The following is the timeline of events surrounding corruption scandals relating to FIFA

The following is the timeline of events surrounding corruption scandals relating to FIFA.
In December 2010, Russia got the 2018 World Cup and Qatar received the rights to host the World Cup in 2022.,
Then in February 2011, FIFA’s ethics committee kept three-year and one-year bans charged on Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii for violating FIFA’s code of ethics after a Sunday Times investigation in misconduct during the World Cup 2018 and 2022 bidding campaigns (
Following this, in May 2011, FIFA suspended Mohamed Bin Hammam and Jack Warner awaiting an investigation for the claims saying they were involved in offering financial motives to members of the Caribbean Football Union. Along with this, the team in charge of the Qatar 2022 bid deny being involved in any misconduct with their winning bid.
After allegations in May, in June 2011, Mohamed Bin Hammam was found guilty of bribery and was banned from all international and national football activity for life. Jack Warner was able to get out of investigation after stepping down from his position (
The following year, in July 2012, FIFA ordered a report into allegations of corruption in world football led by a former United States attorney and newly elected head of FIFA’S ethics committee, Michael Garcia.
Then a few years later, in June 2014, the Sunday Times reported that they received “hundreds of millions” of documents that prove that the former FIFA executive Mohamed Bin Hammam had made payments to football officials to get votes for Qatar.
Later that Summer in September 2014, Michael Garcia completed the 430-page report about the corruption allegations and he sent the document to FIFA (
In November 2014, Hans-Joachim Eckert, a chairman of FIFA’s independent ethics committee, made a 42-page summary of Michael Garcia’s investigation. FIFA files a criminal complaint with the Swiss attorney general over possible misconduct by certain people but insists the investigation into the bidding process for the two World Cups is concluded. Michael Garcia calls the summary “incomplete and erroneous” and launches an appeal against it.
The next month in December 2014, Michael Garcia lost his appeal against Hans-Joachim Eckert’s review of his report and forcing him to resign as FIFA’s independent ethics investigator, as he criticized FIFA’s lack of leadership and said that he cannot change the culture of the world governing body (
Then in May 2015, a total of seven FIFA officials were arrested in dawn raids at a hotel in Zurich. They were later charged by United States authorities along with two other FIFA officials and five corporate executives over allegations of racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracies over the span of 24 years. The Swiss authorities raided FIFA headquarters, gathering data and documents for their separate investigation about the allegations of criminal misconduct and money laundering in connection with the allocation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids. Along with this, a bomb threat is made at FIFA’s congress in Zurich, while two demonstrators were ejected.
Blatter is re-elected as FIFA president for a fifth term after his opposition, Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, withdrew during a second round of voting. Football Association vice-chairman David Gill rejected a place on FIFA’s executive committee under Blatter.
Finally, on June 2, 2015, a letter was seen by Press Association Sport revealing that the South African Football Association asked FIFA secretary general, Jerome Valcke, to authorize a ten million dollar payment to Warner to support football in the Caribbean. Along with this, Sepp Blatter officially announced his resignation as FIFA president (