorded it?

A. Mariah Carey B. Beyoncé C. Rihanna D. Kelly Clarkson

7. Which Beatles’ song ends with a chord played on three different pianos and a harmonium? 

A. A Day in the Life B. Yesterday C. Something D. Black Bird.

8. Which song’s music video features black tears from Billie Eilish?

A. Bad Guy B. Goodbye C. When the Party’s Over D. Ocean Eyes.

9. What Icelandic band did Bjork front before deciding to go solo?

A. Kukl B. The Sugarcubes C. Cocteau Twins D. The Elgar Sisters.

10. What song by the Beach Boys did David Bowie cover?

A. Wouldn’t it be nice B. Don’t Worry Baby C. God Only Knows D. Heroes

Animals & Nature Trivia for Work Questions

1. Which animal emits the loudest noises, audible over 800 kilometers?

A. Blue whale B. Back-headed gull C. Elephant D. Giraffe.

2. How can one tell how old a tree is?

A. By its height in meters B. Based on how many leaves they have C. By the number of the annual rings D. By the number of branches extending from the trunk.

3. Which animal is reputed to have the world’s strongest bite?

A. Lion B. Hippopotamus C. Spider D. Snakes.

4. Which plant exclusively consumes the sap of the plants it parasitizes and has no leaves or roots?

A. Orchid B. Rafflesia C. Eyebright D. Dodder

5. How tall is a baby giraffe at birth?

A. 3 feet B. 4 feet C. 5 feet D. 6 feet

6. Which area of dog’s body sweats?

A. Ears B. Fur C. Paws D. Tails

7. How far away can a wolf smell its prey?

A. Almost one mile B. Almost two miles C. Three miles D. Almost four miles.

8. Which nation is home to the largest known T-Rex skeleton?

A. China B. New Zealand C. Canada D. India.

9. Which layer protects the Earth from the Sun’s harmful ultraviolet radiation? 

A. Stratosphere B. Mesosphere C. Thermosphere D. Exosphere

10. What insect has the ability to fly forward, backward, and sideways?

A. Dragonfly B. Grasshopper C. Honey Bees D. Ladybug.


Amazing Sports Trivia for Work Questions to Foster Team Work

1. How long is a marathon?

A. 26.2 miles B. 26.3 miles C. 26.4 miles D. 26.5 miles.

2. What game resembles softball the most?

A. Gold B. Football C. Basketball D. Baseball.

3. What winter sport do the expressions “stale fish” and “mule kick” originate from?

A. Skiing B. Ice Skating C. Snowboarding D. Snowmobiling

4. What winter sport does the expressions “stale fish” and “mule kick” originate from?

A. Basketball B. Soccer C. Tennis D. Golf.

5. Tiger Woods won the Masters at what age?

A. 20 B. 21 C. 22 D. 23

6. The Olympics are held every how many years?

A. 2 Years B. 3 Years C. 4 Years D. 5 Years.

7. China won how many medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing?

A. 70 B. 80 C. 90 D. 100.

8. What type of race is the Tour de France?

A. Swimming Race B. Bicycle Race C. Running Race D. Horse Race.

9. In football, what shade are the goalposts?

A. Blue B. Red C. Yellow D. Green.

10. How many players are on a baseball team?

A. 6 players B. 7 players C. 8 players D. 9 players

Trivia Work Questions About Famous Persons

1. Who is the well-known English scientist and mathematician who made his law of gravity famous?

A. Albert Einstein B. Marie Curie C. Stephen Hawking D. Isaac Newton.

2. In 1959, a British prime minister was chosen to serve in parliament. That person was a research scientist in the industry before joining Parliament. Who exactly is it?

A. Nicola Sturgeon B. Boris Johnson C. Margaret Thatcher D. Fiona Hill.

3. Which US President went to the same London university as Mick Jagger? 

A. John F Kennedy B. Barack Obama C. Joe Biden D. George W. Bush

4. Let Us Have Faith,” “Out of the Dark,” and “The Story of My Life” were written by a deaf and blind American woman. Who is she called?

A. Bernard Morin B. Helen Keller C. Riddhi Singhania D. Malala Yousafzai.

5. Which of the following did Barack Obama say he was against in October 2004?

A. Universal Healthcare B. Alternative Energy C. Education Vouchers D. Veteran Rights.

6. In 1996, who was named Givenchy’s main designer?

A. John Galliano B. Vivienne Westwood C. Alexander McQueen D. Martin Margiela.

7. Who is the Italian explorer who, in 1492, discovered America after pleading with both the king and queen of Spain for a ship?

A. Marco Polo B. Henry the Navigator C. Amerigo Vespucci D. Christopher Colombus.

8. Elon Musk began studying computer programming when he was how old?

A. 8 B. 9 C. 10 D. 1.

9. What actor is from Hong Kong, has been compared to Bruce Lee, and has made 40 films since 1976? A. Stephen Chow B. Jackie Chan C. Anthony Wong D. Andy Lau

10. Where in the UK is Banksy from?

A. Coventry B. Bristol C. Derby D. Lancaster

Exciting Trivia About Movies

1. What object appears in each scene of Fight Club?

A. A Coca-Cola can B. A Starbucks cup C. A Dunkin’ donut D. A Pepsi bottle.

2. Which Harry Potter movie has the largest box office take? A. Deathly Hallows: Harry Potter.

A. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 B. Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter C. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 D. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

3. What cuisine recipes are the source of the coding in The Matrix?

 A. Sushi recipes B. Dumpling recipes C. Stir-fry recipes D. Pad thai recipes

4. What is the name of the character that Paramount presented with the theatrical short animation “The Friendly Ghost” from 1945?

