Ligue 1 and the French League Cup will be directly affected by the restrictions as the LFP give GoalControl some time to fix their technical issues.
The French league has chose to "immediately suspend" their goal-line technology system after a series of malfunctions, writes Stephen Barry.
GoalControl was used at the 2014 World Cup, but the Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A all use Hawk-Eye's technology.More news: No. 4 Michigan State shrugs off loss, focuses on Rutgers
The GoalControl technology did not alert the referee for Paris St-Germain's second goal against Amiens - with the video assistant referee instead awarding the goal.
According to the LFP, it met with GoalControl last month to express its dissatisfaction that occurred in several Ligue 1 matches, including this incident where technology indicated to the official that a Troyes shot on goal had crossed the line when it had not.
The GoalControl technology failed to alert the referee to a Paris Saint Germain goal scored in their Amiens - it was instead awarded by the video assistant referee, which is now being trialled in France.More news: Pilots Still Struggle to Land Planes at SFO
The LFP said it will announce next week "follow-up action to be taken in relation to this dossier".
During Angers v Montpellier, the referee's watch was vibrated incorrectly by the technology even though there was no goal and thereafter, the referee chose to discard the use of technology completely in the second half.
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Even during the League Cup match between Arsenal and Chelsea on Wednesday, VAR was used and two important penalty decisions were taken through the help of the technology.