"The board asks the administration to terminate the cooperation with FIFA as soon as circumstances allow," the Center said in a statement on Monday.
The Oslo-based organization added that its board asked the administration of the Center to begin a dialogue with the Norwegian Football Association for a future Handshake for Peace initiative.
The Nobel Peace Center is a museum founded in 2005, devoted to the story of the Nobel Peace Prize and its founder Alfred Nobel, along with information about prize-winners and their groundbreaking work. The Center's board is appointed by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
FIFA is in the midst of a large-scale corruption scandal following late-May US Department of Justice charges against 14 people — including nine senior FIFA officials – for money laundering, wire fraud and racketeering.
The scandal led to the resignation of long-standing FIFA president Sepp Blatter on June 2, four days after he was re-elected for a fifth term.