The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has constantly updated travel advice available for England supporters off to Russia 2018.
Each of the host cities for the tournament, including England’s first three (not only, hopefully) destinations of Volgograd for the opener against Tunisia on 18 June, Nizhny Novgorod where Panama are the opposition on 24 June and Kaliningrad for the heavyweight clash with Belgium on 28 June are profiled together with general advice about entering and leaving Russia and travelling around such a vast country.
There are also tips on using cash and/or bank cards and some useful phrases including the always-important ‘vy gavarite pa-angliyski?’ (do you speak English?)
Bookmark the page at gov.uk
The Football Supporters' Federation also has their own guide for fans going to the tournament with plenty of information for those travelling by a less than straightforward route to try and save a few pennies.
Find it on the FSF website