For France it'll be their second time, twenty years on from winning their first but Pogba believes they won't be getting carried away just yet after what happened in their last worldwide tournament.
The 25-year-old has been in good form for Les Bleus at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, especially in the three knockout fixtures they have played so far, against Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium.
As the biggest game of his decorated career awaits, Pogba is willing to take the barbs in his stride so long as his desire to compete and love for the game is not up for debate. I came from - I wouldn't exactly say nothing - [but] obviously I had no trophies.
"I have a love of football in my heart". Obviously I live for football.
La Liga's president Javier Tebas said: "When the moment is right and everyone is ready I would like to invite the children and their coach to go to a Liga game".
"I get criticised again and again but everything is fine". We had the chance to win the final of the Euros, but we missed a wonderful thing and we must not let this chance pass.
"He's going to learn, he's going to grow, he's young, he'll get more experience, he's already ahead for his age but he'll keep working, I talk to him, I give him advice, but that's his talent". They have done very well and they want the victory, like us.
As a member of the France squad that suffered heartache on home soil in the final of Euro 2016, Pogba knows completing such a historic task is no formality.
Federation Internationale de Football Association had invited the boys to Sunday's World Cup final although the world organising body said that due to medical reasons the boys would not be in a position to travel to the game, although they would invite them to an event in the future. It's a dream for everybody. It's a dream for everybody but you have to realise a dream.
"We started our dream and now we need to finish it".