Aleksander Ceferin, president of UEFA, will run for re-election in 2023

The governing body of European soccer said on Saturday that Aleksander Ceferin will run for a third term as president of UEFA when it hosts its congress in Portugal in 2019. Check out the complete details about it below.

Aleksander Ceferin, president of UEFA, will run for re-election in 2023

The information was released as UEFA convened with its member associations on Saturday in Frankfurt to debate the future of the men’s and women’s European Championships as well as the corresponding qualifying tournaments. UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin got the chance to take a moment to thank all 55 affiliations for their letters of support for the future elections that they have received in recent weeks, according to UEFA. He also officially announced that he will run for another term at the forthcoming UEFA Congress in Portugal in 2023.

Ceferin was chosen as UEFA’s seventh president in 2016 to succeed Michel Platini, who was expelled from soccer management in 2015 for ethical transgressions and was subsequently forced to leave the organisation in 2016 after losing his appeal against the expulsion.

2019 saw the reelection of Slovenian attorney Ceferin, who won without opposition to a fourth four-year term. In April 2021, some of Europe’s leading teams sought to establish a European Super League, which presented the 54-year-old with his largest task to yet. Ceferin urged soccer supporters, federations, and governments to resist the “disgraceful, self-serving idea” since the competition posed a direct danger to the Champions League, UEFA’s continental club championship.

UEFA’s opposition to FIFA’s intentions to have the World Cup in two years rather than every four years was also led by him.

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