Indonesia national team will play an away international friendly match against Cambodia in Phnom Penh on June 8.
The game, which will take a place at Olympic Stadium was confirmed by the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) on Friday.
According to PSSI’s director media and international relationship Hanif Thamrin, Indonesia will send majority players from U-22 squad as part of their of their preparations for 2017 SEA Games in Malaysia.
“For this game there will be five senior players will get call-up. The rest of squad will be from U-22 team,” he told Goal Indonesia.
This will be the second international game for Indonesia after the country’s FIFA ban was lifted in May last year. Previously in March, Luis Milla’s men lost 3-1 in a home friendly against Myanmar.