The CBF said it is committed to treating men and women equally, as it announced Brazil Women will be paid at the same rate as Neymar and Co.
Brazil's men's and women's teams have been paid at the same rate since March and will continue to be treated equally moving forward, CBF president Rogerio Caboclo has announced.
In what the CBF described as an "unprecedented measure", Brazil Women - led by captain Marta - receive the same daily wages and prize money as the five-time men's world champions.
Caboclo revealed the change at a news conference as Duda Luizelli and Aline Pellegrino were hired as the CBF's new women's football coordinators.
"Since March of this year, the CBF has paid an equal value in terms of prizes and daily rates between men's and women's football," Caboclo said.
"The men's players earn the same as the women's players during their call-ups. What they receive daily, the women also receive.
"What the men will gain by winning or advancing at the Olympics next year will be the same as the women will have.
"What men will receive at the next World Cup will be proportionally equal to what is proposed by FIFA.
"There is no more gender difference, as the CBF is treating men and women equally."