Liverpool will play Manchester City at New York’s Yankee Stadium as part of this summer’s Guinness International Champions Cup.
Manchester United will also be playing Italian club’s AS Roma and Inter Milan, but their plans could change depending on whether or not they need to play European qualifiers.
Manchester City will also play AC Milan in Pittsburgh and Olympiakos in Minneapolis as part of the eight team tournament that will take place across the U.S.A.
The New York match however stands out as Manchester City prepare to launch their MLS franchise New York City F.C. in 2015.
“City have always enjoyed terrific support across the five boroughs having visited the states many times,” Vincent Kompany told the club’s website.
“The passion of our New York fans was clear for all to see when we played at Yankee Stadium last year.
“It was the highlight of our post-season tour and the players are relishing the opportunity to return for the Guinness International Champions Cup.”
The match against Liverpool will take place on July 30th.
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler was on hand for the press conference in New York adding his backing for the tournament.
“I travelled with the team when we were last in the USA in 2012. It was a phenomenal experience,” he said.
“We did a lot of work in local communities and saw first-hand some fantastic charitable projects in this country.
“To top it off, thousands of fans travelled to see Liverpool play, it was a humbling experience to be part of one of the world’s greatest football families.”