After Controversial Year, Gianni Infantino Re-Elected FIFA President
Gianni Infantino was re-elected as president of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) during its 73rd Congress in Kigali, Rwanda.
Unopposed in his candidacy, Infantino promised record revenues of $11 billion in the next four-year cycle, alongside more football and improved regulations.
During this period, FIFA has seen its reserves climb from 1 to 4 billion and a record $7.5 billion in revenue pre-COVID-19.
In addition, Infantino proposed introducing a salary cap for improved transparency and governance within transfers.
Although there have been controversies surrounding the treatment of migrant workers ahead of the 2022 World Cup and opposing views on the expansion of men’s World Cup tournaments, FIFA continues to make progress towards better-supporting players with increased funds and access to competition.
As this was Infantino’s second term as elected president, he may run one final time in four years if he so wishes.
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