FIFA - Cameramen engaged in filming the public during football matches must stop filming with only "beautiful women". FIFA believes it is important that more diversity can be seen.
FIFA's diversity director Federico Addiechi told BBC that actions will follow if diversity is no longer shown and that several broadcasters who broadcast the matches during the World Cup in Russia have already been called.
Discrimination group Fare Network reported to FIFA after finding thirty cases in which sexist images were broadcast. Fare Network says that at least 300 women have been harassed on the street by male football fans. Female presenters are also harassed during the broadcast because they are kissed or grabbed by supporters.
Fans have been asked about the behavior and a few have lost their visitor rights. Other fans have been asked to leave Russia.