The U.S. Department of Justice announced indictments of 14 FIFA executives and associates on corruption charges on Wednesday.
The indictment was unsealed in a federal court in Brooklyn where U.S. attorney general Loretta Lynch spoke about $150 million in bribes and kickbacks executives received in an effort to score media and marketing rights to international soccer tournaments, including the 2010 World Cup.
Indicted officials include CONCACAF president and FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb, former CONCACAF president Jack Warner, and former President of the Uruguayan Football Association and former Vice President of CONMEBOL, Eugenio Figueredo.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter was not indicted.
Read the full 161-page indictment here: