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Giovanni Vincenzo "Gianni" Infantino is a Swiss–Italian football administrator and the current president of FIFA. He was elected President of FIFA during the 2016 FIFA Extraordinary Congress on 26 February 2016.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has tested positive for coronavirus, the apex body of soccer said in a statement on Tuesday.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino described as "impressive" preparations for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 during a whistle-stop tour of the country this week.
Zurich, July 31 FIFA chief Gianni Infantino has said that he remains at the disposal of the Swiss ...
Bureau of the FIFA Council on Wednesday approved the USD 1.5 billion COVID-19 relief plan regulations which will support all 211 FIFA member associations and the six confederations to assist in the alleviation of the financial impact of the pandemic.
Zurich, July 29 FIFA has ratified a relief plan for football communities and national associations around the world ...
FIFA will distribute USD 150 million to member associations over the next few days as the first step of a relief plan to assist the football community impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc all across the globe, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said it is not worth putting at risk any human life for any game, competition or league.
(IANS) The coronavirus outbreak has not only brought the world to a standstill, but also sporting events across the world have either been cancelled or suspended and that holds true for football matches also. But FIFA President Gianni Infantino is confident of coming back stronger.
India captain Sunil Chhetri has been picked by FIFA along with 28 past and present football icons to spread an awareness campaign to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
FIFA has decided to delay the inaugural edition of the revamped Club World Cup, which was scheduled to be played next year, in order to organise the Euro 2020 Championship and the Copa America, which now stands postponed to June/July, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.