WOMEN'S football has been made compulsory for all the district associations. This was passed during the Fiji FA council meeting in Ba on Sunday.
Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said they were keen to see all forms of football develop in the country.
He said the districts needed to take the onus to invest in women's soccer.
"Each district will need to have at least two women's club teams," Patel said.
"Women's football is a growing sport around the world. There is plenty potential here to develop a strong national team."
During the meeting it was passed that all districts should submit their quarterly report to the parent body.
The report will also include the financial report.
Districts which do not adhere to this, risk losing Fiji FA grants and tournament status.
The matches in the premier division will be played over 90 minutes.
Meanwhile the Fiji FA is contemplating a move to see that only accredited coaches sit on the bench during the district matches.
Patel said this move had not come into effect as yet.
He said they would further discuss the issue.
A few of the super premier district team coaches do not hold coaching certificates.