He took charge of the organisation in 2016 to complete the term of previous president Michel Platini who was banned for receiving a disputed payment.
"I am honoured", said Ceferin, thanking members of UEFA's 55 member associations for re-electing him, saying he was taking over with "fewer doubts and less scepticism than back then".
Ceferin said UEFA would "rigorously defend" their members' concerns over the worldwide calendar, backed by Andrea Agnelli, president of Italian champions Juventus and the ECA, with whom UEFA signed an agreement on Wednesday. I am not the president of a "new UEFA". New members of UEFA's ruling panel also include Andriy Pavelko, who has been implicated in allegations of financial wrongdoing in Ukraine.
Reforms to the Champions League which mean the continent's leading four leagues - Spain, England, Germany and Italy - now all get four automatic qualifying spots in the group stage were initially proposed by Platini but brought in under Ceferin's presidency.
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With 33 of his own and 17 assists, he has played a role in more goals than any team-mate since his debut in September 2015. In fact, the Red Devils could end the week in the top four, should Chelsea fail to win against Manchester City on Sunday.
"The only thing great about you would be your past", Ceferin cautioned clubs, saying teams following through on breakaway threats in 2016 "would have lost their status as great clubs in the hearts of the people". The British are working with Ireland on a possible 2030 World Cup bid.
"European clubs are financially healthier than ever, the problem of debt has been sorted out in many countries, and unpaid debts owed to clubs, coaches and players seem to be becoming nothing more than a bad memory".
The RFEF will receive 160,000 euros as a result of being part of the Executive Committee, whilst Davor Suker, Fernando Gomes and Sandor Csandy were all elected to represent Croatia, Portugal and Hungary respectively.
UEFA says it will launch its own streaming service to broadcast soccer games to more fans worldwide.
Ceferin says "a leader without doubts is a delusional and risky leader".