FIFA's administration is carried out by the General Secretariat, which employs some 400 staff members in Zurich, Switzerland. At its head is the FIFA Secretary General, who is responsible for implementing the decisions of the Executive Committee.

The Secretary General is also responsible for FIFA's finances, international relations, the organisation of the FIFA World Cup™, and other FIFA football competitions.

The General Secretariat is comprised of divisions dealing with development, competitions, football administration, finance, business, personnel, services and communications.

VALCKE Jérôme - France
Frenchman Jérôme Valcke was appointed as Secretary General by the FIFA Executive Committee on 27 June 2007. Valcke joined FIFA in the summer of 2003 a...
    Organisation Chart
    The Organisational chart will show you how the FIFA team is comprised. Learn about the divisions and the directors managing the 400 staff at the Home...