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2 61 ST FIFA CONGRESS Zurich, Switzerland CONTENTS Minutes 1 32 Procès-verbal Acta Protokoll Annexe Fédération Internationale de Football Association President: Secretary General: Joseph S. Blatter Jérôme Valcke Address: FIFA-Strasse 20 P.O. Box 8044 Zurich Switzerland Telephone: +41-(0) Telefax: +41-(0) Internet: 1

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4 MINUTES AGENDA 61 ST FIFA CONGRESS ZURICH Tuesday, 31 May Wednesday, 1 June Welcome 2. Roll call and declaration that the Congress has been convened and composed in compliance with the Statutes 3. Appointment of scrutineers 4. Suspension or expulsion of a member 4.1 For discussion: the Football Association of Brunei Darussalam 4.2 For discussion: the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina 5. Approval of the agenda 6. Appointment of five members to check the minutes 7. Vote on approval of minutes 60 th FIFA Congress Johannesburg, South Africa, 9 and 10 June President s address 9. Activity Report (separate booklet) 9.1 Activity Report Next FIFA events FIFA World Cup Brazil 10. Finance (separate booklet) 10.1 Consolidated financial statements for Consolidated financial statements for the four-year period 10.3 Auditors report to the Congress 10.4 Report by the chairman of the Internal Audit Committee 10.5 Vote on approval of consolidated financial statements for 2010 and for the four-year period 10.6 Detailed budget for Vote on approval of 2012 budget 10.8 Appointment of the auditors for the four-year period 11. Strategic and sports-political matters 11.1 Update on decisions passed at 2010 Congress Early warning system Eligibility to play for club teams (cf ) FIFA transfer matching system and protection of minors In-depth reform of FIFA s players agents system 11.2 Participation of clubs in the benefits of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa 11.3 Medical matters 11.4 FIFA Task Force Football Football for Hope 11.6 Zero Tolerance 3

5 12. Vote on proposals for amendments to the FIFA Statutes, Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes and Standing Orders of the Congress 12.1 FIFA Statutes Players (art. 5 of the FIFA Statutes) Suspension (art. 14 par. 1 of the FIFA Statutes) Internal Audit Committee (art. 34 par. 1 (b) and 2 and art. 36 of the FIFA Statutes) International matches (art. 73, of the FIFA Statutes) 12.2 Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes International matches (deletion of art of the Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes) Proposal submitted by the United Arab Emirates Football Association 13. Discussion of proposals submitted by the members and the Executive Committee within the periods stipulated in art. 25 par. 1 of the FIFA Statutes 14. Election of the President 15. Installation of the Vice-Presidents and members of the Executive Committee 16. Next Congresses 62 nd FIFA Congress in Budapest, Hungary on 24 and 25 May rd FIFA Congress in Mauritius on 30 and 31 May President s closing remarks 4

6 MINUTES PRESENT FIFA Executive Committee President Joseph S. Blatter (Switzerland) Senior Vice-President Julio H. Grondona (Argentina) Vice-Presidents Issa Hayatou (Cameroon) Ángel María Villar Llona (Spain) Michel Platini (France) Geoff Thompson (England) David Chung (Papua New Guinea) Members Dr Michel D Hooghe (Belgium) Ricardo Terra Teixeira (Brazil) Senes Erzik (Turkey) Worawi Makudi (Thailand) Dr Nicolás Leoz (Paraguay) Junji Ogura (Japan) Marios Lefkaritis (Cyprus) Jacques Anouma (Côte d Ivoire) Franz Beckenbauer (Germany) Rafael Salguero (Guatemala) Hany Abo Rida (Egypt) Vitaliy Mutko (Russia) Mohamed Raouraoua (Algeria) Secretary General Jérôme Valcke (France) Guests of Honour President of the Swiss Confederation Micheline Calmy-Rey (at the Opening Ceremony) Jürg Trachsel (President of the Cantonal Council of Zurich) Mayor of Zurich Corine Mauch (at the Opening Ceremony) President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Jacques Rogge (at the Opening Ceremony) International Olympic Committee Executive Board Members René Fasel and Denis Oswald President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) John Fahey Director General of the World Anti-Doping Agency David Howman Secretary General of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) Matthieu Reeb President of the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) Bertrand Reeb and General Secretary Vincent Schatzmann Representatives of the European Professional Football Leagues, FIFPro, the International Handball Federation and the International Basketball Federation President of the Swiss Football Association Peter Gilliéron FIFA Ambassadors Holders of the FIFA Order of Merit Honorary President Dr João Havelange (Brazil) Honorary Members György Szepesi (Hungary) León Londoño Tamayo (Colombia) Dr Viacheslav Koloskov (Russia) Dr Ferdinand Hidalgo (Ecuador) Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder (Germany) Representatives from the confederations AFC: Hafez Ibrahim Al Medlej CAF: Almamy Kabele Camara Hicham El Amrani Maryse Namour Appolinaire Ngangue Amr Shaheen CONCACAF: Ariel Alberto Alvarado Carrasco John Collins Theodore Howard Angenie Kanhai Mario R. Monterrosa Tabarini 5

