Liberia will begin the 2022 World Cup qualifiers away to Nigeria between 5-8 June in Group ‘C’.
It will be the 15th meeting with the Super Eagles having won nine, drawn two and lost three matches.
Their last meeting was a 2-1 victory over Liberia in an international friendly at the Samuel Kanyon Doe sports complex in Paynesville on 11 September 2018.
Liberia will have back-to-back games in Monrovia, including a first-ever meeting the Central African Republic (CAR) between 11-14 June and Cape Verde between 1-4 September.
The Islanders and Liberia have met four times with two victories at piece.
The compact qualifiers end in October with a trip to Bangui to take on CAR.
Liberia head coach Peter Butler kicked-off his preparations against Saudi Arabia under-23 with a 3-2 defeat on 27 March and goalless draw on 30 March in Riyadh.