List of presidents of UEFA
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|President of UEFA|
since 14 September 2016
|Term length||Four years|
|Inaugural holder||Ebbe Schwartz|
|Formation||22 June 1954|
The following is a list of presidents of UEFA, the European association football governing body.
Presidents of UEFA
|No.||Image||Name||Took office||Left office||Tenure|
|1||Ebbe Schwartz||22 June 1954||17 April 1962||7 years, 299 days|
|2||Gustav Wiederkehr||17 April 1962||7 July 1972 (died)||10 years, 76 days|
|–||Sándor Barcs||7 July 1972||15 March 1973||251 days|
|3||Artemio Franchi||15 March 1973||12 August 1983 (died)||10 years, 150 days|
|4||Jacques Georges||12 August 1983||19 April 1990||6 years, 250 days|
|5||Lennart Johansson||19 April 1990||26 January 2007||16 years, 282 days|
|6||Michel Platini||26 January 2007||8 October 2015[a]||8 years, 255 days|
|–||Ángel María Villar||9 October 2015||14 September 2016||341 days|
|7||Aleksander Čeferin||14 September 2016||Incumbent||6 years, 181 days|
- Jacques Georges served as interim president before being elected on 26 June 1984.
- The title of Honorary President was conferred to Jacques Georges upon leaving office until his death in 2004.
- The title of Honorary President was conferred to Lennart Johansson upon leaving office until his death in 2019.
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- ^ a b "Past presidents". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 20 January 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2020.
- ^ Sport (8 October 2015). "Angel Maria Villar will be interim president of UEFA - liga-bbva". sport-english.com.
- ^ "Sepp Blatter & Michel Platini lose Fifa appeals but bans reduced". BBC Sport. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
- ^ "Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini given eight-year bans by FIFA". ESPN.