The Spanish football federation have removed secretary general Andreu Camps and vowed to create a 'safe environment' after the women's squad ended their boycott.
Spain's World Cup winning team agreed to end their boycott after the Spanish FA said it would make "immediate and profound changes" to its structure, although two players - Patri Guijarro and Mapi Len - opted to leave the training camp.
The government had intervened, guaranteeing the players they would not be sanctioned for refusing call-ups to the national team and the remaining players stayed in camp after being picked by Montse Tome, the new head coach, against their will on Monday.
The players had said they would not represent Spain until there were further changes at the federation, deepening a crisis that started after Luis Rubiales, the head of the Spanish federation at the time, kissed Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the awards ceremony following Spain's Women's World Cup title in Australia last month.
Meetings ended at nearly 5am on Wednesday, but the RFEF appeared to clarify the "profound changes" and also "dispensed with the services" of its general secretary Camps.
A lengthy statement read: "The RFEF is aware of the absolute need to start a new stage and close the institutional crisis that opened after the national victory in the World Cup.
"The Federation wants to show its support to all the internationals who are going through these unwanted circumstances; and reiterates its apologies for what happened after the World Cup victory to each of them and, in particular, to Jenni Hermoso, immersed in a situation that she did not create. We will always support them.
"It is important to point out, given the events of the last few hours, that at no time has itRead on m.allfootballapp.com