The Qatari, who had a lifetime ban from the game overturned by CAS in July, was challenging a secondary sanction that prevented him being involved in national or international football matters for an initial period of 90 days.
The ban on Bin Hammam was designed to clear the way for the world governing body's ethics committee to fully investigate allegations of financial mismanagement and corruption pertaining to his time as president of the Asian Football Confederation.
Bin Hammam has claimed allegations against him are politically-motivated after he challenged the incumbent
A statement released on FIFA's website read: "The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has rejected the request for provisional and conservatory measures lodged by
UEFA says three protesters who caused a disturbance at an official dinner for European football's leaders in