Poland to meet Korea Republic
The match will take place in the South Korean capital Seoul on 7 October.
Like fellow-hosts Ukraine, Poland have an automatic berth at the 16-nation European championships and so must rely on friendlies to hone their skills.
Last week, the Poles almost pulled off a major upset against Germany, who they have never beaten, before a extra-time goal by the visitors saw the match end 2-2.
That result, on a back of a 1-1 score at home to Mexico just days earlier, helped ease the pressure on Poland manager Franciszek Smuda.