Luis Suarez and Co have touched down in Veliky Novgorod as Uruguay arrived in Russia on Sunday for the World Cup.
The Uruguay national side jetted off on Saturday evening and landed safely at the Nizhny Novgorod Airport this afternoon.
Edinson Cavani and Suarez were both pictured signing autographs for fans at the airport after landing.
The Barcelona forward will also be hoping to avoid any controversies this time, having caused a stir in the last two World Cups.
Suarez handled on the line in extra-time to deny Ghana passage through to the semi-final in 2010 and received a nine-game ban from competitive internationals after biting Giorgio Chiellini in the 2014 tournament.
Uruguay kick-off their World Cup campaign against Egypt on Friday in Group A before meeting Saudi Arabia and tournament hosts Russia.