7 CONMEBOL: Francisco Acosta Espinosa Eduardo Carlos Deluca Eugenio Figueredo Aguerre Juan Ángel Napout Barreto Romer Osuna Añez OFC: Martin Alufurai Lee Harmon Lambert Maltock Tai Grant Nicholas Muhammad S. Sahu Khan UEFA: Patrick Blatter Giovanni Vincenzo Infantino Kevin François Joseph Lamour Theodore Theodoridis Pascal Torres EXCUSED Vice-President Dr Chung Mong Joon (Korea Republic) Honorary Vice-President Lennart Johansson (Sweden) Honorary Members Necdet Cobanli (Turkey) Tan Sri Datuk Seri Haji Hamzah (Malaysia) Sir Arthur George (Australia) Poul Hyldgaard (Denmark) PROVISIONALLY SUSPENDED Jack A. Warner (Trinidad and Tobago) Mohamed bin Hammam (Qatar) 6

8 MINUTES Opening Ceremony Hallenstadion, Zurich 31 May to The evening began with a rendition of Franz Lambert s FIFA anthem and a parade of the flags representing the organisation s 208 member associations, followed by a performance by Alan Šulc, a 21-year-old juggler from the Czech Republic. Master of Ceremonies Melanie Winiger, a former Miss Switzerland, then welcomed the guests and delegates to Zurich before introducing President Joseph S. Blatter to officially open the Congress. President Joseph S. Blatter The President extended his own welcome to the guests and delegates, in particular the President of the Swiss Confederation, Micheline Calmy-Rey, the Mayor of Zurich, Corine Mauch, the President of the Cantonal Council of Zurich, Jürg Trachsel, ministers and secretaries of state, ministers of sport, members of diplomatic corps, representatives from the world of sport, including the IOC, WADA, CAS and player, club and league associations, Honorary President Dr João Havelange, the Honorary Members and Order of Merit holders, the FIFA Ambassadors, the members of the Executive Committee and the member associations. In his speech, he noted that the world today was troubled by both man-made and natural disasters, such as those in Haiti, Chile, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. While he had hitherto believed that football could play a unifying role whereby people all over the world, including those on the margins of society, could play together in a spirit of fair play, respect and discipline, he now observed with sadness that this was no longer the case and that the football pyramid was shaking on its foundations. Danger was lurking, and he would speak further on the subject of this danger and how to fight it at the Congress the following day, in order to safeguard football s unifying role in the future. He added that the game of football should be respected by all because it belonged to everyone and that it was everyone s duty to protect it and that he was sure that this would be done. In closing, he wished all those present an evening of friendship, solidarity and relaxation and declared the 61 st FIFA Congress officially open. ******* Award-winning Swiss folk musician Nicolas Senn played a set of modern and traditional tunes on the hammered dulcimer. ******* The Master of Ceremonies then said a few words about the visual theme of the 61 st FIFA Congress, silhouette art, before introducing the Mayor of Zurich, Corine Mauch. Mayor of Zurich Corine Mauch Ms Mauch began by saying how proud the city and people of Zurich were of the fact that Zurich had been home to the world s most significant sports federation since 1932, thus making Zurich the global capital of football. For its part, the city of Zurich supported FIFA in every respect, providing ample infrastructure for FIFA s headquarters, committee meetings and Congress. She went on to say that football was a world-embracing success story, and that no other sport could match the commercial importance of football, adding that universal enthusiasm for the game was still on the rise, particularly thanks to FIFA s efforts over past years to promote the women s game and football in Africa, Asia and 7

