Two officials and one player have been slapped with an indefinite ban from the game following their roles in match-fixing, while another has been banned provisionally
Two Armenian officials have been banned indefinitely by the international governing body for their involvement in attempting to fix a Europa League tie in July.
Inter Turku's clash with Vikingur was determined to have been compromised by referee Andranik Arsenyan and his assistant Hovhannes Avagyan, who admitted their involvement in a hearing with the Armenian Football Federation.
Fifa has also slapped Estonian player Elvis Liivamagi with a life-long ban from the game, a sanction which was initially handed down by his own federation earlier this month after being found guilty of match-fixing domestically.
Meanwhile, Lebanese referee Ali Sabbagh has been handed a provisional ban by the governing body until the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) conducts its own investigation into the official.
Sabbagh was convicted of match-fixing after it emerged he accepted sexual favours in return for manipulating certain matches, resulting in a six-month prison sentence in Singapore.