Jersey will take on a Republic of Ireland amateur representative side as part of their preparations for next year's Uefa Regions Cup.
The match in Ireland on Saturday, 27 October is a warm up for the international tournament in San Marino.
Jersey will represent England at the event next March after winning the FA Inter-League Cup.
"The Ireland match is a very exciting opportunity," said Jersey Football Combination president Tim Darwin.
"It's a great thing to be part of and the match ticks all the boxes."
The game in Ireland has been arranged after a proposed preparation trip to Malta fell through.
A venue for the match, featuring players who have never had professional contracts, is still to be finalised.