The guide was presented by Russian language teacher Eduardo Pennisi at Association headquarters in Buenos Aires.
The booklets, which were handed out Tuesday at the launch of a course on Russian culture, were meant for players, coaches, executives and reporters who would be heading to Russia for the 2018 World Cup in June, Clarín Deportes reported.
Another paragraph read: "Russian girls do not like to be regarded as objects, and hate annoying men. Men are also advised not to "ask stupid questions about sex".
It continued: "They like men with initiative".
The advice from the AFA was divided into eight sections that went straight to the point, telling journalists in the first section to "look clean, smell nice and dress well" in order to impress Russian "girls". If you don't have it, practise with other women beforehand. In particular, in the brochure it was said that men who want to seduce Russian beauty, must be well groomed and to use high quality perfume.
"For Russians, sex is something very private and not discussed in public".
The document also assures the delegates they will find plenty of handsome Russian women to seduce so they can afford to be "selective". However, under given practical advice on how to stitch a Russian girl. "If you don't have confidence in yourself then you need to practice speaking with many women".
"Normally, Russian women pay attention to important things, but of course, you will find women who pay attention to material things".
The AFA soon realised they had made a mistake and issued a statement on Wednesday.
Following the leak, executive Alejandro Taraborrelli said the AFA would be investigating the matter. Their word on the matter: "The teacher in charge of the course selected information to give to those in attendance but unfortunately, when printing it, due to an involuntary error, he included the text that was never a part of the course". The administrative personnel of the department proceeded to remove it immediately.
"We regret that this mistake has overshadowed the importance of the day and the permanent educational activity provided by AFA, expressing our honest apologies to those who were affected by the publication", the AFA said in a statement.