Soccer supremo pays a rare trip to the Communist nation.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter visited Cuba on Tuesday for the first time in 13 years.
The head of world football’s governing body, who was recently in Haiti as part of a wide-ranging tour in his role as boss of the global game, is scheduled to have discussions wit those who run football in the Caribbean country.
And, the Swiss lawyer is also expected to visit the island’s first-ever artificial pitch at the La Polar Stadium.
Watch Blatter speak about his trip below: