About FIFA Security
The FIFA Security Division is responsible for matters related to the integrity and protection of the game.
FIFA's administration is carried out by the General Secretariat, which employs some 350 staff members at the Home of FIFA in Zurich, Switzerland.
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    FIFA is firmly committed to the principles of good governance, transparency and zero tolerance towards any wrongdoing – whether it is in sporting contests or any other context of association football. FIFA has adapted its structures and procedures in order to meet the evolving needs of the game’s governance and respond to the increasing complexity of its functions and operations.
    FIFA Disciplinary Code
    This sets out what constitutes a disciplinary infraction, the appropriate sanctions, which bodies should address the infraction and the procedure to...
    FIFA Code of Ethics
    On 6 October 2004, the FIFA Executive Committee approved a Code of Ethics drawn up by the Committee for Ethics and Fair Play in accordance with Art. 7...


    The supreme and legislative body of FIFA is the Congress, which is made up of all the member associations, with each getting one vote. The executive body is the Executive Committee, which is presided over by the FIFA President. The standing and ad-hoc committees advise and assist the Executive Committee in fulfilling its duties. Lastly, the General Secretariat is the administrative body (Art. 21 of the Statutes).