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List of presidents of FIFA

The following is a list of presidents of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the world association football governing body.

Presidents Daniel Burley Woolfall, Rodolphe Seeldrayers and Arthur Drewry died during their term in office.

The current acting president is Cameroonian Issa Hayatou after the suspension of Sepp Blatter on 8 October 2015.[1]

List of presidents

Presidency President Date of birth Date of death Took office Left office Time in office Nationality
1 Robert Guérin 28 June 1876 19 March 1952 (aged 75) 22 May 1904 4 June 1906 2 years  France
2 Daniel Burley Woolfall 15 June 1852 24 October 1918 (aged 66) 4 June 1906 24 October 1918 12 years  England
3 Jules Rimet 14 October 1873 16 October 1956 (aged 83) 1921 1954 33 years  France
4 Rodolphe Seeldrayers 16 December 1876 7 October 1955 (aged 78) 1954 7 October 1955 1 year  Belgium
5 Arthur Drewry 3 March 1891 25 March 1961 (aged 70) 1955 25 March 1961 6 years  England
6 Stanley Rous 25 April 1895 18 July 1986 (aged 91) 1961 8 May 1974 13 years  England
7 João Havelange 8 May 1916 (age 99) Living 8 May 1974 8 June 1998 24 years  Brazil
8 Sepp Blatter 10 March 1936 (age 79) Living 8 June 1998 8 October 2015 (suspended) 17 years   Switzerland
Acting - Issa Hayatou 9 August 1946 (age 69) Living 8 October 2015 - -  Cameroon

Timeline

References

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