PORT Adelaide is investigating a complaint alleging a spectator racially vilified Richmond defender Bachar Houli during Sunday's elimination final at Adelaide Oval.
The Power and police are seeking more details on the case, with Channel Seven reporting the alleged abuse came from a fan on the scoreboard hill.
Houli, who was born in Australia to Lebanese parents, was allegedly told he was a terrorist.
A practicing Muslim, Houli launched the Bachar Houli Cup three years ago to allow Islamic based students an opportunity to participate in an Australian football competition.
The 26-year-old is a multicultural ambassador for the AFL.
Port Adelaide released a spectator code of conduct in June reinforcing its commitment to creating a safe, comfortable and exciting game-day experience for all members and supporters.
"The club will not tolerate vilification or unruly behaviour of any form and reserves the right to revoke memberships or casual game-day tickets should any offence be committed and should a situation warranting a ban arise," the club said in a statement on Tuesday night.
Port Adelaide urges anyone with more information relating to Sunday’s alleged incident to contact the club.