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FIFA Disciplinary Code

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FIFA Disciplinary Code

The FIFA Disciplinary Code (FDC) is a set of codes and regulations promulgated by FIFA's judicial bodies which are composed by its "Disciplinary Committee" and its "Appeal Committee".

The FDC regulates almost all issues related to doping, corruption, arbitration, racism, stadium bans, etc... It also details the code of conduct of football's world governing body.

Committees

The FDC decisions and regulations engages the following FIFA committees:

See also

External links

  • Disciplinary Code from fifa.com (PDF)


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