THE 90-minute football format is likely to be introduced in the Inter District Competition next year.
The IDC which is being played since 1938 is a traditional 60-minute game.
However with only eight teams to feature in the top flight next season, the 90-minute game has been proposed.
Fiji Football Association president Rajesh Patel said they were looking at ways to play the 90-minute game in the IDC which is a one weekend event.
"We will propose that to the council," Patel said.
"We have been playing 90-minute games in the Fiji FACT and Battle of the Giants."
Meanwhile the Fiji FA will hold a seminar for the districts in regards to audit and compliance.
Patel who is on the FIFA audit and compliance committee said the world body had put in place strict guidelines.
"I attended the FIFA audit and compliance meeting recently and a lot polices have been put in place," Patel said.
"Audit is compulsory as far as member associations are concerned. We will now request certified audit company opinions on the accounts."
"This is in line with money FIFA is giving to the member associations for development. There needs to be accountability."
"Recently some countries have faced problems. The FIFA compliance committee is very vigilant on how the FIFA funds are utilised."
"For this we will be having a performance base seminar with the districts."
This year's IDC will be played at Churchill Park in Lautoka from October 9 to October 12.