Australia national women's captain Melissa Barbieri will lead an 18-strong squad for the international against Japan in Tokyo on Wednesday 11 July.
Matildas coach Tom Sermanni named his travelling party on Monday for the clash against the world champion at the National Stadium.
The last time the teams met in Spetember 2011, Japan won 1-0.
Danielle Brogan, Steph Catley and Ashley Brown have all been selected along with uncapped duo Emily Gielnik and Katrina Gorry.
Kyah Simon, Tameka Butt and Servet Uzunlar will all come in from their foreign bases to join the squad while long-serving No.1 Barbieri is the only player chosen without a club.
Australian-based players will be departing from Sydney on 7 July.
"We've had to pick a team that will be competitive as Japan play this match before heading to the Olympics," Sermanni said.
"Japan are an extremely difficult team on home soil and are world champions so they will be in peak form for this match.
"In saying that we will be bringing some of our internationally based players in for this match which will strengthen key areas for us in what will surely be an exciting match."Matildas squad is:
Melissa Barbieri (c) (unattached)
Brianna Davey (Melbourne Victory)
Laura Alleway (Brisbane Roar / Lincoln Ladies)
Danielle Brogan (Sydney FC)
Stephanie Catley (Melbourne Victory)
Thea Slatyer (Sydney FC)
Brooke Spence (Brisbane Roar / Colorado Rapids)
Servet Uzunlar (Sydney FC / Pali Blues)
Teigen Allen (Sydney FC)
Tameka Butt (Brisbane Roar / Boston Breakers)
Katrina Gorry (Melbourne Victory / Ottawa Fury)
Alanna Kennedy (Newcastle Jets)
Ashley Brown (Melbourne Victory)
Caitlin Foord (Sydney FC)
Emily Gielnik (Brisbane Roar / Liverpool)
Kathryn Gill (Perth Glory)
Kyah Simon (Sydney FC / Boston Breakers)
Sarah Walsh (Sydney FC)
John Boultbee is set to relinquish his role as Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) Head of National Teams to take up a role as honorary head of World Rowing (FISA).