However, fans produced "multiple racist and far-right symbols" in December's Champions League tie at Viktoria Plzen.
CSKA have also been fined 50,000 euros (around £41,200).
Fifa chief Jeffrey Webb on racism
A statement from European football's
governing body Uefa read:
"Due to the fact that CSKA Moscow had previous records concerning the racist behaviour of their supporters, they have been ordered to play their next Uefa competition match as host club behind closed doors.
"Multiple racist and far-right symbols were displayed by CSKA Moscow supporters within [Viktoria Plzen's] Struncovy Sady Stadion."
Ivory Coast midfielder Toure, 30, called for Uefa to
close CSKA's Arena Khimki ground
and said he was "furious" after suffering racist abuse during City's 2-1 win in Russia on 23 October.
After that offence, part of the Moscow stadium was shut for their Champions League game against Bayern Munich on 27 November.
However, it will now be completely closed for one game after the latest abuse, which took place in the Czech Republic during Viktoria Plzen's 2-1 win against CSKA on 10 December.
Serbia's Under-21 team, previously in trouble over a
match against England
in 2012, and Cypriot club Apollon Limassol were handed partial stadium closures because of monkey chanting by their supporters at recent games.
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