In a joint statement issued this morning several fan groups have called for supporters to join another protest tomorrow night.
The first protest last Monday attracted thousands of people who wanted to voice their frustration with the club's owner Ken Anderson.
Now organisers are calling for a repeat performance.
The statement reads:
"Last Monday, we asked you to take part in a protest against owner Ken Anderson before the game against West Bromwich Albion.
We asked you to voice your discontent by agreeing to meet at the Nat Lofthouse memorial statue from 7pm, before embarking upon a lap of the University of Bolton Stadium where other like-minded fans could freely join the march.
It was absolutely incredible to see the amount of fellow fans that turned out for the protest, with an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 in attendance.
We acknowledge there were unsavoury moments from a minority, but the actions of individuals are not reflective of a pre-planned protest which otherwise brought a great deal of exposure to our famous club.
We are now asking you again to join us outside the ground - same time, same place, on Tuesday night - for another peaceful protest prior to the match against Reading."