Irish football club FC Twente have been selected as a potential World Cup qualifier in South Korea.
The Irish contingent will be joined by representatives of the US, South Korea and China as well as the Republic of Ireland and New Zealand.
Fixtures are due to be announced in mid-December.
It comes after Twente lost their first match of the season on penalties to FC Ingolstadt on Tuesday.FIFA announced the decision on Thursday, while the International Football Association Board (IFAB) confirmed that the club would be given a one-year ban.
The ban will run until June 2021, which means the 20-year-old is not allowed to play in the World Cup.
Twente will play their matches in front of a home crowd of just over 50,000, although they are expected to attract a sizeable crowd in South Korean stadiums.
Fellow South Korean club FC Seoul has also been named as a possible World Cup qualification opponent.