The Asian Football Confederation had previously banned Sabbagh from refereeing and attending stadiums this month.
FIFA also extended 10-year bans on Sabbagh’s assistants, Ali Eid and Abdallah Taleb, to apply globally. In another similar case, FIFA applied a worldwide 14-year-ban on former Slovakia international Ivan Hodur for his involvement in the fixing of top-tier league matches. FIFA also confirmed a 25-year-ban for former DAC 1904 player Marian Dirnbach and an 18-year ban for current player Tomas Huber.
FIFA provisionally suspended English semi-professional players Hakeem Adelakun and Michael Boateng, who are facing criminal prosecution, and an unidentified El Salvador national team player.