The Polish Football Association has settled its dispute with its government that threatened its to cost it the right to co-host Euro 2012.
Fifa gave Poland a deadline of 1100 BST on Monday to reinstate their FA after it was suspended by the government, but FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said that Fifa will not impose any sanctions on Poland if the agreement comes into force on Tuesday.
“We have received letters and documents that there has been an agreement between the FA and the Polish government,” said Blatter.
“If this agreement comes into force tomorrow (Tuesday) it is sufficient for us. We will not impose any sanctions once the agreement comes into force.”
The arbitration tribunal of the Polish National Olympic Committee suspended the FA (PZPN) last week amid accusations of corruption.
But Fifa and Uefa refused to recognise the new structure and the Polish National Olympic Committee must now withdraw the temporary administrator.
The Polish government has agreed to end its administration of the PZPN and adhere to a “roadmap” set up following a similar row in 2007.
Uefa had threatened to take Euro 2012 away from Poland – co-hosts along with Ukraine – if it failed to reinstate its Football Association.
That remains a possibility as Fifa says it will continue to “closely monitor the situation at the Polish FA and the implementation of the measures established in the roadmap”.
The matter will be discussed at the next Fifa Executive Committee meeting on 23-24 October.