Liverpool will visit Thailand as part of their 2013 pre-season tour presented by Standard Chartered.
The Reds, who last visited Thailand in 2009, will play a match in Bangkok's Rajamangala National Stadium on Sunday, July 28.
Liverpool FC are estimated to have more than 14 million followers in Thailand and this summer's visit will form just one element of a programme of activity - on and off the pitch - that the club is delivering to bring the team closer to Thai supporters.
The club will be bringing staff from the Liverpool FC Foundation to carry out work in the community during the visit whilst an official Liverpool FC website and Facebook page in Thai will be unveiled prior to the match to complement the official LFC Thailand Twitter account - @ThaiLFC - launched in November 2012.
Ian Ayre, Liverpool FC managing director, said: "Our last visit to Thailand was during the pre-season tour in 2009, when we received such a warm welcome from our fans. We first went to Thailand in 2001 and this will be our fourth visit to the country, which we feel demonstrates our commitment to our fans in Thailand. Since our last visit, we have created strategic partnerships to maintain the club's presence in the region."
Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers added: "The players who went on the last tour to Thailand are really excited about going back. I've heard a lot about the passion and dedication of the fans in Thailand and we plan to bring them some great football."
Stephen Atkinson, group head of corporate affairs at Standard Chartered, said: "When we took Liverpool FC to Asia in July 2011, there was a phenomenal reaction from the club's Asian fans. We know that the Reds enjoy a great deal of support in Thailand as well, so we're looking forward to giving our staff and customers there the opportunity to meet their heroes and watch the team in action."