Infantino has intensified UEFA’s work to provide a sustainable environment for European football, through initiatives such as Financial Fair Play, improved commercial support to national associations of all sizes and the development of UEFA’s competitions at every level of the game. 2. Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, 40-year-old Jordanian royal, is the President of the Jordan Footbal Association and founder and president of the West Asian Football Federation. 3. Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa, 50 years old, is the Asian Football Confederation president and FIFA vice-president. 4. Jerome Champagne, who worked for FIFA for 11 years as an executive and now is a consultant in international football. 5. Tokyo Sexwale, a 62-year old South African who spent time imprisoned on Robben Island with Nelson Mandela, also a former government minister. Currently is a member of FIFA’s anti-discrimination task force.