Under pressure from Brazil's tourism ministry, Adidas will withdraw a range of football T-shirts that caused outrage because of their sexual references.
Brazilian officials complained, about the t-shirts on sale in the US market saying they would promote sex tourism.
The controversial line of products launched by FIFA's official sponsor, shows among other things a young woman in a bikini with a Rio landscape behind her and the words, "Lookin' to Score" above the word "Brazil".
An even more controversial design shows the same picture of a girl with an "I (heart) Brazil" design that includes a triangular shape resembling a G-string.
The German company, the world's second-largest sporting goods manufacturer, later announced it would withdraw the T-shirts.