Italy will play their final pre-Euro 2016 test against Finland on June 6.
A venue has not yet been confirmed for the friendly match, but it will kick off on Monday June 6 at 19.45 GMT.
It will be the 13th meeting between these two nations on a football field.
So far the Azzurri have lost only once, the first in Sweden’s Olympic Games on June 6 1912, along with 10 victories and a draw.
Their most recent encounter was a friendly in Messina on November 17 2004, decided 1-0 by Fabrizio Miccoli’s strike.
In the build-up to Euro 2016, Italy will host Spain at the Dacia Arena in Udine on March 24, then visit World Cup holders Germany in Munich on March 29.
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