President Donald Trump new travel ban affects 6 Muslim majority countries.
US President Donald J. Trump's travel ban risks derailing America's bid to host soccer's World Cup.
"Any team, including the supporters and officials of that team, who qualify for a World Cup need to have access to the country, otherwise there is no World Cup," Mr Infantino told reporters following a meeting with soccer leaders from around the globe held in London.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has raised concerns about the US policy.
"The requirements will be clear," Mr Infantino said of FIFA's regulations for future hosts, which are likely to be completed later this year. "And then each country can make up their decision, whether they want to bid or not based on the requirements. Nothing to do with the US or not, it's general sporting criterion."
During the last round of bidding in 2010, Qatar secured hosting rights after the tiny, gas-rich emirate beat an American offer. Allegations of wrongdoing by voters - including some who were later charged in a separate corruption case by the US - led FIFA to change the way World Cup hosts are selected.