9 North America. Furthermore, she said that the values embraced by FIFA, such as fairness, tolerance, equal treatment regardless of origin, religion or gender and FIFA s commitment to corporate social responsibility were universal and wholeheartedly shared by the people of Zurich. In order to strengthen those values in the future, she said that she was glad to receive signals from FIFA that reforms would be undertaken. In closing, she said she hoped that the delegates would be able to sense the warmth of the city s welcome and would enjoy their stay in Zurich. ******* Twenty young dancers from five different nations performed a piece put together exclusively for the Opening Ceremony by the internationally renowned choreographer Jonathan Huor. ******* President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge Mr Rogge first of all congratulated FIFA on an excellent World Cup in South Africa, at which he had witnessed first-hand the great organisation and wonderful enthusiasm of the South African people. The tournament had truly been a milestone for major international sports events. For many years the World Cup and the Olympic Games had enjoyed a complementary and synergistic relationship. By holding these events in the same countries within a few years of each other, as had been the case in Mexico in 1968 and 1970, Germany in 1972 and 1974 and the USA in 1994 and 1996, the IOC and FIFA had learnt a great deal from each other about how to organise unforgettable sporting competitions. With the World Cup in Brazil just three short years away, he said he was confident that Brazil would host a great and memorable World Cup and that FIFA s experiences would benefit the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. For the sake of the international sports community, he said that it was imperative that FIFA and the IOC continued to build on their already very strong ties. He noted that FIFA played a key role in the Olympic movement and that FIFA and the IOC collaborated on a number of important issues around the world, all for the betterment of sport. For example, the organisations work together in the fight against doping in conjunction with WADA had been particularly successful and more recently, positive inroads had been made in their collaboration to combat illegal and irregular betting activities. Furthermore, FIFA and the IOC s combined efforts with the European Union in particular to secure a legal basis for sport in the Lisbon Treaty had been equally meaningful. He went on to say that football continued to be important for the Olympic Games and that the IOC was pleased with the current format of the football competition at the Olympic and Youth Olympic Games. Finally, speaking as a true lover of football rather than as President of the IOC, he remarked that FIFA was facing similar allegations and controversies to those faced by the IOC in the case of Salt Lake City, but that as a result of this ordeal, the IOC had ultimately emerged stronger from within. He closed his speech by expressing his confidence that after dealing with its problems, FIFA would also emerge stronger from within. ******* The multi-talented international artist Grace Jones performed a 20-minute set. ******* 8

10 MINUTES President of the Swiss Confederation Micheline Calmy-Rey Ms Calmy-Rey said that it was an honour to attend the opening of the Congress in Zurich. She commented that what she appreciated above all about football was that it relied on both the individual and the group, in that each player must keep his or her position to avoid putting the team at a disadvantage and nothing would be possible without the commitment of each and every member of the team. To win, individualism must be accompanied by consideration towards team-mates and taking the collective into account. She then remarked that football had become an instrument of integration and for teaching tolerance. She noted that international sporting competitions were a highly effective weapon against prejudice and helped to promote multiculturalism, thanks also to football stars becoming ambassadors for global causes. She added that none of this would have been possible without FIFA s work to promote football on a global level through its slogan Develop the game, touch the world and build a better future, and in particular congratulated FIFA on taking the World Cup to South Africa and ensuring that the entire continent shared in the benefits. She went on to say that FIFA had built a better future for millions of underprivileged people, rebuilding damaged infrastructure and offering help to people, especially young people and children. In particular, she mentioned FIFA s commitment to building a stadium in Palestine to enable the Palestinian Football Association to play home matches, and the friendly match between Turkey and Armenia in the presence of the presidents of both countries to celebrate the signature of the Protocol of Zurich, which had been the result of Switzerland s mediation with a view to normalising relations between the two nations. Ms Calmy-Rey also mentioned the vital importance of respecting the opponent and the decisions of the referee, adding that if sportsmen and women learned to look at themselves, they would learn to respect others. She said that she placed a high value on the principle of fair play cultivated on football pitches, as such an example was necessary for our society, which sometimes sought to progress by placing too much emphasis on individualism. Turning to women s football, she expressed her pleasure at the increasing popularity of women s football and the FIFA Women s World Cup, and said that she was especially keen to see women on the FIFA Executive Committee one day. As home to numerous international sports federations, she noted that Switzerland was particularly interested in combating illegal behaviour in relation to actions on the field or by associations at all levels. Furthermore, she expressed the conviction that FIFA would take the criticism and allegations of tolerating corruption and of a lack of transparency seriously. She stated that while it was imperative to examine these claims with the necessary diligence and to take measures to reform FIFA s governance, it was even more imperative that FIFA served as an example to young people, member associations and the public in general. She said that she considered it essential to re-establish full confidence in the organisation and its operations, that the age of catenaccio was over and that it was time for courageous offensive in the field of transparency. This, she said, was a question of credibility and integrity but also of the success of common objectives, such as respect, tolerance and teamwork. In closing, she remarked that Switzerland was very attached to FIFA and that she hoped that FIFA s 9

