Paris St-Germain have warned fans to expect "exceptional security measures" when they play at home for the first time since the Paris attacks.
The Ligue 1 leaders host Troyes at the Parc des Princes on Saturday.
"Conditions for entry at the stadium have been significantly modified," said a statement on PSG's website.
Away fans will be banned from top-flight matches in France until mid-December after the Paris attacks claimed the lives of 130 people.
PSG say it is "imperative" home fans attending Saturday's game bring at least one form of identification "in order to make it through the security checks on the way into the ground".
The statement adds: "It will not be possible to gain entry to the stadium if you have a helmet or a bag.
"The security perimeter around the stadium will be expanded.
"The players will not walk the red carpet as they arrive at the stadium."
Since the attacks on 13 November, PSG have played one Ligue 1 game and one Champions League match - both away from home.
Laurent Blanc's side won 2-1 at Lorient on 21 November before defeating Malmo 5-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday.
PSG, seeking a fourth successive Ligue 1 title, are 13 points clear at the top of the table after winning 12 of their opening 14 league games.
Troyes are bottom are of the table without a win.