Former FIFA President, Sepp Blatter and vice president, Michel Platini, were found not guilty of the 2011 alleged fraud case, BBC reports on Friday.
The former football administrators were cleared from their allegations in a case that lasted for 11 days.
Blatter, 86 and Platini, 67 were allegedly charged with an unlawful transfer of two million Swiss francs ($2.19m; £1.6m) in 2011 as reported on BBC. Ever since then, they have been facing trial at a court in Bellinzona.
After the verdict, Platini, in his statement that was published on AP News , said that justice has finally come to stay.
“Following the decision of the judges of the Court of Bellinzona, this morning, I wanted to express my happiness for all my loved ones that justice has finally been done after seven years of lies and manipulation.
“The truth has come to light during this trial.”
“I kept saying it: my fight is a fight against injustice. I won a first game. In this case, there are culprits who did not appear during this trial. Let them count on me, we will meet again. Because I will not give up and I will go all the way in my quest for truth.”