UEFA Presidents will be limited to 12 years in charge after the organisation’s Executive Committee unanimously approved a set of governance reforms at a meeting in Nyon in Switzerland today.
UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin has fired a warning to FIFA counterpart Gianni Infantino over the expansion of the World Cup, demanding the European organisation be given “at least” 16 of the 48 places at the tournament.
UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin claims there is “no rational or legal reason” why Russia should be stripped of the 2018 World Cup following evidence of state-sponsored doping published in the second part of the McLaren Report.
Liam Morgan: Can the little-known Slovenian lawyer elected to replace Michel Platini restore UEFA's tarnished reputation?
It was out with the old and in with the new earlier this week as little-known Slovenian lawyer Aleksander Čeferin replaced the disgraced Michel Platini as President of UEFA.
Slovenia's Aleksander Čeferin was today elected the new President of UEFA to replace the disgraced Michel Platini.
Čeferin pushes further ahead of Van Praag in race for UEFA Presidency as Congress prepares for vote in Athens
Football Association of Slovenia head Aleksander Čeferin has emerged as an even stronger favourite for the UEFA Presidency on the eve of the vote at the organisation’s Congress, with reports claiming he has the support of 40 of the 55 Member Associations.
Michel Platini has been given permission to address UEFA’s Congress on Wednesday (September 14), despite the Frenchman currently serving a four-year ban from all football activity.
Football Association of Slovenia President Aleksander Čeferin, Dutch Football Association boss Michael van Praag and FIFA vice-president Angel Maria Villar have all passed eligibility checks and are able to stand for the top job at UEFA, European football’s governing body has confirmed.
Football Association of Slovenia President Aleksander Čeferin, Dutch Football Association boss Michael van Praag and FIFA vice-president Angel Maria Villar are the three confirmed candidates for the UEFA Presidency ahead of tomorrow's deadline.
Football Association of Slovenia (NZS) President Aleksander Čeferin has officially entered the race for the UEFA Presidency and immediately called for reforms to be implemented similar to those which have come into force within FIFA.