Australia will take on United States at The Home Depot Center in California on 17 September, Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced.
Arranged for the US team's post-Olympic return, the match will kick off at 5.30am (AEST).
The Matildas are looking for their first ever win against world number one-ranked United States, which has won 20 of the 22 matches played between the two sides.
Australia will be without Heather Garriock (pregnant) and the injured Ellise Kellond-Knight and Lydia Williams for the match, but will be able to call on United States-based stars Kyah Simon and Emily van Egmond.
The first match between Australia and USA resulted in a 6-0 win to the US on 16 December, 1987, in Taipei, Taiwan.A likely second match will be announced against the USA team in the coming days.
Brianna Davey saved two penalties as the Matildas beat New Zealand’s Football Ferns 4-2 on penalties to seal the Centenary Cup after the clash had finished 1-1 after 90 minutes at Canberra’s McKeller Park on Sunday.