A Dublin friendly against the United States was announced for November 18 by the FAI yesterday, with Ireland manager O’Neill sure to relish the clash with opposite number Klinsmann.
The US qualified for the World Cup, where they survived a tough group from which Ghana and Portugal failed to advance. German coach Klinsmann’s team then fell to Belgium after extra time in a dramatic second-round match.
The autumn clash will be played at the Aviva Stadium, the FAI said in a statement.
It will follow four days on from the Ireland’s Euro 2016 qualifying match against Scotland at Parkhead in Glasgow.
Before the November fixtures, Ireland have a friendly against Oman on September 3 followed by European Championship qualifiers against Georgia, Gibraltar and Germany.