A member of Fifa's executive committee has admitted selling World Cup tickets at three times their face value.
Bhamjee was a long-standing Fifa executive committee member
Ismail Bhamjee of Botswana has been ordered to leave Germany as soon as possible and resign from all his Fifa World Cup duties.
He signed a statement admitting selling 12 tickets for England's match against Trinidad & Tobago for 300 euros each.
"I am disappointed about the conduct of a member of the executive committee," said Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
"In such a situation, Fifa acts immediately and firmly."
Bhamjee apologised for his actions and in his statement he added: "I deeply regret this incorrect act and apologise to FIFA for violating the relevant terms and conditions governing the sale of tickets for the 2006 FIFA World Cup."