Gabriele gravina was re-elected this Monday president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) until 2024, after winning the elections to Cosimo Sibilia with 73.45% of the votes, reported the body that manages transalpine football in an official statement.
Gravina He will continue to lead the FIGC, of which he has been president since 2018, when he was elected with 97.20% of the votes and ended the mandate of Commissioner Roberto Fabbricini.
Representatives of the Serie A League (First Division), Serie B League (Second Division), Lega Pro (Third category), Italian Footballers Association (AIC), the Italian Football Coaches Association (AIAC) and the Italian Referees Association (AIA).
Gravina, a businessman born in Castellaneta (Puglia, south) 67 years ago, respected at the beginning of the meeting a minute of silence in honor of the victims of the coronavirus and then received a message from the president of FIFA, the Swiss Gianni Infantino.
“Football can give hope for the future and Italy has played an important role for which I want to congratulate FIGC. I encourage the promotion of women’s football and a series of infrastructure reforms. United we win and divided we lose,” she said Infantino in a video message.