Vice president Angel Maria Villar Llona. The Spanish federation chief, 65, was fined 25,000 Swiss francs ($25,000) and warned in November for failing to cooperate with the probe by FIFA corruption investigator Michael Garcia into the award of the World Cups to Russia and Qatar.
Vice president Geoff Thompson. Stepped in to lead England’s failed bid for the 2018 World Cup after his predecessor made bribery allegations against Russia and Spain. Thompson left the FIFA executive in 2012.
Executive member Michel D’Hooghe of Belgium, 69, said he felt like a “murderer” after being investigated and cleared by FIFA’s ethics committee over the Russia and Qatar awards. Has been an executive member since 1988.
Executive member Ricardo Teixeira of Brazil, former son-in-law of ex-FIFA president Joao Havelange, was named in a Swiss prosecutors’ report as having taken millions of dollars from ISL. He resigned from the executive in 2012 and gave up as head of the Brazilian federation.
Executive member Mohamed bin Hammam played a key role in securing the World Cup for Qatar. But amid media allegations that he paid officials to get votes, bin Hammam was banned for life after leaving the FIFA executive in 2012.
Executive member Senes Erzik of Turkey, 73, left the FIFA leadership this year after 19 years.
CHARGED OVER BRIBES
Executive member Chuck Blazer, 70, is now ailing with cancer having given key evidence to US prosecutors on soccer corruption. The former CONCACAF and US Soccer Federation leader has admitted taking bribes and named several other suspects.
Executive member Worawi Mukadi of Thailand lost his FIFA seat in May and was suspended in October while an investigation is completed. The 63-year-old had faced accusations of misusing funds and was found guilty in July by a Thai court of forgery.
CHARGED OVER BRIBES
Executive member Nicolas Leoz of Paraguay, a former president of the South American confederation CONMEBOL, 87, faces extradition to the United States as part of the bribes inquiry. He is held under house arrest.
Executive member Junji Ogara left FIFA in 2011 as one of the most influential people in Asian soccer.
Executive member Marios Lefkaritis of Cyprus joined the FIFA body in 2007 and is also a UEFA member.
Executive member Jacques Anouma, head of the Ivory Coast federation, lost his FIFA seat in May and strongly denied any involvement in bribe-taking surrounding the World Cup bids.
Executive member Franz Beckenbauer left FIFA in 2011 but was suspended from soccer activities in October while he is investigated by FIFA. The German football legend has denied wrongdoing over his country’s campaign for the 2006 World Cup.