Fort William have made an appeal for witnesses to come forward following two incidents at the end of their Highland League Cup tie against Fraserburgh.
The Broch won the match 3-1 at Claggan Park following two late goals from Sean Butcher and Willie West.
Fort chairman Peter Murphy said the club was investigating incidents that occurred in the aftermath of the tie.
He said: “We at Fort William FC will not accept any form of anti-social behaviour at our games.
“This includes verbal or physical abuse of players, officials, supporters or committee members from both clubs.
“We are aware of two incidents at the end of the game yesterday that we are currently investigating.
“We would ask anyone who may have witnessed anything of an unacceptable nature to contact the club by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We will ban indefinitely anyone who brings down the reputation of our club and pass evidence to the police if necessary.”
Paul Young broke the deadlock for the Broch with a long-range strike that flew into the top corner with 15 minutes remaining.
The lead didn’t last long with Daryl Taylor levelling for the hosts only three minutes later when he netted on the rebound after a Ross Gunn strike from 20 yards was spilled.
Sean Butcher restored the Broch’s advantage by heading home a Ryan Cowie corner in the 84th minute before Willie West nodded home a Greg Buchan free kick three minutes from time.
Fraserburgh will travel to either Buckie or Deveronvale in the second round of the competition on December 7.