11 Swiss environment would help to give it energy to overcome the challenges that it faced. ******* The award-winning breakdancing troupe The Flying Steps provided the next artistic highlight, accompanied by the 20 dancers and Liz Schneider alias White Cello. The Opening Ceremony was then closed with a grand finale in which Grace Jones performed together with all the other artists who had featured in the show. ******* 61 st FIFA Congress Hallenstadion, Zurich 1 June to The Secretary General welcomed the guests and delegates to the second day of the Congress before proceeding to test the e-voting system. He then handed over to the President. ******* A video entitled Build a better future was shown. 1. Welcome ******* The President handed over to the President of the Swiss Football Association to open the second day of the Congress. President of the Swiss Football Association Peter Gilliéron After extending his own welcome to those present, Peter Gilliéron said that he would like to believe that it was no coincidence that Switzerland was home to 50 other sports federations besides FIFA, including UEFA and the IOC, as this was due to the country s skill at creating a safe, prosperous and productive climate out of social, cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity. Switzerland had made tremendous efforts to achieve integration, tolerance and living diversity, which had been rewarded with the biggest success in Swiss footballing history when the U-17s won the World Cup in Nigeria in 2009 with a team in which half the players had dual nationality. This showed the power and success that football could create when respect, tolerance and fair play came together. After expressing his conviction that the Swiss climate based on friendship, tolerance and trust would prove fruitful for maintaining contacts and sharing the delegates love of football, he closed by wishing everyone a good Congress at which respect and fair play would be the winners. Mr Gilliéron was then presented with a commemorative pennant by the President. President Joseph S. Blatter The President began by greeting the delegates from the 208 FIFA member associations, Honorary President Dr João Havelange, the representatives of the IOC, WADA, CIES, CAS and the players, clubs and leagues, the political representatives and members of the diplomatic services, the members of the Executive Committee and representatives of the six confederations, the Honorary Members and holders of the Order of Merit, the representatives of FIFA s commercial partners, media representatives, guests, friends and fans. After highlighting the key messages that FIFA had received in the speeches given at the Opening Ceremony, he likened FIFA to a ship in troubled waters, which needed to be set back on the right course. He added that as captain of FIFA, it was his responsibility to do this, but that this would only be possible with the help of the 208 member associations, who as the Congress were FIFA s legislative and decision-making body. He said 10

12 MINUTES that he was certain that FIFA could solve all of its problems internally by creating new control and governance bodies and by strengthening those bodies that already existed. In closing, he echoed Mr Gilliéron s appeal for respect, discipline, fair play, unity, solidarity and trust. IN MEMORIAM The President then led a minute s silence in tribute to the members of the global football family who had sadly passed away since the 2010 Congress in Johannesburg: Jörg Berger (Germany) former coach Mohamed Mzali (Tunisia) International Olympic Committee (IOC) member since 1965 Valdemar Carabina (Brazil) former international player Stjepan Bobek (former Yugoslavia) Yugoslavia s all-time record marksman Yuri Shishlov (Russia) FC Luch Energiya coach Tchangai Massamasso (Togo) former international player Pedro Dellacha (Argentina) former player Abdoulaye Mohamed (Benin) former player Diego Rodríguez (Uruguay) former player Andrei Timoshenko (Russia) former player Orvin Cabrera (Honduras) player Deszo Bundzsak (Hungary) former player Rolf Blattmann (Switzerland) former referee Fernando Riera (Chile) former national team coach Sylvia Kelaletswe (Botswana) former FIFA women s referee Agustín Domínguez (Spain) Former General Secretary of the RFEF Eddie Baily (England) former player, Tottenham Hotspur Juan Carlos Arteche (Spain) former player, Racing Santander and Atletico Madrid Malcolm Allison (England) former coach, Manchester City Mel Hopkins (England) former player, Tottenham Hotspur Rodrigo José da Silva (Brazil) former player Mustapha Anane (Algeria) former player, JS Kabylie Seven football fans (Kenya) and others injured Nairobi, match between AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia Bretislav Dolejsi (Czech Republic) former player John Benson (Scotland) former player and coach, Manchester City Fred Blankemeijer (Netherlands) former player Illi Savu (Romania) former player Nena (Brazil) former international player Valentin Ivakin (Russia) former player Imre Satori (Hungary) former player 11

