Infantino said that now is the time for Iran to lift a ban on women entering soccer stadiums before the country hosts a World Cup qualifying match next month.
Football fan Sahar Khodayari died this month when she set herself on fire while awaiting trial for trying to attend a match. Federation Internationale de Football Association officials are in Iran monitoring the venue should the ban be lifted before the October 10th match in Azadi Stadium.
In a statement, Infantino, who is clearly losing patience, expressed his frustration that Iran had not done almost enough to abide by the rules but stopped short of threatening to throw them out if they maintained their gender prejudice.
Iran is set to host Cambodia in a World Cup qualifier in Tehran on October 10.
Infantino has been urging Iran's government to lift the 40-year ban imposed after the Islamic Revolution.
"Our position is clear and firm", he said. "Ladies folks must be allowed into football stadiums in Iran".
In a statement on Thursday, Iran's Sports Minister, Masoud Soltanifar, said "All necessary preparations have been made so that women, initially however only for global games, can come into the football stadiums".
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Gianni Infantino explained: "I contacted them several times in the recent past and so has the Federation Internationale de Football Association administration".
The Iranian authorities allow women to watch other sports, such as volleyball.
A Federation Internationale de Football Association spokesman said last week that Federation Internationale de Football Association officials will visit Iran. At Iran's friendly against Syria in June, women were locked out of the Azadi Stadium and detained by security forces.
Iranian female soccer fans may be able to watch the lovely game live in a stadium as early as October if their country heeds the advice of the world football governing body.
Iran briefly relaxed its rule last November when hundreds of women were selected to attend the Asian Champions League final second-leg game between Iran's Persepolis and Kashima Antlers of Japan at a Tehran stadium.
National Basketball Association star Stephen Curry intends to feature at the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year, as the United States attempt to bounce back from a disappointing World Cup in China. "Sahar's death and activists in danger didn't change FIFA's action, they need process and steps for any actions!"