Claus Vogt was re-elected as president of VfB Stuttgart 1893 e.V. at the general meeting on Sunday evening, the 51-year-old receiving 1499 votes out of 1650 votes cast at the Mercedes-Benz Arena for a term of office that will last four years. Alongside the current VfB president, Pierre-Enric Steiger (177 votes out of 1476 votes cast) was also in the running for the position.
"I'm pleased that we now have four years of planning security at VfB, and that we have brought calm to all the important positions in the executive committee and the club advisory board," said Vogt. "This is good for VfB."
Rainer Adrion and Christian Riethmüller, who were elected as members of the executive committee at the general meeting, now form part of the three-person VfB executive committee alongside Vogt with immediate effect. The terms of office for Adrion and Riethmüller are also four years.