13 Adama Dierma (Burkina Faso) former association Vice-President Ramos Delgado (Argentina) former player Giuseppe Taranto (Brazil) FC Santos Shamil Burziyev (Russia) former player Imre Mathesz (Hungary) former player René Hauss (France) former player Federico Vairo (Argentina) former player Téclaire Bille Esono (Equatorial Guinea) former player Enzo Bearzot (Italy) former coach Avi Cohen (Israel) former player Frans de Munck (Netherlands) former goalkeeper Coen Moulijn (Netherlands) former player Richard Butcher (England) player died at the age of 29 Gideon Njoku (Nigeria) former player Wilfried Gerhardt (Germany) former General Secretary of the DFB Alcides Vicente Silveira (Uruguay) former player Dali Benoît (Côte d Ivoire) former international player Jordi Vila (Spain) former international player Ernesto Ledesma (Uruguay) former player Dr Helmut Beyer (Germany) former President, Borussia Mönchengladbach Dean Richards (England) former player died at the age of 36 Abdi Salaan Mohamed Ali (Somalia) player Maurice Guigue (France) former referee Isaac David Sasso Sasso (Costa Rica) former Executive Committee member and member of various FIFA committees Ján Popluhár (Czech Republic) former international player Ernest Vaast (France) former international player Jean Daniel Eboué (Cameroon) former international player Sidney Colônia Cunha (Brazil) former international player Olubayo Adefemi (Nigeria) 25-year-old international player, died in a car accident Willie O Neill (Scotland) former player, Celtic FC Lidio Toledo (Brazil) former member of the FIFA Medical Committee Jason Smith (Bermuda) player, died in a shooting Randy Robinson (Bermuda) player, died in a shooting Ernst Weber (Austria) coach of women s senior national team and a number of male and female youth teams 12

14 MINUTES Ladislav Novák (Czech Republic) former international player George Lamptey (Ghana) former international player Ernest Walker (Scotland) former member of various FIFA Committees Nasser Hejazi (Iran) former international player Shigeo Yaegashi (Japan) former international player Badou Jasseh (Gambia) referee and CAF instructor... and numerous other members of the international football family. 2. Roll call and declaration that the Congress has been convened and composed in compliance with the Statutes The Secretary General then proceeded to call the roll in English alphabetical order. All 208 members were present (see annexe on page 133) The following associations were not entitled to vote due to insufficient football activity: - Brunei Darussalam - São Tomé e Príncipe Therefore, 206 member associations were entitled to vote at the Congress. The President declared that the Congress had been convened and composed in accordance with the Statutes. 3. Appointment of scrutineers The following two members were proposed to distribute and count voting papers issued for the election of the President: Austria and Congo DR. This proposal was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 196 votes in favour 4 votes against The following three members were proposed to examine the functioning of the electronic voting system: Bangladesh, Ghana and Grenada. This proposal was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 192 votes in favour 6 votes against Finally, the following eight members were proposed to count the hand voting: Bhutan, Canada, Cyprus, Egypt, Mauritius, Myanmar, New Zealand and Paraguay. This proposal was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 190 votes in favour 7 votes against The scrutineers duly confirmed that they accepted their tasks. 4. Suspension or expulsion of a member 4.1 For discussion: the Football Association of Brunei Darussalam The President informed the Congress that the Executive Committee had lifted the suspension on the Football Association of Brunei Darussalam following the re-registration of the association as the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam and the approval of new statutes in line with FIFA requirements. 13

