The Court of Arbitration for Sports rejected the appeal filed by former FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who was suspended by the organization for six years for breaching its code of ethics.

The CAS resolution confirms the decision taken on Feb. 16, 2016 by the FIFA appeals committee, so Blatter is still banned from taking part in any soccer-related activity for six years from Oct. 8, 2015, and must pay a fine of 50,000 Swiss francs ($49,500).

The court stated that Blatter asked for the annulment of his punishment and not a possible reduction, which CAS considered disproportionate as the Swiss official breached the FIFA code of ethics for a payment made in 2011 to the then UEFA president Michel Platini.

According to the FIFA ethics committee, the agreement had no legal basis and both men were banned for eight years, a punishment that was later reduced to six years by the appeal committee for Blatter.