The Socceroos haven't played in Canberra since hosting a World Cup qualifier against Kyrgyzstan in 2015, but they're returning soon.
Canberra is set to host three football internationals including a Socceroos qualifier for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Socceroos haven't played in Canberra since hosting a World Cup qualifier against Kyrgyzstan in 2015.
But Capital Football chief executive Phil Brown said on Friday the national capital would host Graham Arnold's men for a round two qualifier.
As well, the Matildas would play either an international friendly or as part of the Cup of Nations, and the Young Matildas are also lined up for an international fixture.
The match schedule is still being worked out.
"There will be a host of world-class football for spectators to enjoy and to inspire the next generation of players," Mr Brown said.
The Matildas used to be based at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.
The ACT government in its budget earlier this week allocated support for the internationals, as well as $20 million towards a new $24.5 million facility set to become the new Capital Football headquarters.
The facility is due to be completed in 2021.