What does Sepp Blatter's re-election as FIFA president mean for football? Here Press Association Sport's Martyn Ziegler briefly assesses what a victory for the 79-year-old Swiss means for football.
:: The position of Russia and Qatar as hosts of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be protected despite the ongoing investigation.
:: The World Cup final will remain a 32-team tournament - Prince Ali had promised to increase the tournament to 36 spots.
:: There is a threat that the number of World Cup places for European nations will be cut.
:: A period of real instability in football could ensue, with serious divisions between FIFA and the European governing body, UEFA.
:: England will not bid for a World Cup while Blatter remains as FIFA president.
:: European nations are unlikely to boycott FIFA tournaments - however, they may take action to snub FIFA committees and events.
:: We can look forward to more 'handshakes for peace'.Reuse content