2002 United States Soccer Federation presidential election

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United States Soccer Federation presidential election, 2002
← 1998 August 9, 2002 2006 →

TBD
TBD votes needed to win
Candidate Robert Contiguglia Unopposed
Percentage 100.0 -

President before election

Robert Contiguglia

Elected President

Robert Contiguglia

The 2002 United States Soccer Federation presidential election was held in San Francisco on August 9, 2002 to determine the next President of the United States Soccer Federation. Robert Contiguglia ran unopposed. Contiguglia has been involved in soccer in the U.S. for more than three decades, during which he has excelled at almost every level of the game. [1][2]

References[edit]

  1. "Contiguglia Unanimously Re-Elected as President of U.S. Soccer". U.S. Soccer. August 9, 2002. Retrieved August 9, 2002.
  2. "Contiguglia elected to second term as U.S. Soccer president". Soccer America. August 9, 2002. Retrieved August 9, 2002.


Preceded by
Alan I. Rothenberg
President of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF)
1998–2006
Succeeded by
Sunil Gulati


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