Paraguay is ending the diplomatic immunity of the headquarters for South America's Conmebol football association, the latest fallout from the corruption scandal engulfing Fifa.
The senate voted to strip the offices in the capital Asuncion of the status, which prevents it being raided.
It is expected to be signed into law by President Horacio Cartes.
Top Conmebol officials are among those indicted in a US investigation into football's world governing body Fifa.
Two former Conmebol presidents, Eugenio Figueredo and Nicolas Leoz, have both been charged with corruption.
In other developments:
French prosecutors have announced a preliminary investigation into whether manslaughter charges should be brought over the Germanwings plane crash.
It is not clear exactly who any possible charges would target.
All 150 people on board, mostly from Spain and Germany, died in the crash in March.
Marseilles prosecutor Brice Robin said there was "no doubt" that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed the Airbus A320 in the French Alps.
Both Germanwings and Lufthansa have previously said that Lubitz, 27, had passed all fitness to fly tests.
Lufthansa has also acknowledged that it knew the co-pilot had suffered from severe depression in 2009 while training for his pilot's licence.