FIFA has decided to suspend President Sepp Blatter, Secretary-General Jerome Valcke and Vice President Michel Platini for 90 days.
The sanctions were issued by FIFA’s ethics committee, which is investigating the three on corruption charges.
He also banned former FIFA vice-president Chung Mong-jun for six years.
Isa Hayatou, who heads the African Football Confederation (CAF), will act as FIFA president during Sepp Blatter’s ban.
Spaniard Angel Maria Villar is expected to play the same role at UEFA, the governing body of European football, while Michel Platini has been removed.
Both Chung Mong-jun and Michel Platini were hoping to replace Sepp Blatter when he stepped down as president in February 2016.
“The reasons for these decisions are the investigations carried out by the Committee of Inquiry of the Ethics Committee.” said in a statement FIFA.
At that time, Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Michel Platini were banned from all football activities. They deny any violations.
Earlier this year, US authorities filed charges against 14 FIFA officials and associates on charges of bribery and racketeering. A simultaneous Swiss investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has begun.
Michel Platini and South Korean billionaire Chung Mong-jun, who was also fined 100,000 Swiss francs by the ethics committee, were two of the leading candidates to replace Sepp Blatter in February.