The identities of the individuals who have been reported to the attorney general by FIFA have not been disclosed.
Eckert's findings released last week did name two people, both former FIFA ethics committee members, as having contravened rules: Jack Warner from Trinidad and Tobago, who resigned in disgrace in 2011, and Mohamed Bin Hammam, the former Asian confederation president from Qatar who was banned for life by FIFA.
FIFA said it could not disclose whether Warner and Bin Hammam were those who had been reported to the attorney general.
Eckert's findings had criticised the England 2018 bid for pandering to Warner's wishes but there is no suggestion the England bid has been reported to the Swiss prosecutors.
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The judge who will rule on the investigation into World Cup bidding has said the full report will not be published, despite numerous figures in football calling for it to be made public.
Hans-Joachim Eckert, head of the Fifa ethics committee adjudicatory chamber, said only selected parts of the report would be published to protect people's "personal rights".
The report's author, American attorney Michael Garcia, has said it should be published because Fifa needed to embrace transparency.
Several Fifa members, including Uefa president Michel Platini, have also called for publication.
But Eckert said that would not be possible.
In an interview on Fifa website he said: "We have to respect the personal rights of the people mentioned in the report, which in the case of full publication of the report would in all likelihood not be possible."
UEFA president Michel Platini has added his voice to calls for a secret report into World Cup bidding to be made public.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has rejected calls to publish the report by FIFA's independent investigator Michael Garcia - saying any decision is out of their hands and would threaten witness confidentiality.
Platini joins a number of fellow FIFA executive committee members including Northern Ireland's Jim Boyce - and Garcia himself - in calling for the report to be published.
The UEFA president said in a statement: "As long as the regulations of the FIFA code of ethics regarding the actual investigation are respected, I support the publishing of the Garcia report.
"I have no issue with the findings and recommendations of the report being made available to the public."
The decision to publish now rests German judge Hans-Joachim Eckert, who is considering the report and will announce his findings in November.
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