Giovanni Vincenzo "Gianni" Infantino was born into the world in 23rd March 1970 in Brig, Switzerland. He is a Swiss–Italian football head and the current leader of FIFA. He was chosen President of FIFA during the 2016 FIFA Extraordinary Congress on 26 February 2016. He was reappointed as FIFA President on 5 June 2019. On 10 January 2020 he was chosen an individual from the International Olympic Committee. He is a child of Italian migrant guardians from Calabria and Lombardy. He examined law at the University of Fribourg. He is conversant in Italian, Spanish, French, and German. Infantino likewise communicates in English, Portuguese and Arabic. Infantino is hitched to Lebanese Leena Al Ashqar; the couple have four youngsters (Alessia, Sabrina, Shanïa Serena and Dhalia Nora). He is a fanatic of the Italian club Inter Milan.
Infantino filled in as the Secretary General of the International Center for Sports Studies (CIES) at the University of Neuchâtel. Gianni Infantino began working with the UEFA in August 2000, and was delegated as the Director of UEFA's Legal Affairs and Club Licensing Division in January 2004. He became Deputy General Secretary of UEFA in 2007, and Secretary General of UEFA in October 2009. During his time there, UEFA presented Financial Fair Play and worked on business backing to more modest public affiliations. Infantino was an individual from FIFA's Reform Committee. On 26 October 2015, he got the sponsorship of the UEFA Executive Committee to represent the situation of president in the 2016 FIFA Extraordinary Congress. Around the same time, he affirmed his bid and presented the necessary revelations of help. He vowed to extend the FIFA World Cup to forty groups.
On 26 February 2016, he was chosen FIFA President for a time of three years. Swiss man Infantino holds double citizenship through his folks. With his political race, he turned into the main Italian to hold the Presidency of FIFA. Infantino was embroiled in the FIFA debasement embarrassment in records delivered in the 2016 Panama Papers. They show that UEFA attempted arrangements with arraigned figures where already they had denied any relationship. Infantino has expressed he is "alarmed" at the reports and that he has never actually managed the gatherings in question. In July 2016, Infantino was suspected to have broken the FIFA code of morals, and was met by the investigatory office of the FIFA Ethics Committee. In July 2020 further charges emerged when Infantino was blamed for having a mysterious gathering with Michael Lauber, the Attorney General of Switzerland. Lauber offered to leave after a court said he concealed the gathering and deceived bosses during an examination by his office into defilement encompassing FIFA. Infantino reacted to the charge by guarding himself guaranteeing "To meet with the head legal officer of Switzerland is totally real and it's completely lawful. It's no infringement of anything."