Date of Birth: 18 September 1942
Executive Committee member since: 1990
Current UEFA roles
Executive Committee (vice-president)
FIFA Executive Committee (member)
National Associations Committee (chairman)
Referees Committee (deputy chairman)
Professional Football Strategy Council (EXCO representative)
• A banker, a UNICEF project manager and a businessman at various stages in his career, Şenes Erzik studied Business and Economics at Bosphorus University and was appointed to the board of the Turkish Football Association (TFF) for the first time in 1977.
• Şenes Erzik served as TFF president from 1989 to 1997, overseeing a period of progress which continued with Galatasaray AŞ winning the UEFA Cup and UEFA Super Cup in 2000. Two years later, Turkey finished third at the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
• Now honorary TFF president, the multilingual Erzik – who is married with one son – said: "If you ask me why I love football, it is because of a sense of teamwork. I like the passion, the successes and sharing with others the joys as well as the grievances and the disappointments. The football world is a great community."
Previous UEFA roles
Fair Play and Social Responsibility Committee (chairman) 2007-2011
Club Licensing Committee (chairman) 2009-2011
Stadium and Security Committee (chairman) 2007-2009
EXCO Working Group Club Licensing (member) 2002-2007
EXCO Working Group Clubs and Leagues (chairman) 2004-2007
Working Group Coefficient System (member) 2002-2006
Task Force European Club Football 2000 (chairman) 1998-2002
Finance Committee (member) 1992-2000
Emergency Committee (substitute) 1992-1996, (member) 1996-2000
UEFA Intertoto Cup Committee 1994-2000
Group of Experts concerning EU matters (substitute) 1996-2000
Committee for EU Matters (vice-president) 1998-2000
Development and Technical Assistance Committee (member) 1994-1996, (EXCO representative) 1996-1998
Committee for UEFA Club Competitions (vice-chairman) 1990-1992, (chairman) 1992-2000
Non-Amateur Football Working Group (vice-chairman) 1990-1992
Youth Committee (member) 1982-1990
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