BBC:-FIFA has fined all four home nations for displaying poppies during World Cup qualifiers around Armistice Day.
England and Scotland players wore armbands featuring the symbol when they met at Wembley on November 11.
Wales and Northern Ireland’s respective games featured displays on the pitch or in the stands to mark the event.
England’s Football Association will appeal against the fine of 45,000 Swiss francs (£35,311), with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland yet to decide.
Scotland and Wales were both fined 20,000 Sfr (£15,694), and Northern Ireland 15,000 Sfr (£11,770).
A Scottish FA (SFA) spokesman confirmed discussions between the home nations have already taken place and an official appeal is likely to be lodged early in the new year.
FIFA disciplinary committee chairman Claudio Sulser said he “fully respected” the commemorations but stressed the rules “need to be applied to all member associations”.
“The display, among others, of any political or religious symbol is strictly prohibited,” he added.
“In the stadium and on the pitch, there is only room for sport, nothing else.”
Sports Minister Tracey Crouch described FIFA’s decision as “disappointing”.
According to the rule-making International Football Association Board (IFAB), players cannot wear “political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images”.
But both England and Scotland players wore armbands featuring the poppy symbol during England’s 3-0 win.