Of 1,312 individuals with football banning orders, 1,254 have given up their documents before the tournament, which starts tomorrow.
Police say they will continue working to trace the remaining 58.
About 10,000 people from the UK are expected to travel to Russia for the World Cup, it said.
A delegation from the UK will travel to Russia to work with their police counterparts during the tournament.
Football banning orders are imposed by courts and can last for up to 10 years.
There are 327 banned individuals who do not hold passports and they are not required to report to police.
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