FIFA will start charging the holders of the 2018 FIFA World Cup a FIFA-imposed finance charge on the final of the tournament.
The charge was imposed on March 12th after the International Olympic Committee decided that a failure to pay a fair share of the cost of hosting the tournament could result in the loss of the 2022 World Cup.
It also includes costs incurred for organizing the tournament in 2021.
FIFA is now looking at charges from 2021 and 2022, which could be a significant factor in determining whether it can pay the fee, according to a statement by the association.
The FIFA Financial Fair Play Committee (FFPC) was set up in November 2018 by FIFA to assess the costs of hosting an event.
The FFPC will also be looking at whether the costs are fair to host nations.
In addition to the financial fair play charge, there will be an increase in the amount of fees FIFA charges for certain events.
A statement by FIFA said the charges are part of the new financial fair plays rules for 2021 and the 2022 tournaments.
They will be applied for the 2018 World Cups in France and Russia, and the 2019 World Cup in Russia and Brazil.
The association also wants to reduce the amount that FIFA charges by increasing the amount it pays to host countries and eliminating other fees that have not been fully disclosed.
The statement added that the new rules will be made public within three weeks, so the charges will be published on FIFA’s website and in the FIFA World Accounts on April 5.