|Friday, 5 March|| arm rus eng |
World football's governing body Fifa has confirmed it will hold the election for its next president at a special congress on 26 February, the BBC Sport reports.
The election will determine who will succeed Sepp Blatter, who has been president since 1998.
Blatter, 79, and vice-president Michel Platini have both been suspended for 90 days amid corruption allegations, which both men deny.
Platini is seeking the next presidency, as is Prince Ali bin al-Hussein.