LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 28:  The Jules Rimet Cup found by a dog named "Pickles", 28 March 1966 in a garden in suburban London, is shown to journalists by two Scotland Yard police officers. The trophy, bearing the name of the French president of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and given to the captain of the winning soccer team at the end of each World Cup, had been stolen by an unemployed docker during an exhibit. After its recovery, it was kept in a safe place and presented by Queen Elizabeth to English captain Bobby Moore 11 July 1966 at Wembley stadium in London after England defeated Germany 4-2 in extra time to earn its first World title.  (Photo credit should read STAFF/AFP via Getty Images)