Swansea players will dip into their own pockets to pay for 3,000 fans’ away tickets for the game against Sunderland.
Paul Clement’s side picked up a massive three points against Everton yesterday thanks to Fernando Llorente’s winner.
The Welsh side face the long trip to Sunderland next Saturday and club hero Leon Britton spearheaded the drive to get as many supporters up as possible.
Boss Clement said: “It is a shame we can’t bring all the fans.
“The players paying for the supporters’ tickets came from Leon Britton and I thought it was a brilliant idea.
“That’s been done by the players and led by Leon and we hope they get up there safely.”
Hull's defeat against already-relegated Sunderland saw the Swans climb out of the bottom three with just two games left.
Britton, who started against the Toffees after a spell on the sidelines, was praised by Clement.
He said: "Leon was fantastic and he has been really great ever since I have been at the club.
"The fact he didn't play until the Stoke game, yet remained so professional and supported the players and did that even when he was out the squad.
"He helped me as club captain. He came in, did his job and you can see he has a fantastic connection with the crowd. It was really nice to see."