The Caltex Socceroos are heading back to Brisbane.
On November 17, Australia return to the scene of their AFC Asian Cup 2015 Quarter Final success to meet the team they ultimately beat in the decider, Korea Republic.
The friendly will be Graham Arnold's first in charge and marks a major step in the team's journey to defending their continental crown in the United Arab Emirates this coming January.
"I have to say it's one of my favourite stadiums in the country," Arnold said of Suncorp Stadium.
"We're expecting a wonderful crowd. Fans in the past have always brought a great amount of noise."
With excitement already building, here's how Tuesday's announcement was received on social media...
The event is supported by the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council.
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