Soccer's scandal-hit governing body FIFA holds the election of a new president today in Switzerland.
Representatives from 209 nations from around the world will vote for a successor to disgraced former leader Sepp Blatter. The first round of voting is expected from 13:30 GMT.
Delegates this morning voted through a package of reforms, including limits on a president's term and the disclosure of salaries, in an attempt to rescue FIFA from its current crisis.
The soccer organization is still under investigation from both U.S. and Swiss authorities over FIFA's awarding of both the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and allegations that top soccer officials took bribes.
Three of the soccer's top administrators, Blatter, general secretary Jerome Valcke and UEFA president Michel Platini have all received lengthy bans from holding office.
CNBC takes a look at the candidates: