The Football Association has asked Chesterfield FC to launch an investigation into the alleged racist abuse aimed towards their players at Port Vale on Saturday (August 30).
The League One fixture was blighted by a confrontation between Spireites' defender Daniel Jones, a former Port Vale player and home supporters as the players left the pitch at the end of Chesterfield's 2-1 victory.
It is alleged that Chesterfield's black players were the subject of racist taunts from a small section of Vale fans.
Spireites chief executive Chris Turner said in a statement on his club's website: "Any form of racism cannot be tolerated. We have been asked by the FA to launch a full investigation, which will involve speaking to our players. I spoke to Port Vale Chairman Norman Smurthwaite after the match and he said they would hold their own investigation. "
Leeds United have strengthened their defence after agreeing a fee for Chesterfield defender Liam Cooper.
United had two bids rejected for Cooper last month, but a fee has now been agreed between the two clubs.
The defender is due at Leeds United on Wednesday to undergo a medical and discuss personal terms.
Chesterfield have made a double signing on the eve of their first game of the season against Leyton Orient.
Aston Villa's 21-year-old midfielder joins for three months on loan, but the Premiership club have an option to recall him after a month.
The League One club have also signed 29-year-old Benin international Romauld Boco who was a free agent after leaving Plymouth Argyle.
Boco played under Chesterfield boss Paul Cook at Sligo Rovers and Accrington Stanley.
Chesterfield's success in this seasons League 2 will be celebrated with a civic reception in the town.
The team finished top of the League as well as reaching the Johnson's Paint Trophy final.
An open top bus tour will be followed by a reception at the Town Hall balcony.
Chesterfield have taken the title as champions of League 2, following a 2 - 1 win over Fleetwood.
The title had been up for grabs on the final day, but Scunthorpe United were held to a 2 - 2 draw with York City.
All three of our teams could be playing in League 1 next season, should York make their way up, through the play-offs.
The party will be in Chesterfield tonight though, thanks to two second half goals securing the points, and securing the league title.
On Sunday thousands of Chesterfield fans will descend on Wembley as the club attempts to regain a trophy they won two years ago.
The Spirites will take on Peterborough in the Johnstones Paint trophy final looking for a repeat of their 2-0 win over Swindon back in 2012:
Chesterfield have been knocked off tthe top of League Two after going down two-one at Plymouth. Ritchie Humphries scored the Spireites' goal.
Rochdale leap-frogged Chesterfield after a three-nil win tonight at Northampton.
Dan Gardner sparked a four-goal first-half outburst as Chesterfield went two points clear at the top of Sky Bet League Two with a 4-1 win over Cheltenham.
The hosts were blown away by four goals in eight first-half minutes, with Gardner opening the floodgates after 22 minutes before Eoin Doyle (23), Oliver Banks (26) and Liam Cooper (29) also netted.
Byron Harrison replied in the 57th minute, but the Spireites were home and hosed by then.
The win took Chesterfield two points clear of second-placed Scunthorpe, who could only draw 1-1 with Bristol Rovers.
Chesterfield are once again on the threshold of a trip to Wembley in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.
It will be the second time in three years that the Spirites have made it to the home of English football and with the club 3-1 up from the first leg at Fleetwood Town 2 weeks ago excitement is building.
Manager Paul Cook says despite being ahead in the tie, they are not getting complacent:
Tickets for see Sir Tom Jones perform at Chesterfield's Proact Stadium this summer go on general sale today.
The chart-topper, who is currently one of the judges on TV's The Voice talent show, is performing at the home of Chesterfield FC on Saturday June 7.
Club chairman Dave Allen said: "I am absolutely delighted that we have secured the booking of the one and only Tom Jones.
"He is without doubt one of the world's best acts. For over five decades he's been at the very top of the tree, playing to packed audiences all over the world."
Tom's appearance follows a concert by Sir Elton John who attracted an audience of around 15,000 to the stadium in 2012.
Best known for hits such as It's Not Unusual, Kiss, Delilah and Green, Green Grass of Home, Tom was knighted in 2006.