The Polish national football team will play in Wroclaw for the second time this year when they take on Slovenia on Monday November 14th.
The news will no doubt be welcomed by Stadion Wroclaw, who will be expecting another sell-out on the back of the full houses for concerts featuring Rammstein and Iron Maiden, plus Poland's previous games here against the Czech Republic and Finland.
According to reports, among those in attendance at the match will be UEFA's new president from Slovenia, Aleksander Ceferin.
Providing Poland's head coach Adam Nawałka plays his strongest team, fans who gather at Stadion Wroclaw will have the chance to see Champions League stars such as Lewandowski, Milik, Zielinski, Piszczek, Krychowiak and Glik.
Earlier this week Lewandowski netted in Bayern's 5-0 win against Rostov, while Milik scored two for Napoli in their victory over Dynamo Kiev. All of the aforementioned players featured in victories for their sides in the Champions League this week (with the exception of Krychowiak, who played in Paris St Germain's 1-1 draw with Arsenal).
The Polish footballers playing for Legia Warsawa had a torrid time however, losing 6-0 to German giants Borrusia Dortmund.
No ticket details are available yet, however the last time Poland played against Finland in March the tickets were priced between 50 and 90zl.