CSKA Moscow have been ordered to play their next European match behind closed doors after fans were found guilty of racism.
UEFA says supporters of the Russian club displayed "far-right symbols" during their Champions League away game against Viktoria Plzen.
The club has also been fined 50-thousand euros.
In November, the club had part of their stadium shut after Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was subjected to racist chants during a game in October.
Ivory Coast midfielder Toure, 30, called for Uefa to close CSKA's Arena Kimki ground and said he was "furious" after suffering racist abuse during City's 2-1 win in Russia on 23 October.