Manchester City's shirt sponsors and manufacturer will have their branding removed from the kit worn in next month's Munich anniversary derby.
The decision by Thomas Cook.com and Le Coq Sportif came after talks between the companies and the supporters.
Producing a kit that will incorporate a black ribbon of remembrance is just one of the initiatives City have adopted ahead of the match against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday February 10.
Other plans for the joint marking of the 50th anniversary of the tragedy on February 6 are expected to be announced shortly.
City spokesman Paul Tyrrell told the Manchester Evening News: "After discussions with the Official Supporters Club and the Centenary Supporters Association, both Thomas Cook and Le Coq Sportif offered to remove branding from the shirts.
"Le Coq are happy to produce a unique kit for the occasion."
All 3,000 City fans who get a ticket for the game will receive a letter from manager Sven Goran-Eriksson and skipper Richard Dunne as well as a picture of goalkeeper-turned-journalist Frank Swift, who died in the plane crash.
Eriksson asks all supporters to "uphold the good name of Manchester City and respectfully support the commemorations."