Kisteleki, who is also president of the Hungarian Football League, the body which oversees the country's top two professional divisions, won 66 votes from delegates, compared to his rival Péter Pellady's 30 nominations. The 53-year-old replaces Imre Bozóky whose reign ended in January. The meeting was attended by UEFA Executive Committee member Joseph Mifsud.
©UEFA.com 1998-2014. All rights reserved.