The All Whites will face Myanmar on September 7th in Yangon, New Zealand Football has confirmed.
Coach Anthony Hudson's New Zealand side will travel to the Asian nation for a week-long camp in the build-up to the international clash.
NZ Football high performance director Fred de Jong said the September game is another important one for the team on the road to qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
"We're delighted to have secured another opponent from the strong Asian Confederation for the FIFA window in September," de Jong said.
"Crucially, the fixture also includes provision for another extended camp in Myanmar as Anthony and the team continue to build towards the first Oceania qualifying step on the road to Russia.
"We are working on further fixtures for the FIFA Windows later in the year and we expect to be in a position to announce these shortly."
Playing in their opening 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in June; Myanmar were beaten 2-0 by Korea Republic after a 2-2 draw with Laos and a 1-0 defeat to Cambodia.
The All Whites have met Myanmar twice before, with a 2-0 win coming in Seoul in 1976 before a 1-1 draw in Kuala Lumpur in 1980.
The men's Under-20 side faced Myanmar in the group stage of the recent FIFA Under-20 World Cup, the Junior All Whites claiming a 5-1 win in Wellington.