The game will act as the Matildas farewell friendly.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow at 12pm AEDT and the match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports and SBS Viceland.

Thailand is ranked 30th in the world and will also compete at the Asian Cup in Group A alongside hosts Jordan, Philippines and China PR. 

Thailand secured qualification for the Asian Cup after topping their qualification group, and have played 19 friendly or competitive matches in the last 14 months.

FFA Chief Executive Officer, David Gallop, is delighted that the Matildas will play in Perth.

“Over the past 12 months the Westfield Matildas have gone from strength to strength both on and off the pitch,” said Gallop.

“Following the team’s triumphant display at the inaugural Tournament of Nations in the United States, our girls have played and performed exceptionally in front of strong crowds in New South Wales and Victoria.

“Now it’s Western Australia’s turn to see the Westfield Matildas in their backyard," he said.

Matildas Head Coach, Alen Stajcic, said the friendly against Thailand will provide a timely tune-up for his team ahead of the Asian Cup. 

“There is a concerted effort going into developing Thai football domestically and internationally, so this will be a solid hit out for our squad before we venture to Amman where we will be aiming to win the AFC Women’s Asian Cup for a second time,” he said.

The confirmation came earlier today when Stajcic announced his 25-player preliminary squad for the Algarve Cup.