East Fife have banned two supporters after an Albion Rovers player was racially abused during their game at the weekend.
The Methil club launched an investigation into the incident following their 2-1 win at Bayview on Saturday.
An appeal for information from those present was then launched online and it led to the two supporters coming forward to admit they had made racial comments towards the player.
The League Two side issued a statement on Thursday to say both of the culprits had been banned.
The statement from the chairman said: “As has been widely reported on social media, an allegation of racial abuse towards an Albion Rovers player was made during the above game.
“After our appeal for information from those present, two individuals contacted the club admitting making racial comments and consequently have been banned sine die from attending any events at Bayview Stadium.
“We thank Albion Rovers F.C. for their cooperation and would also like to thank those who took the time to assist us in our investigation.
“We are confident that these were isolated incidents, but rest assured we will be even more vigilant at future games and will have no hesitation in taking the same action against any individuals found guilty of any form of abuse.
“As stated previously, we are an all-inclusive, welcoming club and incidents such as Saturday’s will not be tolerated.”