Chelsea and Manchester United will make history on Wednesday as they meet in an all-English Champions League final.
Concerns over the Luzhniki Stadium pitch and the late kick-off will be put to one side as two English sides meet in the final for the first time.
The Moscow surface has been described as "disappointing" by its groundsman and the late kick-off could see the game finish after 1am local time.
More than 40,000 English fans are expected to travel to watch the match.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Russia has declared the region a visa-free regime from 17 May to 25 May for all fans with a valid match ticket.