In the infinity every point is center. It has already been recognized that even in this local-finite universe, every point of it is about 14 billion light years from the horizon.
Horizon works this way. It is 14 billion light years in every direction there is from Earth. A planet A is approximately 6-trillion x 1-billion miles from Earth, no matter the direction. The horizon is 14-billion light years in every direction from that planet A. Planet B is 6-trillion times 1-billion miles from planet A and twice that distance in space from Earth, but the horizon is still 14 billion light years from planet B in Every direction there is.
Planet C is 1-thousand times 6 trillion times 1-billion miles from planet B which is far distant from planet A and farther distant from Earth. But the horizon is still 14 billion light years from planet C, the same as it is 14-billion light years from planet A, and the same as it is 14-billion light years from Earth. And so on and on, and on, the collapsed horizon a constant of 14-billion light years from every concurrent point -- of an infinity of points -- in the universe. All that infinity of points, every point of that infinity without exception, being the center of the universe. The universe expands to infinity in space even if not a single point of an infinity of points moved an inch, but not to eternity in time (verse meaning turn, and turn standing, too, for turnover (a lot of turnovers at all times, in parallel process)).