Video review has been approved for soccer's Women's World Cup, which runs from June 7 to July 7 in France.
The Video Assistant Referee system made its debut at the men's tournament in Russia last year and was approved Friday for use at the women's tournament.
Of the 455 incidents checked by VAR at last year's World Cup, 20 led to video reviews.
Among them was one late in the first half of the final, which led to a hand ball call on Croatia's Ivan Perisic. Antoine Griezmann converted a penalty kick to give France a 2-1 lead and Les Bleus went on to a 4-2 win.
FIFA has been criticised by women for the disparity in resources between theirs and the men's game.
The governing body announced in October prize money for this year's women's tournament will be $US30 million ($A42 million), of which $US4 million will go to the federation of the champion.
While the total is double the prize money for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada, it is a fraction of the $US400 million for last year's men's World Cup, of which $US38 million went to France.
FIFA says prize money for the 2022 men's World Cup will be $US440 million.
Women players also filed a legal action after FIFA allowed the use of artificial turf at the 2015 Women's World Cup. FIFA does not allow artificial turf at the men's tournament.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino said national bodies that do not fund women's soccer to the level FIFA desires will have money withheld that otherwise would go to them under the body's Forward development program.
"We have the same amounts dedicated and earmarked for men's and women's competitions," Infantino said on Friday.
"We still have 50 or 60 associations in the world who do not have proper women's football. Well, they will receive less money."