Clyde initiated an investigation after Cove Rangers player Shay Logan claimed he suffered racial abuse in the Scottish League One match.
Logan listed on social media some of the abuse he heard from Clyde supporters during Cove’s 1-0 win at Broadwood Stadium.
Clyde issued a statement, condemning any discriminatory behavior during matches.
“The club has been informed of the allegation of a racist comment made towards Cove Rangers player Shay Logan by a spectator during today’s League One game in Broadwood,” the statement read.
“Clyde Football Club will not tolerate or condone racist, sectarian, sexual or bigoted harassment or other discriminatory behavior, physical or verbal, and will ensure that such behavior is addressed with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs.
“The club has launched an investigation into this matter tonight.”
Iain Vigurs sealed the win for Cove with a goal in the 71st minute.