Fleetwood have said they will hold an investigation after a number of their supporters complained about stewarding in their defeat at Bolton on Saturday.
The club said in a statement they were concerned by accounts in relation to stewarding during and after the loss.
Club officials have been in communication with Bolton and have provided them information, they added.
Bolton said they "treat allegations of this nature very seriously" and would co-operate with Fleetwood's enquiries.
In a separate incident, Salford City have said they are "co-operating fully" with Newport County and the police following their League Two fixture at Rodney Parade on Saturday.
Salford said in a statement that they are "disappointed with the behaviour of some individuals in the away section of the ground" and have apologised to Newport and their stewards, "particularly those who may have been harmed and we wish them a full and speedy recovery".