Four of the five candidates for FIFA president made presentations to CONCACAF officials Friday.

On the final day of a two-day meeting of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, favorites Gianni Infantino of Switzerland and Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa of Bahrain, pitched their candidacies Friday along with France's Jerome Champagne and Jordan's Ali Bin Al-Hussein. South Africa's Tokyo Sexwale did not make the trip.

FIFA's 209 members vote Feb. 26 on a successor to Sepp Blatter, who headed soccer's governing body since 1998 and announced his resignation less than a week after he was elected to a fifth term last May.