The Football Club can confirm that two males were ejected, and arrested by Kent Police, after it was brought to the attention of stewards that there had been allegations of racist and homophobic abuse.
Co-Chairman, and CEO, Paul Fisher said: "There is no place for such behaviour at Gillingham Football Club, nor anywhere in society.
"We have a zero tolerance approach at a family Football Club such as Gillingham."
The matter is now in the hands of Kent Police. The two individuals in question, if found guilty, will be issued with lifetime bans from MEMS Priestfield Stadium.