Spain's football federation has sacked General Secretary Andreu Camps and apologised for what happened after the Women's World Cup final.

"RFEF understands the full need to embark on new steps and close the institutional crisis that began after the national team's World Cup victory," the federation said.

Previously, most players agreed to stop boycotting the national team.

Players began boycotting after then-RFEF president Luis Rubiales kissed attacker Jenni Hermoso following Spain's win over England in the Women's World Cup final on August 20, 2023.

It also apologized for putting players in unwanted situations and especially to Hermoso for getting into an environment he didn't expect.

"We understand that players need to feel that the federation is their home, a safe environment where they can showcase their professionalism and sporting excellence while showing affection to represent Spain," the RFEF said in a statement.
Apart from Camps' departure, Reuters citing an RFEF source, has reported between six to nine officials will be terminated as part of a deal with players.