It means there will nearly certainly be video assistant referees used at this year's showpiece tournament in Russian Federation, with a final decision expected to be made at the next FIFA Council meeting on March 16 in Bogota.
"We hope and encourage a favourable decision in this respect because we are very positive about VAR".
"VAR is good for football, is good for refereeing, it brings more fairness in the game and, for these reasons, we have made a decision to approve VAR".
IFAB unanimously agreed to approve the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system in arguably the biggest change to the game since the abolition of the back-pass in 1992.
The International Football Association Board, IFAB, reached a unanimous agreement at FIFA headquarters in Zurich on Saturday morning.
Infantino told the gathered media that the IFAB's announcement would be discussed in reference to this year's FIFA World Cup™ later.
He pointed to IFAB research from 1,000 matches showing that referee accuracy without VAR - which stood at 93 percent - rose to 99 percent with video assistance. "We have to speed up reviews and, linked to that, the communication to the crowd has to be better because people aren't really sure what's going on", he said, admitting VAR wrongly chalked off a goal during the Spurs-Rochdale game. I was extremely sceptical personally on VAR, but we tested it, and I personally came quite a long way.
Some skeptics also have reservations about introducing such a significant change at the June 14 to July 15 World Cup, before all the kinks have been resolved at lower-profile competition.
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The technology has been rolled out on a trial basis for the last two years, with over 1,000 games featuring cameras to help referees in crunch decisions.
"It is now up to member associations and respective competition organisers within football to decide whether they wish to apply to IFAB and introduce that technology into their competitions".
However, they will not be used in next season's Champions League, with Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin saying he sees "a lot of confusion".
Infantino added: "We can see in the matches, where the game is being interrupted, this creates even an additional moment of tension where everyone is waiting". We've analysed nearly 1 000 games and the reality is you lose an average of 90 seconds per game.
Other critics have said the technology undermines the on-field referee and disrupts the flow of the game. "That must be the main objective".
"I am very anxious about VAR", said Parish.
Fifa holds four of the eight votes on Ifab - the others are split between the four British national associations.