Infantino was re-elected for a second term during FIFA’s Congress, held in Paris on Wednesday.
Infantino, who has held the role since February 2016, will take charge of the world football governing body until 2023.
The 49-year old Swiss-Italian sportsman was elected without opposition during the annual FIFA congress being held in Paris.
During his statement at the congress, Infantino applauded the achievements of his first term, specifically for calming FIFA crisis when he took over for Sepp Blatter in 2016.
Infantino said that the football governing body has overcome crises, and has “gone from being toxic, [and] almost criminal, to being what it should be – an organization that develops football and is now synonymous with transparency, integrity.”
On the sidelines of the FIFA Congress, held on Wednesday, June 5 sports experts discussed the referee scandal during the Wydad Casablanca and Esperance Tunis second leg of the African Champions League final.