Everton will take 1103 supporters to Cheltenham Town on Monday evening.
It is the 10th time this season the Blues have sold out their away allocation.
Ahead of the fixture at Whaddon Road, Everton officials are reminding all travelling fans that throwing objects or running on the pitch is strictly prohibited and will result in appropriate sanctions being taken.
In addition, any form of racist chanting will result in spectators being arrested and banned from all football matches.
Any other reports of offensive or aggressive behaviour will be investigated by the Club and could also lead to banning orders.
A Club spokesman said: "Everton's travelling support has, as usual, been fantastic this season. We head to Cheltenham with another sell-out crowd and we hope all supporters have a safe and enjoyable evening whilst adhering to the rules and regulations as set out by both Cheltenham and the football authorities."