The Football Association has fined 10 Premier League and Football League clubs and warned nine others for their poor discipline during 2006/07.
Ten clubs were fined over their disciplinary problems last season
Blackburn, Millwall, Chester and Barnet all had suspended fines hanging over them from the 2005/06 season.
But the FA ruled that the quartet had "failed to show an acceptable improvement in their record" last term.
Bolton, Leeds, West Brom, Huddersfield, Accrington and Wycombe were fined, with part of the punishment suspended.
Letters of warning were sent to Chelsea, West Ham, Wigan, Ipswich, Queens Park Rangers, Swindon, Brentford, Bradford and Macclesfield.
The FA punishments in full:
Blackburn: Fined £100,000 (including £70,000 suspended from 2005/06), with a further fine of £50,000 in place for the 2007/08 season.
Millwall: Fined £30,000 (including £20,000 suspended from 2005/06), with a suspended fine of £30,000 in place for 2007/08.
Chester: Fined £13,000 (including £10,000 suspended from 2005/06), with a suspended fine of £10,000 in place for 2007/08.
Barnet: Suspended fine of £5,000 from 2005/06 invoked, with a further £5,000 carried forward to 2007/08.
Bolton: Fined £20,000 (with a further £40,000 suspended)
Leeds: Fined £15,000 (£30,000 suspended)
West Brom: Fined £10,000 (£30,000 suspended)
Huddersfield: Fined £7,500 (£20,000 suspended)
Accrington: Fined £50,000 (£5,000 suspended)
Wycombe: Fined £5,000 (£5,000 suspended)