Police have begun a review of evidence gathered by The Telegraph to determine whether there was any criminal activity involved.
The newspaper's investigation into football corruption sent shockwaves through the English game, with Sam Allardyce the most high-profile casualty after he was forced to step down from his role as England manager.
The Telegraph has now shared its findings with police, and the Football Association has confirmed that it will be unable to access the evidence until the police have completed their review.
"The FA today met with City of London police. The police confirmed that the Daily Telegraph has now shared all relevant materials with the police alone and that a review has begun to assess any potential criminal activity," read a statement from the FA.
"The FA awaits an update on this review at the earlier opportunity and will not be able to access the materials while this process is continuing.
"At the appropriate point, we are keen to ensure the releasing of materials from the Daily Telegraph is expedited in line with our repeated request for full disclosure."