The FAI has postponed the publication of its annual accounts.
The association last night said it was postponing the announcement until Friday morning to ensure they were signed off on today.
The association has found itself in a storm of controversy over its governance and finances since it emerged former CEO John Delaney gave it a €100,000 bridging loan from his own pocket in 2017.
State funding to the association has been suspended in the months since.
Last week, a forensic audit of the association’s accounts was referred to Gardaí.
Tomorrow’s announcement is expected to include details of the severance package paid to former CEO John Delaney.
The association was thrown into further turmoil earlier this week the former head of Athletics Ireland John Foley stepped down as interim CEO on the day he was supposed to take up the position.
FAI vice President Paul Cooke has since taken the role.
Yesterday, Three Ireland confirmed it would not be renewing its sponsorship deal with the association which ends in July next year.
In a statement the company, which has sponsored the association for a decade, said it was focusing its sponsorship on music moving forward.