West Ham have asked E20, which owns the club’s London Stadium home, to ensure there is a police presence in the ground after recent trouble.
The Hammers moved to the venue at the start of the season, but there have been unsavoury incidents involving their fans at the past three matches.
The club confirmed that 10 fans were ejected from the stadium during the 4-2 defeat by Watford on Saturday.
West Ham have also requested more experienced stewards.
Stewarding at the stadium is provided by LS185.
At the first Premier League match at the venue – against Bournemouth last month – some fans arrived with tickets for seats that did not exist, while fighting broke out between rival supporters outside the stadium.
Some of the disturbances are believed to be over persistent standing during matches and West Ham confirmed they had received seven complaints about standing following Saturday’s game against Watford.