Juventus coach Antonio Conte
Juventus coach Antonio Conte has been banned for 10 months after an investigation into match-fixing claims.
Last year Conte, 43, led the club to the Serie A title in his first season in charge without losing a single game.
Conte was accused of failing to report alleged match-fixing involving former club Siena in the 2010-11 season.
After being questioned by police in May, Conte denied the claims and said he was "strongly determined to prove his total innocence".
Charges against Conte of direct involvement in match-fixing were dismissed last month, but the FIGC said it was satisfied he was aware it was taking place during his time with Siena.
Conte had a plea bargain deal rejected by the Italian federation (FIGC) earlier this month. He put forward a proposal which would have seen him serve a three-month suspension and pay a fine of 200,000 euros.
The federation has now confirmed the 10-month sanction.
Police had previously said Conte was being investigated on suspicion of sporting fraud and fraudulent association over allegations concerning a match between his Serie B side Siena and Novara in April 2011.
His assistant coach at Juve and formerly at Siena, Angelo Alessio, has also been banned for eight months, while former Lecce president Giovanni Semeraro and former Grosseto president Piero Camilli are facing longer suspensions.
Grosseto and Lecce have both been excluded from Serie B, the Italian second tier, for the 2012-13 season for their part in the scandal.
In May, police searched more than 30 homes, including those of players, trainers and administrators of clubs in Serie A, Serie B and lower divisions.
Lazio captain Stefano Mauri, 32, was held along with former Genoa midfielder Omar Milanetto, while officers visited Italy's pre-Euro 2012 training camp to question left-back Domenico Criscito, 25.
Five people were also arrested in Hungary on suspicion of being part of an illegal international betting ring.