MELBOURNE, March 14 (Reuters) - Australia will complete their World Cup preparations with a warm-up match against Liechtenstein on June 7.
The friendly will be held in the southern German town of Ulm, close to the Australian team's base camp, a spokesman for the Football Federation of Australia said on Tuesday.
The Australians are also due to play a warm-up against European champions Greece in Melbourne on May 25 then a friendly against the Netherlands in Rotterdam on June 4 before travelling to Germany.
Australia's opening World Cup match is against Japan in Kaiserslautern on June 12. They are due to play Brazil in Munich on June 18 then Croatia in Stuttgart four days later.