Sportswear company Puma has settled a deal with football governing body FIFA over Cameroon's one-piece playing strip.

Puma had been battling to receive damages after FIFA banned the kit worn by Cameroon at the 2004 African Cup of Nations.

The parties did not reveal details of the out-of-court agreement, which followed a German court ruling earlier this year that the item followed FIFA rules.

Cameroon's team wore the kit during three group matches and a quarter-final, but was then banned from wearing the piece, fined CHF200,000 and originally stripped of six qualifying points for the World Cup.

FIFA claimed that a kit should comprise separate garments, according to its rules.