Manchester United will pay all visa costs for fans travelling to Russia for the club’s Champions League match against CSKA Moscow.
The club did the same last season for the game against FC Rostov, also in Russia.
The latest gesture has been welcomed by the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST), which has been a vocal critic of the Glazer family who own the club.
A United spokesman said: “We are pleased to confirm that the club has committed to covering the cost of supporter visas, up to a maximum of £118.20.”
Fans must supply their passport to the Russia consulate in Manchester and then forward a copy of the receipt to United for the September 28 fixture.
A statement from MUST said: