The last of the old World Cups will go down in Italy’s capital on Saturday.
The curtain-raiser is at 4pm and tickets go on sale on Friday at 10am.
The final will take place in the Colosseum, home of Rome’s famed Colosceum, where the final will be held.
This is the first time the final has been held in the city, which was the site of the infamous 1989 final.
In honour of the occasion, the stadium’s arch has been transformed into a giant mural of a naked woman.
The stadium has also been transformed to include a giant projection screen for the game.
It is the second time in six years that the stadium has been a canvas for artworks.
The first was in 2002, when the stadium featured a painting of a giant squid in front of a huge statue of a statue of Christ.
The second was in 2014, when a huge mural of an animal with a huge tongue was put up.
In the future, the Colosa stands as the home of the national team.
This time, the Italian side will be playing host to a side with the World Cup’s most prestigious club.
This year’s final will also be the first where the country’s biggest stars are not in attendance.
Sergio Ramos, Cristiano Ronaldo and Xabi Alonso will all be absent, along with Andrea Pirlo, who is away with England.
The last time the game was played in Rome was in 1994, when Argentina defeated Brazil 2-0 in a friendly.
The previous time it was played was in 1998, when Brazil beat Italy 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico.
The game is expected to draw a crowd of at least 3,000.
The weather forecast for the final is forecast to be dry, with temperatures in the mid-30s.
The pitch will be a soft green and will feature a grass surface.
The Italian Football Federation has said the final would be played on a soft turf surface, which will also help avoid any injuries.
It was the last time Italy’s national team played in the same stadium, and it was the first game to be played in a World Cup stadium.