Germany have line-up a friendly against Cameroon to test their side against an African opposition in preparation towards the clash with Ghana at 2014 World Cup.
The Europeans will play fellow World Cup finalist the Indomitable Lions in one of its final warm-ups for the tournament in Brazil.
The match is scheduled for June 1 in Moenchengladbach.
Germany also plays Poland on May 13 and is looking for an opponent for a June 6 match, one day before departing for Brazil.
German Football Federation general secretary Helmut Sandrock says the coaching staff wanted Germany to play against a “strong African team” ahead of the tournament.
Germany’s group includes another African team, Ghana. Cameroon is in the same group as World Cup host Brazil and is coached by a German, Volker Finke.
Germany’s other group rivals are Portugal and the United States. Cameroon also plays Mexico and Croatia.