July Trivia Questions and Answers 2024

Are you ready to put your knowledge of July to the test? Check out these July Trivia Questions and Answers and see how much you know about this sizzling month.

July is the seventh month of the year and is often associated with long summer days, warm weather, and patriotic celebrations. But how much do you know about this month?

For more monthly quiz, see also June Trivia Quiz.

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General July Trivia Questions

July Trivia Questions and Answers
  1. Which Indian Football Club became country's first ever football club to feature on NASDAQ billboard in New York's Times Square on 29th July 2020? Answer: Mohun Bagan
  2. Which region was handed back to China in July 1997? Answer: Hong Kong
  3. The first U.S. atomic bomb was tested at the Alamogordo Bombing Range on which date? Answer: July 16, 1945
  4. In what year was the first iPhone released in July? Answer: 2007
  5. Which French military leader was born on July 15, 1769? Answer: Napoleon Bonaparte
  6. In what year did the Tour de France begin on July 1st? Answer: 1903
  7. What is the traditional birth flower for July? Answer: Larkspur, or Delphinium
  8. What famous playwright was born on July 11, 1899 and best known for his works "Charlotte's Web" and "Stuart Little.?" Answer: Elwyn Brooks White
  9. What U.S. president was born on July 4, 1872? Answer: Calvin Coolidge
  10. In July 2022, the first cases of Marburg virus was discovered in what country? Answer: Ghana

July History Trivia

  1. Who is the month of July named after according to ancient Rome? Answer: Julius Caesar
  2. According to history, the month of July was originally called? Answer: Quintilis
  3. In what year of July 4th did the United States declare its independence, which is celebrated as Independence Day? Answer: 1776
  4. What date did NASA's Apollo 11 mission successfully landed the first humans on the moon? Answer: July 20th, 1969
  5. What Is the National Holiday in France celebrated every July 14th called? Answer: Bastille Day
  6. Which country's day is celebrated on July 1st and commemorates the anniversary of it's confederation? Answer: Canada Day
  7. In what year did the US record the hottest temperature which occurred in Death Valley, California? Answer: July 10, 1913
  8. The United States celebrated its bicentennial, marking 200 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence in what year? Answer: July 4, 1976
  9. On July 16, 1999, John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife and sister-in-law were all killed in a plane crash off the coast of? Answer: Martha's Vineyard
  10. Who led an attack on the Moncada military barracks in Santiago de Cuba, marking the beginning of the Cuban Revolution on July 26, 1953? Answer: Fidel Castro

July Holidays and Observances

  1. What national day is set aside to recognize and honor the contributions of postal workers in the United States? Answer: Postal Worker Day and Postage Stamp Day
  2. What state in US celebrates it's holiday every July 5th and what is the day called? Answer: Hawaii and its called National Hawaii Day
  3. What food holiday is celebrated every year on July 6 in United States? Answer: National Fried Chicken Day
  4. National Kitten Day is celebrated every July 10. Who created the National Kitten Day? Answer: Colleen Paige
  5. What food holiday is celebrated every July 15th and it's dedicated to sweet and chewy candy known as gummy worms? Answer: National Gummi Worm Day
  6. What holiday is observed every July 15 that encourages people to give back to their community and make a positive impact on the world by giving something away to those in need? Answer: National Give Something Away Day
  7. On what date is the World Emoji Day celebrated yearly? Answer: July 17th
  8. What is the name of the Irish holiday celebrated on July 12th, which commemorates a famous battle in Irish history? Answer: Orangemen's Day
  9. What is the name of the Peruvian festival celebrated in July that features a colorful parade with dancers and musicians? Answer: Fiestas Patrias
  10. On Mandela's Day which is celebrated every 18th of July, how many minutes are citizens encouraged to spend of their time in service to others in need? Answer: 67 minutes

Just For Kids July Trivia

  1. How many days are in the month of July? Answer: 31 days
  2. What classic novel by Lewis Carroll is celebrated every July 4th? Answer: Alice in Wonderland Day
  3. What special day is observed every July 5th, that is dedicated to celebrating the invention of the mechanical pencil? Answer: Mechanical Pencil Day
  4. What day in July is celebrated as "Be a Kid Again Day?" Answer: July 8th
  5. What unofficial day is set aside every July 10 where every children will take the toy for picnic? Answer: Teddy Bear Picnic Day
  6. Woodie Wagon Day which is celebrated to honor the invention of the woodie wagon takes place on what date? Answer: Every third Saturday of July
  7. What year was the first Special Olympics International Games? Answer: 20 July 1968
  8. What is the name of the fish that is commonly associated with swimming upstream to spawn? Answer: Salmon
  9. Which planet is known as the "Red Planet"? Answer: Planet Mars
  10. What sporting event will take place on July 2, 2023 in Spielberg? Answer: Austrian Grand Prix 2023

Sporting Events In July Trivia

  1. Which Italian club signed Cristiano Ronaldo in July 2018? Answer: Juventus
  2. Who won the 2021 UEFA European Football Championship, held in June and July of 2021? Answer: Italy
  3. Which famous footballer is known as the "King of the World Cup"? Answer: Pelé
  4. Which team won the 2019 Copa America, held in Brazil in July? Answer: Brazil
  5. What is the name of the world's oldest football tournament, which is held in July every year in Scotland? Answer: The Scottish Cup
  6. Who won the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, which took place in Egypt in July? Answer: Algeria
  7. Which club won the UEFA Champions League in July 2020, which was postponed from its usual May schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Answer: Bayern Munich
  8. Which team won the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, held in the United States in July? Answer: Mexico
  9. Who won the men's singles title at Wimbledon in July 2021? Answer: Novak Djokovic
  10. Which boxer did Muhammad Ali defeat in the "Fight of the Century", which took place in July 1971? Answer: Joe Frazier

July World War Trivia

  1. On July 28, 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on which country? Answer: Serbia
  2. On July 10, 1942, the Allies invaded and took over the island of? Answer: Sicily
  3. On what date did the Battle of Britain began? Answer: 10 July, 1940
  4. During second world war, who was arrested on July 25, 1943? Answer: Benito Mussolini
  5. Which famous Irish siege lasted from 18 December 1688 to 28 July 1689? Answer: Siege of Derry
  6. During the battle of Somme in July 1916, how many British casualties were recorded? Answer: About 57,000
  7. The British destroyer HMS Foylebank was sunk by German bombers in 1940. In which English Channel port was it anchored? Answer: Portland Harbour
  8. The Battle of Fromelles began in July 1916 between which two countries? Answer: Australian and British forces against German troops
  9. On July 30, 1945, the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine. How many crew members were lost in this attack? Answer: 880 crew members lost their life
  10. Allied forces landed on the island of Sicily in 1943. What was the code name for this operation? Answer: Operation Husky

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