ROME, JUNE 26 -- FIFA, the governing body of international soccer, yesterday disqualified five World Cup players from their next international match, including two whose teams have advanced to the quarterfinals of the current tournament.

Ricardo Gomez of Brazil, one of those penalized, also was fined $16,050 for receiving a red card in Sunday's 1-0 loss to Argentina.

Nicola Berti of Italy, Jose Perdomo of Uruguay, Georghe Hagi of Romania and Pedro Monzon of Argentina saw the total of their fines climb to $8,025 each after they received their second yellow cards.

Berti will not be able to play in Saturday's Italy-Ireland quarterfinal. Monzon is disqualified from Argentina's quarterfinal match Saturday against Yugoslavia.

The federation also rejected a West German appeal to overturn the one-game suspension of Rudi Voeller for a red card he received in a 2-1 victory over the Netherlands Sunday. Voeller is barred from his team's quarterfinal meeting with Czechoslovakia Sunday. 247 Will Be Sent Home

English soccer fans were scheduled to be deported from Italy after they attacked Italians and fought police in the coastal town of Rimimi in the worst violence of the Cup, police said.

Rimini police chief Alessandro Fersini told Reuter that 247 fans were expected to be put on a special flight to London. He said they were being held at four separate police stations in the resort town after several hours of violence Monday night in which drunken English supporters fought fierce running battles with police.

The local force had to call in reinforcements from neighboring towns.

"I might have understood if it had been Italy against England in the World Cup, but this has nothing to do with football," Fersini said.

Police said none of the fans was charged and no Italians had been detained. Twenty persons, including four policemen, were injured and taken to a hospital.

The trouble erupted when about 100 English youths cramming the Rose and Crown pub on Rimini's seafront threw bottles, glasses and chairs at local youths celebrating Italy's 2-0 win over Uruguay.