15 4.2 For discussion: the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Furthermore, the President mentioned that the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FFBH) had been suspended, but thanks to FIFA and UEFA s intervention, which had resulted in the adoption of new statutes, the suspension had been lifted by the FIFA and UEFA Executive Committees. 5. Approval of the agenda The Secretary General gave the floor to the chairman of The Football Association (The FA), David Bernstein, who asked for a postponement of agenda point 14, Election of the President, arguing that the election had become a onehorse race due to recent negative issues and that a postponement would allow an additional candidate or candidates to stand and compete in an open and fair election, thus giving the winner proper credibility over the next four years. Further requests to speak were then granted to the presidents of the member associations of Haiti, Congo DR, Benin, Cyprus and Fiji, who expressed their opposition to The FA s proposal. The President of the Haitian Football Association, Yves Jean- Bart, acknowledged that FIFA was in a difficult situation but said that to postpone the election would only accentuate the instability and give an impression of weakness. He therefore advocated maintaining the agenda and giving the President a clear mandate to start the necessary reforms, as this would send out a clear signal that FIFA was strong and able to resolve its problems. He also emphasised that the problems were due to FIFA s tremendous growth and should be resolved internally, giving more power to the member associations. The President of the Congo DR Football Association, Selemani Omari, added that it was perfectly democratic to re-elect the President unopposed and that the fact that there was a single candidate was not a bad thing; on the contrary, it indicated that the incumbent had done a good job, that the members retained their confidence in him and did not consider it appropriate to oppose his candidature. The President of the Benin Football Association, Moucharafou Anjorin, described England s proposal as contrary to FIFA s interests, as it would expose FIFA to the world, accused England of often creating opposition at elections and questioned their motives for doing so. The President of the Cyprus Football Association, Costakis Koutsokoumnis, said that what FIFA needed was a strong mandate to eliminate the problems it was facing and the will to change things from within. He added that postponing the election would leave FIFA headless and prevent it from taking the necessary decisions and moving forward, and that instead, President Blatter should be trusted to present FIFA with a valid programme for resolving any problems that the football family not third parties deemed there to exist. The President of the Fiji Football Association, Muhammad Sahu Khan, declared that it would be unconstitutional to postpone the election, as there was no basis for doing so in the Statutes, which stated that the President must be elected at the Ordinary Congress in the year following the FIFA World Cup, and that if the Congress were to thus commit a breach of the Statutes, it would be difficult in the future to insist on compliance with the Statutes at member association level. Furthermore, he said that he failed to understand what purpose would be served by taking such a step. 14

16 MINUTES The proposal to alter item 14 of the agenda in order to postpone the election was put to the vote and rejected with the following result: 17 votes in favour 172 votes against The agenda was then put to the vote as distributed and approved with the following result: 198 votes in favour 4 votes against 6. Appointment of five members to check the minutes The following five members were proposed to check the Congress minutes in accordance with art. 25 par. 2(d) of the Statutes: Germany, India, New Caledonia, Paraguay and the USA. This proposal was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 189 votes in favour 7 votes against 7. Vote on approval of minutes The proposal to approve the minutes of the 60 th FIFA Congress held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 9 and 10 June 2010, in compliance with art. 25 par. 2(g) of the Statutes, was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 200 votes in favour 2 votes against ******* A video was shown entitled The beautiful game and its development. ******* 8. President s address The President began his address by noting that in recent months, the world had witnessed the collapse of global economic and political systems and discovered how difficult the rebuilding process was. He then remarked that FIFA also faced a major challenge and that he was sure that the football family would overcome it together. He acknowledged that FIFA and the President himself had received a number of blows, and that while mistakes had been made, FIFA would learn from them and that to a certain extent it could even be said to have been good to receive a warning so as to be able to focus on problems and solutions. In this, he said that he was prepared to face public condemnation in order to serve football. In view of the difficult period FIFA was going through, he underlined the need for a leader who was ready for the challenge of introducing the necessary reforms and taking radical decisions. Amid all the calls for greater transparency, he remarked that FIFA was already the most transparent of all sports organisations in terms of finance due to its implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and that the game was also transparent, as evinced by the fair play on display at the 2011 UEFA Champions League final. In addition, the FIFA Task Force Football 2014 had been set up to analyse the state of the game and suggest possible improvements. With regard to the transparency of FIFA s governance and decisionmaking, he highlighted the existing instruments, namely the Disciplinary Committee, which was responsible for matters on the pitch, and the Ethics Committee, which was responsible for matters off it. He went on to say that if these 15

