Soccer's governing body agrees to implement sweeping reforms.. ahead of a vote to choose a new leader.

FOX's Simon Owen reports from the European bureau:

Gianni Infantino named as the new president of FIFA:

(Infantino) "And we will restore the image of FIFA and the respect of FIFA and everyone in the world will applaud us."

The Swiss replaces Sepp Blatter, who resigned in disgrace as U.S. authorities moved in last year, indicting dozens of senior soccer officials over claims of a massive bribery ring.

Delegates from FIFA's 207 member countries also voting today to introduce a range of anti-corruption measures as the organization looks to show American prosecutors and soccer fans around the world that it's serious about cleaning up its act.

In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.