Aleksander Ceferin re-elected UEFA president until 2027
Aleksandar Ceferin was re-elected as the President of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) on 6 April 2023.
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It was re-elected during UEFA's Ordinary Congress held in Lisbon, Portugal, and Ceferin was elected unopposed, meaning that there were no other candidates for the position.
He was first time elected as the seventh president of UEFA in 2016, succeeding Michel Platini.
Ceferin's new term will last for another four years (2027).
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) is responsible for governing association football, futsal and beach soccer in Europe.
UEFA is one of the six continental governing bodies in the world of football.
Apart from European countries, UEFA also regulates football in transcontinental countries such as Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Kazakhstan.
Some Asian countries such as Israel, Cyprus and Armenia also come under the rule of UEFA.
Establishment - 15 June 1954
Headquarters - Nyon, Switzerland
Speaker - Aleksander Ceferin
Parent organisation - FIFA
Subsidiary - UEFA Media Technologies SA
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