Cameroon's football association is set to explain to Fifa on Wednesday why they wore their controversial one-piece kit in their quarterfinal against Nigeria in the African Cup of Nations.
This after the world governing body gave the 2002 AFCON winners permission to wear the outfit for the group stages of the 2004 tournament only.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Fifa president Sepp Blatter said the kit was in contravention of the games code of conduct.
"This kit violates the rules of the game, which says each player must wear a shirt, short and socks," Blatter told BBC Sport.
Sports clothing manufacturer and kit supplier to Cameroon, Puma, have stated that they will cover the costs of any penalties that Fifa may impose on the former African champions