On Wednesday 12 January 2022, the Luxembourg Football Federation confirmed that their senior men's team will play a friendly against Northern Ireland on Friday 25 March 2022 at the Stade de Luxembourg.
The match will be played as part of their preparations for the UEFA Nations League 2022-23 that includes group games being played in June and in September 2022 against Turkey, Lithuania and the Faroe Islands.
Luxembourg's last match at the stadium was on 14 November 2021 against the Republic of Ireland in their final World Cup qualifier, when the visitors won 3-0.
The time of the match is yet to be confirmed.
Tickets are not yet for sale for this match; when they are, they will be available at https://www.stadedeluxembourg.lu/en
Luxembourg may also arrange second friendly match for the Red Devils during the international window; however, no details have yet been confirmed.
Ian Baraclough, Northern Ireland's manager, said "This will be a welcome test for the team and a good way to kick off our year. We know this Luxembourg side can cause problems and we will be preparing thoroughly to make sure we're at our very best."
Luxembourg and Northern Ireland last met in a friendly match in September 2019, with Luxembourg losing 1-0 courtesy of a Kevin Malget own-goal.