Accrington Stanley are investigating an 'alleged racist incident' following their recent home League Two defeat to Newport County.
The incident happened after the final whistle on Friday after the Reds lost 2-0 at the Crown Ground.
A club statement said: "Accrington Stanley can confirm the club has received a complaint about an alleged racist incident after the Skybet League Two Match against Newport County on Friday evening.
"All evidence is being passed on to the police in order for them to investigate further.
"The club has a zero-tolerance policy on racism and will always ban anyone found guilty of such behaviour from our stadium.
"Accrington Stanley would like to thank Newport County for their continued support in this matter."
Newport County confirmed they are 'working closely' with Accrington Stanley and the relevant authorities involved in investigating the alleged incident, and have thanked Accrington for their support.
The Reds lost the game to two second-half goals from Exiles striker Aaron O'Connor and Shaun Jeffers.
The defeat leaves Stanley in 16th position and nine points above the relegation zone.