Northern Ireland will play Germany in Frankfurt on Tuesday, 19 November.
The German FA have confirmed the Commerzbank-Arena will host the game, which will be Michael O’Neill’s side’s final UEFA EURO 2020 qualifier.
The Commerzbank-Arena is home to Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt and is more commonly referred to as ‘Waldstadion’ (Forest Stadium). Opened in the 1920s, it has been renovated several times since and now boasts a capacity of 48,500 for international matches and a retractable roof.
Including friendlies, Northern Ireland and Germany have met 17 times over the years and most recently faced each other in the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign. Before that, the two sides met in Paris in the group stages of UEFA Euro 2016.
Germany v Northern Ireland
UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying Group C, Commerzbank-Arena, Tuesday 19 November 2019, 7.45pm kick-off.