The Jamaican Reggae Boys will make their first appearance after last year’s World Cup debut when they take on USA at the Mona Bowl at the University of West Indies in Kingston.
The senior international, which will be played for world ranking points, will take place on Saturday 4 November 2023, kick off 3pm (local time).
Jamaica lead coach, Roy Calvert, said: “This upcoming game against the USA will keep our international programme vibrant and moving forward. It is an exciting opportunity for the local players - who are completing a long and gruelling domestic season - to have representative rugby league to look forward to. Team USA have always been tough opponents and we expect to have a good game.”
Sean Rutgerson, USA men’s head coach, added: “We are excited that we to get to travel to Jamaica. It's really important for us to get the win as they have the last two on us, which saw them get to the World Cup at our expense. We are looking forward to getting the squad together and another international game going.”