'Rampant, systematic, deep-rooted'The US justice department said 14 individuals were under investigation worldwide, including high-ranking Fifa officials, for allegedly accepting bribes and kickbacks worth $150m (£97m) over a 24-year period. They include:
Jeffrey Webb - head of the confederation for North and Central America and the Caribbean, Concacaf, and Fifa vice-president
Jack Warner, former Fifa vice-president and former Concacaf president
Costa Rica's national football chief Eduardo Li, who was due to join Fifa's executive committee on Friday
Uruguay's Eugenio Figueredo, president of South American football governing body Conmebol
Brazil's Jose Maria Marin, a member of Fifa's club committee
Seven of those under investigation were arrested in a police operation at a five-star hotel in Zurich earlier on Wednesday.
"The indictment alleges corruption that is rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted both abroad and here in the United States," said US Attorney General Loretta Lynch.