17 instruments proved to be insufficient, it would be necessary to either strengthen them or create something new. The President attributed football s problems to the popularity of the World Cup and its economic, social, cultural and political value, with the award of the hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups having unleashed a wave of accusations and criticism which remained ongoing. In the face of this criticism, he said it was necessary to act and proposed as the first of his reforms that the decision on the hosting rights for the World Cup be taken by the Congress on the basis of a shortlist drawn up by the Executive Committee. Secondly, to strengthen and professionalise the Ethics Committee as an independent body, he proposed that the members of said committee be elected by the Congress. Thirdly, he proposed setting up a corporate governance and compliance committee, a committee of solutions composed of members from inside FIFA, who would thoroughly investigate any criticism of or accusations against FIFA, gather evidence and propose solutions to the Executive Committee and the Congress. He said that, if necessary, an Extraordinary Congress could even be convened, as immediate action was required because the credibility and reputation of the entire football family was at stake. He said that he hoped that the Congress had been able to follow the course that he was charting in order to build a better future, emphasising that football belongs to all, but that it was FIFA s responsibility to protect it through the creation of instruments such as those envisaged in his proposals. He also highlighted the importance of communication to ensure that the world received news of all of the good that FIFA does. As the captain of the FIFA ship, he said he felt confident that he could take it out of the troubled waters in which it currently found itself and into a safe harbour, where the football pyramid could be rebuilt on the foundation of the member associations, thus restoring FIFA s credibility. In closing, he highlighted the importance of discipline, respect, fair play and promoting these elements in society at large. 9. Activity Report 9.1 Activity Report 2010 The Secretary General then presented to the Congress the Activity Report for 2010, which had been structured around the three pillars of FIFA s mission to develop the game, touch the world and build a better future. He then reported on the highlights of 2010, namely the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, which had included the first-ever World Cup Kick-Off Concert in Soweto and International FIFA Fan Fests in six cities outside South Africa, FIFA s legacy for Africa (Win in Africa with Africa, pitches, courses, medical centres, IT equipment, the 2010 FIFA World Cup Legacy Trust), the FIFA U-17 and U-20 Women s World Cups in Trinidad and Tobago and Germany, respectively, the FIFA Club World Cup and the FIFA Ballon d Or. With regard to development, he highlighted the Goal Programme, the new PERFORMANCE programme, the Win in initiatives, grassroots, refereeing, medical issues, Football for Hope (Football for Hope Festival in Alexandra, four Football for Hope Centres opened so far), the transfer matching system and the early warning system. 16

18 MINUTES In terms of marketing, TV and communications, he mentioned the FIFA Trophy Tour, which had visited 84 countries, and the award-winning media facilities at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. ******* A video was shown entitled The first FIFA World Cup on African soil. ******* The Activity Report 2010 was put to the vote and approved with the following result: 204 votes in favour 0 votes against 9.2 Next FIFA events The Secretary General presented a video on future events entitled The future FIFA World Cups FIFA World Cup Brazil The Secretary General presented the key dates in the run-up to the tournament and said that FIFA was working very well with the LOC and had the full support of the new President of Brazil in addressing the main problems such as airports, accommodation, transport and stadiums. He informed the Congress that the exact dates of the World Cup final competition would be decided at the next Organising Committee for the FIFA World Cup meeting on 29 July 2011 together with the Host Cities for the FIFA Confederations Cup Finance The chairman of the Finance Committee and Senior Vice-President Julio H. Grondona began by observing that at most congresses, whether of FIFA, the confederations or clubs, finance was the most important point on the agenda. However, since FIFA s finances were in very good health, they ceased to be an issue and people instead looked for other problems that were completely beside the point. He said that these problems normally always came from England, who upset the FIFA family, mostly with lies and supported by journalism which concerned itself with lying rather than telling the truth. He also suggested that England appeared to be resentful of how FIFA had changed during the presidencies of Dr João Havelange and Joseph S. Blatter, which had led to all the continents being represented in the sport, and called on this country to accept that we are living in a new era. He concluded his intervention on this subject by asking England to please leave the FIFA family alone; to say what they wanted to say, but only by speaking the truth and without upsetting the FIFA family. He then reported that FIFA could look back with pride upon the financial period, which had been very successful. Even as 2009 drew to a close, there had been signs that the four-year cycle would not only be a sporting success but also an economic one, but this had ultimately depended on the success of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, which had silenced all the critical voices, with virtually soldout stadiums, enabling FIFA to close the period with a result of USD 631 million and increase its reserves to USD 1,280 million. The result also meant that an extraordinary Financial Assistance Programme payment of USD 550,000 to each member association and USD 5 million to each confederation could be made, thus demonstrating that all members benefit from FIFA s financial success. In closing, he said that FIFA s remarkable success could be observed in two facts: firstly that FIFA s investment in football had increased by a factor of 57 since the

