World Cup winners Spain will meet quarter-finalists Argentina in a high-profile friendly in Buenos Aires on September 7.
The Argentinian Football Association confirmed they would play host to the world and European champions as part of the Bicentenary celebrations of the May Revolution of 1810. The match will take place at River Plate's El Monumental stadium.
It will be the first match for Spain since they became world champions for the first time after beating the Netherlands 1-0 in the World Cup final in South Africa.
Diego Maradona's Argentina impressed many with their attacking football at the tournament but they were undone tactically by a ruthless German side, who beat them 4-0 before succuming to Spain in the semi-finals.
The last meeting between Spain and Argentina ended in a 2-1 victory for the Spanish, in a friendly in Madrid last year.