A. Slimer B. Dixie C. Beetlejuice D. Casper.

5. In the movie Les Misérables, Anne Hathaway played who?

A. Éponine B. Fantine C. Cosette D. Madame Thénardier.

6. What was Woody’s original form in Toy Story?

A. A ventriloquist dummy B. A puppet C. A clown doll D. A nesting doll.

7. Which well-known scene from Pulp Fiction was reversed?

A. Vincent and Mia’s dance scene B. Mia’s overdose scene C. The royale with cheese scene D. The Ezekiel 25:17 scene.

8. The 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey” follows a voyage to what planet? 

A. Mars B. Jupiter C. Saturn D. Neptune.

9. Which movie was not directed by Tim Burton?

 A. Snow White B. Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure C. Corpse Bride D. Big Fish.

10. In what location were The Lord of the Rings movies shot?

A. Ireland B. Iceland C. New Zealand D. Australia.

Exciting Trivia on Business

1. How many items does Nike sell per year?

A. 800 million B. 700 million C. 500 million D. 900 million.

2. What brand logo is the most easily recognized?

 A. Apple B. Starbucks C. Airbnb D. McDonald’s.

3. Bill Gates is the founder of which company?

A. Google B. Apple C. Tesla D. Microsoft.

4. When did Steve Jobs pass away?

A. 2011 B. 2012 C. 2013 D. 2014.

5. What is the most profitable investment of the last decade?

A. Netflix B. Ethereum C. Bitcoin D. GameStop.

6. Who is the world’s wealthiest investor?

A. Elon Musk B. Donald Trump C. Peter Lynch D. Warren Buffett.

7. What business makes the most money globally?

A. Amazon B. Microsoft C. Apple D. Tesla.

8. What is the company’s motto?

A. Be What’s Next B. Think Different C. Do What You Can’t D. Make. Believe.

9. What is the biggest company in the food industry?

A. PepsiCo, Inc. B. Nestle C. The Coca Cola Company D. Kraft Heinz.

10. Who is the CEO of Googe?

A. Larry Page B. Satya Nadella C. Eric Schmidt D. Sundar Pichai

Trivia for Work on World Geography

1. What is the world’s oldest city?

A. Damascus B. Athens C. Jerusalem D. Tel Aviv.

2. Who gave the Pacific Ocean its name?

A. Ferdinand Magellan B. Christoper Colombus C. Charles Darwin D. James Cook.

3. What is the one ocean that has no coastlines?

A. Mediterranean Sea B. Adriatic Sea C. Celebes Sea D. Sargasso Sea.

4. What is the smallest independent country on Earth?

A. Grenada B. Nauru C. Monaco D. Vatican City.

5. Where on Earth is it the driest?

A. Sahara Desert B. Atacama Desert C. McMurdo, Antarctica D. Kufra, Libya.

6. Which mountain is the one nearest to the moon?

A. Mount Everest B. Mount Chimborazo C. Nanga Parbat D. Mount Pandim.

7. What mountains make up part of the ancient line separating Europe from Asia?

A. Ural Mountains B. Himalayas C. Andes D. Appalachian Mountains.

8. What Middle Eastern nation has Riyadh as its capital?

A. Yemen B. Iraq C. Saudi Arabia D. Syria.

9. What nation on Earth has the smallest independent population?

A. Grenada B. Nauru C. Monaco D. Vatican City.

10. Which nation is renowned for having the greatest tap water?

A. France B. Switzerland C. Germany D. Austria.

Culture & Art Trivia Questions

1. Who did Jean-Michel Basquiat work with as a painter?

A. Ren Hang B. Andy Warhol C. Keith Haring D. Jean Julien.

2. How many foot positions are there in ballet?

A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 7.

3. What is the name of the traditional music and dance of Argentina?

A. Bharatnatyam B. Highland Dance C. Tango D. Kecak Dance.

4. What is the name of the new painting genre that Picasso and Braque developed after the latter relocated to Paris?

A. Modernism B. Abstract C. Cubism D. Post-Impressionism.

5. Who executed “The Last Supper” mural?

A. Pablo Picasso B. Leonardo da Vinci C. Andy Warhol D. Basquiat.

6. Which Norse god was called the Raven God?

A. Baldr B. Odin C. Freya D. Loki.

7. Which artist made his own ear famously disappear?

A. Vincent Van Gogh B. Claude Monet C. Salvador Dalí D. Pablo Picasso.

8. Which artist is best renowned for her expansive poppy paintings?

A. Anna Valdez B. Basquiat C. Picasso D. Georgia O’Keeffe.

9. What was the subject of the earliest known paintings?

A. Mountain B. River C. Flowers D. Animals.

10. Futurism originated in Italy, but it had a particularly strong influence in what other country?

A. France B. Spain C. India D. Russia.


Trivia contests may be viewed as lighter entertainment by some.

But we are aware that they are much more. Pause, unwind, and collaborate while engaging in some friendly competition to determine who has the most knowledge.

Workplace trivia nights can be a lot of fun. This is especially true if there are many options for quiz questions.

You can acclimate the crowd. By including games, riddles, gimmicks, and activities between quizzes, you may get people talking.

Everyone enjoys wholesome rivalry. But remember fun is a key component of team-building exercises.


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