Poland risked suspension from all competitions and losing the right to co-host Euro 2012 after they missed a Fifa deadline on Monday.
Fifa had demanded Poland reinstate their Football Association by 11am (BST) after it was suspended by the country’s government and replaced by an administrator.
Fifa said on Monday it had received new information but awaited a full report and Poland face being handed an automatic 3-0 defeat in their upcoming World Cup qualifier against the Czech Republic.
Uefa has threatened to take Euro 2012 away from Poland – co-hosts along with Ukraine – if it fails to reinstate its Football Association.
Poland’s arbitration tribunal suspended the FA (PZPN) last week and named an administrator after failing to address corruption issues. But neitehr Fifa and Uefa recognise the administrator appointed to run the country’s FA.
Uefa spokesman William Gaillard said on Friday: “The rules are clear. We offered Euro 2012 to the FA, not the government.
“So if the FA are not in place or suspended then they are not in a position to host the tournament.
“We are standing firm with Fifa. Our patience has limits and we are very close to the limit.
“If the FA is not reinstated by Monday’s deadline then we will have serious discussions about the future of Euro 2012 immediately. We will not wait any longer.”
Fifa has said it would ignore any correspondence from the new body as the sport’s world governing body’s statutes forbid government intervention in football affairs.
Last week both Poland and Ukraine were given a reprieve after a report criticised their lack of progress in preparing to hold Euro 2012.
“We gave Poland another chance and then there was this coup on Monday. It is very annoying,” stated Gaillard.
“We have done everything we can for Poland and Ukraine. We have bent over backwards to help them and this makes us very unhappy.”