Referees could be given the power to lead players from the pitch and points could be deducted from offending teams under new Fifa anti-racism proposals.
The Anti-racism and discrimination taskforce, featuring English referee Howard Webb, and ex-Football Association chairman David Bernstein, will hold a meeting in Zurich today.
Stronger punishments for racial abuse and deterring repeat offenders are thought to be the hot topics.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has admitted fining a guilty player isn’t enough of a deterrent to stop future incidents of racist abuse.
He wants points deductions introduced, and has asked vice-president Jeffrey Webb to formulate sanctions as soon as possible
According to UEFA, the current sanctions for racism will be a ten-match ban and possible closure of the stadium in extreme cases.
The Football Association are looking at introducing their own disciplinary action for racism after being criticised for giving a lenient punishment to a guilty member previously.
FIFA will officially present the proposals at a FIFA Congress in Mauritius on 30-31 May.