19 cycle, from USD 14 million to USD 794 million in Secondly, that FIFA had gone from having almost no reserves in 1998 to reserves of USD 1,280 million in Those figures spoke for themselves Consolidated financial statements for 2010 The Deputy Secretary General Markus Kattner informed the Congress that in 2010, FIFA had registered total revenue of USD 1,291 million and total expenses of USD 1,089 million, leading to a net annual result of USD 202 million. The main reasons for this good result had been the successful staging of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the commercial programme for FIFA s TV and marketing rights, and the continuous monitoring and control of FIFA s expenses. Looking at the revenue and expenses in more detail, he said that 91% of the revenue had resulted from FIFA events, including the 2010 FIFA World Cup and other FIFA events. The lion s share of the event-related revenue had been generated through the commercialisation of TV rights of USD 718 million and marketing rights of USD 343 million. Other operating income had totalled USD 58 million and financial income USD 54 million. On the expenditure side, USD 430 million or 39% had been spent on FIFA events. This included the 2010 FIFA World Cup and also the other FIFA events that took place in % of the expenses, or USD 335 million, related to FIFA development programmes. The remainder of USD 324 million consisted of football governance expenses of USD 58 million, exploitation of rights of USD 31 million, financial expenses of USD 40 million and operating expenses including personnel, depreciation, IT and new media of USD 195 million. Overall, 70% of the total funds had been directly reinvested into football in the form of events and development projects. Finally, he presented FIFA s balance sheet as at 31 December 2010, which showed total assets of USD 2,145 million, including current assets of USD 1,917 million and noncurrent assets of USD 228 million. On the other side, FIFA s current liabilities amounted to USD 848 million and non-current liabilities to USD 17 million. This had led to reserves of USD 1,280 million as at 31 December Consolidated financial statements for the four-year period Markus Kattner broke the presentation of the consolidated financial statements for the period down into four key messages. Firstly, he said that the cycle had been a great financial success, with total revenue of USD 4,189 million and total expenses of USD 3,558 million, producing an overall result of USD 631 million. He showed that revenue, expenses and the result had been relatively evenly distributed over the four years with a slight increase towards the World Cup year. The even distribution was due to the application of IFRS. Overall, FIFA s financial situation had been stable and solid throughout the entire cycle. He then informed the Congress that revenue had increased by 59% on the previous cycle, from USD 2,634 million to USD 4,189 million, thus underlining the tremendous value of the FIFA World Cup and reflecting the increasing attractiveness of association football. It also showed that the new commercial strategy had been proven to be very successful. Thanks to the higher revenue available, FIFA had also been able to invest more in the development of football. 18

20 MINUTES Moving on to the details of both revenue and expenses for the period, he reported that USD 3,890 million or 93% of the total revenue had come from FIFA s events, in particular from the sales of television and marketing rights, USD 172 million from operating income such as brand licensing or the film archive, and USD 127 million from financial income, in particular interest on assets and foreign currency gains. Overall, 87% of the total revenue related to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This showed that financially, FIFA was strongly dependent on the World Cup, which took place only once every four years. This illustrated the necessity for FIFA to build sufficient reserves to decrease its dependency on the World Cup. He continued by saying that of the total expenses, 48% or USD 1,713 million had been related to FIFA s events, including the World Cup and all other FIFA tournaments such as youth and women s competitions, futsal and beach soccer. USD 794 million or 22% had been invested in football development, and 30% or USD 1,051 million had consisted of other items such as operating expenses, football governance, exploitation of rights and financial expenses. Overall, it was important to note that 70% of the total expenses had been reinvested into football in the form of tournaments and development. Markus Kattner then presented the budget comparison for the period. On the revenue side, there had been an overrun of USD 605 million, which had meant that the actual revenue had been USD 605 million higher than the revenue budget. This was due to the fact that the sale of TV and marketing rights had been more successful than expected. In addition, it also showed that FIFA had not been negatively affected by the financial crisis and that FIFA s foreign currency hedging measures had proved to be effective. On the expenses side, there had been an overspend of USD 105 million which, however, had been compensated by the additional revenue earned. The overrun was due to a slight cost overrun for the 2010 FIFA World Cup of 3% and additional investments for football development. Overall, it could be concluded that costs for the period were clearly under control. Secondly, Markus Kattner reported that FIFA had invested USD 794 million in the development of football, its highest ever. This consisted of: USD 209 million for the Financial Assistance Programme USD 144 million for an extraordinary financial assistance payment that was given to all member associations and confederations thanks to the financial success of the 2010 FIFA World Cup USD 120 million for the Goal Programme USD 60 million as a financial contribution to the six confederations USD 71 million for the Win in Africa with Africa initiative USD 53 million for other Win in initiatives on a worldwide level USD 137 million for other development projects, including the Refereeing Assistance Programme, Football for Hope, Football for Health and additional projects such as courses Thirdly, he told the Congress that FIFA had strengthened its reserves to USD 1,280 million. Referring to the development of FIFA s reserves from 1997 to 2010, he said that starting with a very low, sometimes even negative level in the late 1990s, FIFA s reserves had continuously strengthened from 19

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