Melbourne Victory's W-League side will head to South Korea for the inaugural AFC Women's Club Championships at the end of November.
As last year's W-League Premiers for finishing on top of the table, Victory earned an invitation to the round-robin tournament.
They will play against Japanese side Nippon TV Beleza, Chinese team Jiangsu Suning Ladies Football Club and South Korean side Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels.
"Women's football has always been an integral area of development for the AFC and the remarkable success of our teams underlines the incredible strides Asia continues to make in women's football globally, AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said in a statement.
"Competitions is one of the major drivers of development and the Women's Club Championship reinforces our commitment to further strengthen the foundations for the women's game in Asia to scale even greater heights."
The tournament will be held over three match days - November 26, 28 and 30 - with the team that tops the group named champions.
Victory will open their campaign against Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels.
Victory have the W-League bye that weekend.