| Uruguayan, American|
| Eugenio Figueredo|
10 March 1932 (age 83) (1932-03-10) Santiago, Chile
football player, executive
Nicolas Leoz, Juan Angel Napout, Sergio Jadue
Eugenio Figueredo Wikipedia
Eugenio Figueredo (born 10 March 1932 in Santa Lucía, Uruguay) is a Uruguayan and American association football executive and former footballer. In May 2015, he was banned by FIFA Ethics Committee.
As a footballer, Figueredo played for Huracan Buceo as a right-half. He went on to serve as its president between 1971 and 1972, and again between 1976 and 77.
From 1997–2006, he presided over the Uruguayan Football Association, and from 1993 until 2013 he was vice president of CONMEBOL. In April 2013 he replaced Nicolás Leoz as President.
On 27 May 2015, Figueredo was arrested in Switzerland as the result of an FBI investigation into corruption in FIFA. Both Uruguay and the United States sought his extradition. He agreed to be extradited to Uruguay and was sent there on 24 December 2015.