"No great damage or excessive expenses have been caused by foreign guests," Biryukov said at a press conference.

The deputy mayor added that this summer's tournament had yielded a profit for the Russian capital.

"We have gained only benefits and profit and have shown our Moscow as a modern city," Biryukov said.

Russia's first-ever FIFA World Cup started on June 14 and came to a close on Sunday with 64 games played in 11 cities across the country. France beat Croatia 4-2 in the final at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium to secure their second World Cup title.