FIFA executive committee members Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii have formally appealed against the suspensions imposed on them following allegations of corruption
Nigeria's Adamu was given a three year ban by football's governing body after he was caught looking to take bribes from British undercover reporters.
Temarii of Tahiti was cleared of corruption but received a one-year ban for breaching confidentiality rules.
FIFA Independent Appeals Committee will hear their cases.
Temarii last week claimed to have received a letter from FIFA last month in which he was "cleared [of] all corruption allegations".
"The ethics committee have accused me of breaching Fifa confidentiality and loyalty, with which I totally disagree," he said.
"I hope a meeting, possibly next month, will see Fifa's appeals committee realise I have not breached any articles within the code of ethics, nor did have the intention to."
Adamu hopes to be exonerated within weeks, clearing him to stand for re-election ahead of the Confederation for African Football (CAF) annual assembly on February 23rd in Sudan, where two of its four delegates will be put forward to FIFA's 24-man committee.