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Fifa, Concacaf, Conmebol to receive further $92m compensation from DoJ corruption probe

A Fifa logo next to the entrance during part I of the Fifa Council Meeting( Photo by Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images)

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has announced an additional distribution of around $92m (€88m) in compensation for losses suffered by Fifa, Concacaf and Conmebol as part of the investigation which found they were victims of corruption carried out by former officials.

The DoJ added that “various constituent national soccer federations” would benefit from the funds, which were remitted following its recognition of losses and grant of remission up to a total of $201m in August 2021.

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