Northern Ireland’s senior women team kicked off their FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying campaign in September with back-to-back 4-0 wins over Luxembourg and Latvia.
Next up, England, who are top seeds in Qualifying Group D, will host Northern Ireland in London on 23 October.
Boss Kenny Shiels said: “I am excited to take our country to play at the home of football. But rest assured we will go to London and be competitive.”
The game on 23 October (5.15pm kick-off) will be the first competitive fixture for the Lionesses at England’s national stadium since it reopened in 2007.
How much will tickets cost?
Tickets for home fixtures will be priced from £10 to £20 for adults and up to £5 for juniors.
Tickets for the England match at Wembley are priced at £20 for adults (Cat 2), £15 for concessions (over 65 and students) and £2.50 for under 16s.
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