Coatbridge-based Albion Rovers, who play in the SPF Second Division, faces a loss in revenue over the coming weeks following the blaze in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are still investigating the cause of the fire and say it is too early to say whether it was set deliberately.
But the club is sure vandals are to blame.
The Cafe Bar at the North Lanarkshire club was seriously damaged internally and it is not yet known whether it is possible to repair it.
The adjacent Main Stand at Cliftonhill Stadium was not damaged in the fire, to which police and fire crews were called at around 12.40am.
Rovers chairman John Devlin said: "Entry was forced and whoever broke in set the fire. The inside of the kiosk is very badly damaged and we don't know yet what can be done.
"Certainly it will not be in use for this Saturday's home game against Peterhead.
"We've had problems with vandalism before, people breaking in and damaging chairs or spray painting.
"But nothing on this scale before now.
"We need the local community to help identify who did this and eventually, once the investigations have been completed, we'll need local tradesmen to lend a hand to fix the kiosk.
"We don't have a budget for things like this and we operate on a very tight budget generally.
"The community has always rallied round us in the past and we are calling on them to do the same this time."
A spokesman for the fire service said three appliances were called to the stadium at 12.40am and the fire was extinguished.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "Police are working with the fire service to establish whether or not this was a wilful fire raising incident."