FIFA has banned former Spanish Football Federation President Luis Rubiales from all football-related activities for three years.
The governing body found Mr Rubiales breached article 13 of FIFA's disciplinary code after he grabbed player Jenni Hermoso and kissed her on the lips.
The ban applies to national and international events.
Mr Rubiales denies any wrongdoing and can request the verdict within 10 days and then file an appeal to FIFA.
He resigned as the Spanish federation president and a UEFA vice president on September 10th and was suspended from football on August 26th for 90 days.
The former football president remains under criminal investigation in Spain as Ms Hermoso said the kiss was not consensual.
“I felt vulnerable and a victim of an impulse-driven, sexist, out of place act without any consent on my part,” she said in a statement on Twitter.
Spanish state prosecutors later accused the former FA president of sexual assault and coercion.
They alleged Mr Rubiales tried to convince Ms Hermoso and her relatives to publicly downplay the kiss.
Ms Hermoso made her return to international football yesterday, when she appeared as a substitute in Spain's win against Italy.
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) previously said it supported Mr Rubiales against “lies”.
“The RFEF and Mr President will demonstrate each of the lies that are spread either by someone on behalf of the player or, if applicable, by the player herself,” it said in a statement.