"Being FIFA president is a big honour and privilege, but also a huge responsibility. You can continue to trust on my commitment. I promise to continue serving FIFA and football around the world," the 52-year-old said after winning a third term.
"To those that love me, and I know there are many, and those who hate me ... I love you all," he added.
The Swiss football administrator succeeded Sepp Blatter in 2016. He previously served for UEFA as general secretary.