On Saturday last week, Fredrik Reinfeldt was elected as the new chairman of the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) when he defeated Lars-Christer Olsson with the vote numbers 143-111 during the SvFF's association meeting in Solna.
Fredrik Reinfeldt has taken up the position immediately as successor to Karl-Erik Nilsson, who is leaving SvFF after eleven years as chairman and another year as a member of the Federation Board.
At the same time that Fredrik Reinfeldt will hold Swedish football's heaviest task, he will continue with his other board assignments on the side, which includes Heimstaden, where he was re-elected as a member of the board during Thursday's annual general meeting.
Ivar Tollefsen, John Giverholt and Vibeke Krag were also re-elected as board members, and Ivar Tollefsen was re-elected chairman of the board.
In addition to Heimstaden, Fredrik Reinfeldt is chairman of the board of Visita, Drivkraft Sverige and Centrum för AMP, as well as a member of the board of Svenskt Näringsliv. He will continue to be so in the future, and he has previously told Fotbollskanalen that he sees no obstacle for him to continue with his other board assignments in addition to the assignment as chairman of the Swedish Football Association.
"I have made the assessment, after going through it, that I will manage everything in a good way," Reinfeldt said.
Reinfeldt then told Fotbollskanalen that he will be paid for a full-time assignment by SvFF.