Indonesia national football team will take on Fiji in a home friendly game on next November 2.
Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) confirmed on Wednesday that the Garuda will host the Oceania nation in the one of the two Jakarta’s satelite city, either at Bekasi or Cikarang.
“Against Fiji on November 2, we plan to hold the match at Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium in Bekasi or Wibawa Mukti Stadium in Cikarang,” said the PSSI’s director of media and international relationship, Hanif Thamrin.
This could be the fourth international friendly match for Indonesia after losing the first game 3-1 against Myanmar in March.
Luis Milla’s men will also play an away game against Cambodia on June 6 and host Puerto Rico on June 13 before facing Fiji four months later.