VAR at the Women’s World Cup? FIFA Still Won’t Say – New York Times

New York Times
PARIS — As the men’s World Cup was winding down last summer in Russia, FIFA’s president, Gianni Infantino, used his final news conference to heap praise on the video assistant referee system, which had been used for the first time at the tournament.
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Women’s World Cup Draw: Two days to goFIFA.com
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