As the Fifa president begins his third term, a look at some of his major moves.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino met with special prosecutors in Switzerland as part of their criminal investigation into his undisclosed meetings with the country's attorney general during a wider probe of football officials.
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Infantino had no election opponent and won by acclaim instead of a formal vote by the congress of 211 member federations whose basic annual funding from FIFA has risen from $250,000 to $2 million since his first win in 2016.
In an interview with German weekly Die Zeit released Wednesday, Blatter said that “what is happening at the moment is an overcommercialization of the game.”
The revenue of USD 7.5 billion earned in the last four years is 1 billion more than what FIFA made during the 2018 World Cup.
The governing body of football increased the size of the 2026 tournament for the second time — six years after the first — by approving a bigger group stage for the inaugural 48-team event.
The case was centered around a USD 2 million payment from FIFA to Michel Platini with Sepp Blatter's approval in 2011.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi was cleared again of a charge of incitement to commit criminal mismanagement for allowing Jerome Valcke to use a vacation home.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and vice-president Michel Platini have been accused of fraud. The verdicts are expected on July 8.
The trial is set to last 11 days and the three federal judges hearing the case are scheduled to deliver their verdict on July 8.
Once the most powerful man in the world of football, Sepp Blatter is facing charges of defrauding FIFA in a Swiss criminal court.
Sepp Blatter is due to be questioned Wednesday and Michel Platini one day later. Both are expected to give closing statements on June 22.
The criminal complaint was said to be filed on Nov. 17, two weeks after Michel Platini was indicted along with former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter on fraud charges.