The World Cup trophy is in the UK and it's first stop was a school in Southend.
Made of solid 18-carat gold, it's the ultimate prize in world football. The trophy is touring the world before this summer's tournament in Brazil.
Under heavy security, the official FIFA plane arrived at the Essex airport on Wednesday, the first stop of a seven day tour of the UK.
The secret landing was part of surprise appearance at Shoebury High School, to award a sports coach who teaches football to deprived kids in the community.
The World Cup trophy is now in London and will make an appearance at London Bridge on Thursday night.