West Ham United can confirm ticket details for the pre-season fixture with League of Ireland Premier Division side Cork City on Sunday 7 July.
The match, which will kick-off at 6pm at the Rebel Army's Turners Cross home, will be the first chance to see the Hammers in action as they prepare for the 2013/14 season.
Tickets will be priced at €15 for Adults, €10 for Juveniles and €5 for Under 13s/Senior Citizens.
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Founded in 1984, Cork City FC is the leading club in the Republic of Ireland's second-largest city and is currently in its second season back in Ireland's summertime top-flight.
Cork has long been a hotbed of Irish football, with clubs such as League of Ireland winners Cork Hibernian and Cork Celtic being among the country's best during the 1970s, attracting the likes of West Ham legend Sir Geoff Hurst and George Best to play in the city in the 1970s. In 1985, Hammers and England great Sir Trevor Brooking turned out twice for Cork City.
Cork City have twice won the League of Ireland Premier Division, most recently in 2005.
Following a period of financial turmoil, the club was rescued by FORAS, a Supporters Trust, in early 2010, and began life as a supporter-owned club in the First Division. The club returned to the Premier Division in dramatic style in 2011, winning the First Division thanks to an injury-time winning goal on the final day of the season against Shelbourne.
The club finished in sixth place in their first season back in the Premier Division in 2012, and will be looking to improve on that this season. City made a good start to the 2013 season, qualifying for the semi-finals of the cross-border Setanta Sports Cup, where they lost out on away goals in injury time to Shamrock Rovers.
Cork City are proud of having produced several players who have gone on to enjoy success, with current Republic of Ireland internationals Kevin Doyle (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Shane Long (West Bromwich Albion) and David Meyler (Hull City) all having played for the club before moving to English football.
The current squad features a mixture of youth and experience, exemplified in midfield where 21-year-old Gearóid Morrissey, who spent two years at Blackburn Rovers, lines up alongside former Celtic and Sunderland star Colin Healy, who has been capped 13 times at senior level.
Other players in the squad include full-back Danny Murphy, who spent a number of years with West Ham at youth level in the 1990s, central defender Darren Dennehy (ex-Everton, Cardiff City and Barnet), winger Adam Rundle (ex-Darlington, Rochdale and Carlisle United) and the versatile Under-21 international John Dunleavy, who spent a number of years with Wolves.