Washington, D.C is our destination to play for the new trophy being established as part of a plan to match clubs from capital cities worldwide in friendly competition.
The Major League Soccer outfit were the visitors to the Lane for the Tottenham Tribute Match back in October.
The game has been organised with the assistance of Spurs legend Jurgen - who played again at the Lane in that match - and his company Soccer Solutions.
As well as the match, our itinerary will include a series of coaching seminars in and around Washington, D.C.
World Cup winner Jurgen reported: "They are very excited that Tottenham is coming back to play a second game.
"They are looking forward to it, they are proud of it and believe there is a chance to grow stronger relationships with Spurs.
"They are also pleased they can show Spurs their infrastructure and their way of working after going to Tottenham last year.
"DC are one of the bigger teams of the MLS. They twice won the title under Bruce Arena, who is now the national coach and they are regarded as one of the top franchises in the league.
"They have a great following as well, more than 20,000 regularly, which is great for the MLS."
Jurgen Klinsmann says DC United are looking forward to showing us how it's done Stateside when we travel to the US for the Capital Cup next week.