Germany does not want a boycott of soccer's World Cup tournament, the president of the German Football Association (DFB) Wolfgang Niersbach told Reuters on Tuesday.
"We don't want to go down that route of a boycott - that won't accomplish anything," Niersbach said in an interview.
"We don't want to get into a situation like with boxing where there are several parallel associations. That doesn't work."
Following Sepp Blatter's re-election as FIFA president last week, the English Football Association's chairman Greg Dyke said his organisation would support any boycott led by UEFA, the sport's European federation.
Chief Executive of the Irish Football Association John Delaney has admitted Fifa paid the organisation to avoid a legal case.
FIFA has said that Julio Grondona, who died last year, authorised a $10m payment that is at the heart of the bribery scandal.
Prince William outlined a "huge disconnect between the sense of fair play" and "allegations of corruption" within Fifa.