Federation Internationale de Football Association addresses TV shots of hot female fans at World Cup

FIFA Ask Broadcasters To Reduce Shots Of Attractive Female Fans

Sexism bigger problem than racism at World Cup, anti-discrimination body says

Ahead of the World Cup final, Neymar was the topic of conversation at FIFA's press conference, with president Gianni Infantino expressing his desire to see more of the forward's football skills.

Broadcasters have been ordered to stop their cameras zooming in on "hot women" in the crowd at football matches, Fifa's diversity boss says.

He said: 'We've done it with individual broadcasters.

Asked about his in-game chatter with VIP guests, Infantino said: "When we are here we don't speak about politics, we speak about football".

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FIFA wants fewer images of attractive women in World Cup stadiums shown on future broadcasts, with sexism being a bigger problem than racism in Russia, according to anti-discrimination experts advising FIFA.

He also said there have been several cases of women reporters being grabbed or kissed while on air.

Before the tournament kicked off there were concerns that Russian Federation 2018 could be tarnished by homophobia and racism - but sexism has arguably been the biggest issue. Apparently, sexism has them beat.

Federation Internationale de Football Association is cracking down on television broadcasters focusing on good looking female fans while airing the 2018 World Cup, an official said this week.

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Russian Federation has won praise for its hosting of the World Cup, including embracing some social programs FIFA requires of host nations.

It is understood that more than 20 supporters were identified by the authorities and they lost their FAN-IDs and were sent home.

Infantino said Qatar can insist on keeping a 32-team format, though he is "pretty sure that all options will be on the table". "And of course the volunteers, who are the smile and the heart of this World Cup", he said.

"VAR is not changing football, it is cleaning football, making it more honest and transparent and helping referees to make the right decisions".

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