Nominations for the FIFA presidential election close on Thursday with five challengers vying to unseat the incumbent Sepp Blatter.
With world football's governing body blighted by a string of controversies, the race for the top post promises to be a highly charged affair that will culminate with its 209 member countries voting in Zurich on May 29.
Here, we take a look at who is in the running for the most important job in world football and assess their chances.
FIFA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
- Marcotti: Can Blatter survive another election?
- Chaudhary: Who are the candidates?
- Figo to run for FIFA presidency
- Champagne struggles for nominations
- Blatter welcomes Prince Ali challenge
- Van Praag to challenge Blatter
- Michael Garcia quits FIFA ethics committee
- DFB chief: FIFA won't reopen 2022 World Cup vote
Sepp Blatter: After initially promising...