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30 Jul 2020
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28 Nov 2019
FIFA President Gianni Infantino arrives in Lubumbashi to attend the 80th-anniversary celebrations of the football club Tout Puissant Mazembe.
20 Nov 2019
FIFA President Gianni Infantino meets with Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado, during a trip to the Central American country to study the possibility of Costa Rica and Panama co-hosting the U20 Women's World Cup. During a press conference, Infantino also said that he "never again" wants to see the corruption scandals that shook the world of football in recent years.
10 Sep 2019
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to discuss preparations for the 2026 World Cup as well as bringing equality to the women's game.
5 Jun 2019
Gianni Infantino has been reelected president of FIFA, after running unopposed. He said that the organization has been transformed into being "synonymous with credibility."
29 Aug 2018
FIFA President Gianni Infantino presented President Trump with his very own red card during a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
15 Jul 2018
The World Cup has helped changed people's view of Russia, FIFA President Gianni Infantino told an audience at an event in Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre on Saturday, standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin.
29 Jun 2018
Russian president Vladimir Putin and FIFA President Gianni Infantino each scored goals as they tried their soccer skills in Red Square on Thursday.
7 Jun 2018
Gianni Infantino says Russia will conduct a thorough security operation at the World Cup and tells would-be troublemakers to stay away.
28 Nov 2017
'A referee can stop a game or even abandon a game if there are discriminatory or racist incidences,' says FIFA President Gianni Infantino about the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia.
11 May 2017
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says that he wants to make the player transfer system 'transparent' and to stamp out violence and racism in the game.
25 Mar 2017
FIFA president Gianni Infantino defended his decision to raise the number of teams to qualify for the World Cup to 48.

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