Moscow is set to host the last of the continental Qualifiers for this year's FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in Paraguay.
A group of 20 teams are due to compete in the UEFA qualifying tournament at Luzhniki Park and five will qualify for the sport's premier event.
They will join the 11 sides that have already secured their place at Paraguay 2019, due to take place between November 21 and December 1.
Paraguay have qualified automatically as hosts.
Brazil and Uruguay have also qualified from South America; Nigeria and Senegal from Africa; Japan, Oman and United Arab Emirates from Asia; Mexico and United States from North America; and Tahiti from Oceania.
The 20 countries competing in Russia's capital have been put into five groups of four in a tournament due to conclude on July 27.
Hosts Russia will take their place in Group A alongside Germany, Hungary and Estonia.
Portugal, France, Norway and Moldova are in Group B.
Italy, Poland, Czech Republic and Kazakhstan form Group C.
Group D will consist of Spain, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Latvia
Switzerland, Belarus, Turkey and Lithuania will play together in Group E.
A total of 16 teams will qualify from this first group phase to the Round of 16, which will be played in play-off format.
Then, the eight winners will be distributed into two groups of four again.
The best two teams of each of those groups will qualify for Paraguay 2019.
The third-ranked sides of those groups will face in the final playoff for the final position.