The wearer of these Team Germany lederhosen won't remember this World Cup but they'll sure look cute toddling after the ball in these hip-huggers.
Team Belgium Red Devils Windshield Wiper Fluid
The cheapest form of World Cup merchandising involves slapping the national flag and a few soccer balls on whatever product you're shilling. This Belgian gas station is hoping fans of the “Red Devils” will stop by to top up their windshield wiper fluid.
Brazil World Cup Cufflinks
And for the soccer fan who has everything, how about these gold-plated cufflinks, in the shape of the World Cup trophy?
England's "KKK" Hoodie
British supermarket chain Asda claims this $5 hood with the Cross of St. George - white with a red stripe - was a “wearable flag” to keep English fans dry in their country's always unpredictable weather. Thousands of Twitter users saw something more sinister, suggesting, when worn, the “flag” resembled a Ku Klux Klan hood. Asda decided to pull the flag from its shelves.
Team Japan Mt. Fuji Hat
It really is a shame Japan was knocked out in the first round. They are truly champions of the silly fan hat. Check out this Mt. Fuji modal with “Japan No.1” written on the side.
Goal Celebration Team Germany Garden Gnome
Almost the perfect definition of kitsch. For those who find little boys fishing just a bit too classy for their front yard, we have the German garden gnome, in full World Cup regalia, doing his goal celebration.
Team Germany Mankini
Those hot Brazilian beaches call out for a revealing bathing suit but this mankini - featuring the German national flag colors – leaves a bit too little to the imagination
Pikachu Team Japan Mascots
It wouldn't be a World Cup in Japan without a flood of Pokemon-themed products. Japan exited early, so we’re guessing there’s a warehouse full of these little guys somewhere in Tokyo.
The Luis Suarez Soccer Bite App
Polish firm Playsoft was the first video game maker to chomp down on the marketing gift that was Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez's biting attack against Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini in the match that knocked Italy out of the Cup. Playsoft quickly rushed out this run-and-nip mobile game. You play Suarez, trying to bite chunks out of as many Italian players as you can. The game is already available for Android phones, with an Apple version on the way.
Luis Suarez Bottle Opener
The prize for most obvious Suarez biting merchandise goes to this handy bottle opener, which promises to "take a bite" off the top of your beer. Made in Italy, it's been popular in Asia, home to many fans of Suarez' professional club, Liverpool.
Primark’s 'Twosie’ Tee
This England flag “Twosie” T-shirt is yours for just $14 from Irish retailer Primark. Perfect for those inseparable BFFs – or conjoined twins – eager to catch the match.
Versace $600 World Cup T-Shirt
Donatella Versace's OTT world cup T-shirt is supposed to evoke the colors of a Brazilian carnival with the “iconography of the Versace DNA.” Leopard prints and gold chains might not be everyone's idea of fan attire but Versace knows her audience: the shirts, which retail for between $550-$600, have sold out.