The WADA Compliance Evaluation Committee (CRC) had proposed several sanctions for the Russian Anti-Doping Agency's (RUSADA) failure to cooperate fully during probation in Russian sport.
WADA's Executive Committee decided to uphold the recommendations at a meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland on Monday.
RUSADA now has 21 days to accept the decision or send the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
If the decision is given, the decision means that Russia will not be able to compete in next year's Tokyo Olympic Games. Soccer's world governing body FIFA did not immediately respond to CNN's request for confirmation of how WADA's ruling could potentially affect Russia's involvement in the qualification process in 2022.