Football: Goal-line technology should be in place at Wembley for the Community Shield - and replays of the system's decisions will be shown on TV, FA general secretary Alex Horne revealed today.
But Horne suggested the replays might not be allowed on big screens in the stadium despite Fifa saying it would have no objection.
The world governing body has changed its stance on goal-line technology and now says replays could be shown on TV and inside stadiums.
Fifa sent a 34-page booklet to national associations which says that using replays "is up to the competition organiser" and deciding whether to broadcast replays "should be one of the first discussion points" when implementing the technology.
Horne, speaking in Edinburgh before an International FA Board meeting, said: "We are in the middle of tendering at the moment with the Premier League, so it is effectively 20 Premier League clubs and Wembley Stadium.
"We are looking at the providers that are available and are looking at a couple and will be making a decision shortly. We expect the technology to be in place for next season, for the Community Shield."
He said broadcasters needed access to replays but "whether you show it in the stadium falls in the 'controversial decision' element to me and we have not made a decision on that."
Fifa's U-turn means sponsors could get involved in replays, as they are in cricket and tennis.
The Premier League said yesterday that goal-line technology systems will be mandatory in its clubs' stadiums from as early as next season.
League chiefs are in "advanced talks" with two providers of the technology, Hawk-Eye and GoalRef.
Fifa will report to the International FA Board tomorrow that both systems worked without errors in the Club World Cup in Japan.
No ghost goals were registered when the ball struck the woodwork or the side-netting.