The FA found Kieran Trippier guilty of four of the seven alleged violations of his betting regulations.
Kieran TrippierA ten-day ban on violating betting rules is in force around the world, FIFA confirmed.
The World Governing Body has received notification of the sentence imposed England i Atletico Madrid defender by the Football Association and announced that it will be conducted throughout the match.
The FA found Trippier guilty of four of the seven alleged betting violations. It all happened in July 2019, around the time the 30-year-old with 20 million pounds transferred from Tottenham to Atletico.
On Wednesday, he was banned from any football and football activities until 28 February and fined £ 70,000.
A FIFA statement read: “At the request of the English FA, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee has extended the sanction imposed on player Kieran Trippier to have a global impact.
“The decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Board was notified to the relevant confederation and member associations yesterday (Wednesday).”
Former Burnley right-back Trippier has denied all seven charges against him, first filed in May. Three were released after a personal hearing in October, but the other four were proven.
The FA released details of the sanction on Wednesday with full written reasons to be released in due course.
The suspension will give Trippier at least 14 games for Atletico, the current leaders of LaLiga, including the first game of their last Champions League match against Chelsea on 23 February.
Neither Trippier nor Atletico commented.