Ex-federation president ruled unfit to hold job in Spanish soccer for 3 years after kissing player

Luis Rubiales kissing Jenni Hermoso

Luis Rubiales has been ruled unfit to hold any position in Spanish soccer for the next three years.

Rubiales was found to have kissed female player Jenni Hermoso without her consent following Spain's victory in the Women's World Cup final.

Jenni Hermoso looking uncomfortable

Luis Rubiales apologizing

The Spanish Football Federation's Integrity Committee found that Rubiales' actions were a breach of conduct and a violation of the RFEF's code of ethics.

Luis Rubiales leaving the RFEF headquarter

Rubiales has been banned from holding any position in Spanish soccer for three years, including coaching, managing, or working in any administrative role.

protest against Luis Rubiale

– Rubiales' actions sparked widespread public outrage, with many calling for his resignation.

damaged RFEF logo

– The incident has damaged the reputation of the RFEF and Spanish soccer as a whole.

group of women protesting against sexual harassment

– The incident has also led to calls for greater awareness of sexual harassment and misconduct in sports.

Luis Rubiales shaking hands with Jenni Hermoso

Rubiales has apologized for his actions and said that he has learned from his mistakes.