Ahead of the meeting, FIFA President Gianni Infantino pledged that the prize money for the teams will reach 100 million USD. It is more than double the prize at the 2019 World Cup. The tournament just took place in France, the total prize money has been increased from 15 million USD to 50 million USD.
FIFA also plans to approve a $ 1 billion investment in the women’s football tournament over the next four years. This amount is deducted from the $ 2.7 billion reserve budget of the world’s most powerful football agency.
At the present time, FIFA has not identified the host country of the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Eight candidate countries, including South Korea and North Korea, for co-hosting, must submit their plans to FIFA before the 13th- 12 years now.
FIFA will evaluate the plans in the first two months of 2020, before voting to select the most suitable country in May. The country that will host the 2023 Women’s World Cup will have three years to prepare for the event. Tournaments.
In addition, FIFA is considering the possibility of organizing a new world-class tournament for women’s football. The same size as the UEFA Nations League of men’s football and another league called the Women’s Club World Cup The final decision on the two new tournaments will be made at a FIFA meeting in March next year.
Representatives of the teams have spoken, asking questions about VAR technology – Video Assistant Referee. VAR is a solution to identify many sensitive situations, resulting in goals, cards, and penalties, each expected to be applied in the second leg of V.League.
The final rounds of V.League always have many sensitive and controversial balls. It directly affects the outcome of a match in a short amount of time, the referee must make a decision according to his judgment. So arguing is inevitable.