FIFA's diversity boss, Federico Addiechi, has warned broadcasters to stop zooming their cameras on "hot women" during football matches.
"We have done it with individual broadcasters".
Anti-discrimination group Fare Network has been working to monitor discriminatory behaviour around World Cup games.
It's common for broadcasters to pick attractive female fans from the crowd to use for "cutaways", but Federation Internationale de Football Association diversity boss Federico Addiechi isn't happy about it.
However, he acknowledged that the number of incidents on the streets may have been 10 times higher but not reported.
"For this, I would, first of all, like to thank everyone, which was involved in the participation, the organisation of the World Cup", Infantino said.
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There have also been multiple cases of female reporters being groped and kissed by male fans during live broadcasts.
But he suggested that homophobia should have the same status as racism in the FIFA statutes and added that a more coordinated approach was needed from football organizations, such as FIFA and regional confederations, when it comes to repeat offenses from countries including Mexico and Croatia.
The research sampled more than 100 pictures from mainstream media reports and found the most popular stories and images about women focused on young and slender fans in the stands, The Conversation reported.
It is understood that more than 20 supporters were identified by the authorities and they lost their FAN-IDs and were sent home.
FIFA established a preliminary testing pool of more than 1,500 players who were potential participants at the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.
The testing programme in place this year was the largest ever conducted for a FIFA World Cup.