Mandurah City face sanctions for raising ticket prices to cash in on former Scotland and Celtic star Leigh Griffiths playing for the club.
Griffiths will line up against Western Knights at GenesisCare Stadium on Saturday in the first of two home appearances.
Football West have reportedly warned the State League Division One club they face sanctions that could include a hefty fine and points deducted next season if they do not bring prices down from $20 to the $6 set under the governing body rules.
They are also charging $10 for under-16 entry.
Football West rules state students, pensioners or concession holders should be $4 with free entry for under-15s to the 1000 capacity stadium.
The price rise angered some fans and if the club insist on keeping prices high for their final game next Saturday against Dianella White Eagles, they could face further sanctions.
The club was contacted for comment on Friday.
Former Scottish international striker Griffiths, 32, is looking for a fresh start and told the club website he was “definitely” interested in a move to Australia.
“I always said, the last two or three years, that maybe it’s time to expand out of Scotland and try other avenues,” Griffiths said.
“Australia’s up and coming now with a lot of players moving over here to explore the league so yeah I’m looking forward to it.”
Head of Perth Glory recruitment Andy Keogh will watch Saturday’s game but it is understood Griffiths is not a priority on their wish list.
Griffiths was cleared by Scottish police last year after an investigation into allegations that he sent inappropriate messages to a teenaged girl.
He was also at the centre of another inquiry when he kicked a smoke bomb from the pitch into a stand housing St Johnstone supporters during a Premier Sports Cup match.
Griffiths, who was on loan with Dundee from Celtic, apologised, saying he had been removing it from the pitch.