The two nations will be competing for the Celtic Cup, and will be the first ever wheelchair rugby league international held in Scotland in the sport’s short history in the country.
Tayside is something of a hotbed of wheelchair rugby league, with the Dundee Dragons representing the region.
“We are delighted to be able to announce what will be an historic day in Dundee,” said Scotland coach Jamie Seery.
“We have been working with Ireland to ensure we provide a great experience for the spectators, many of whom will have never have seen the sport before.
“This is set to be our biggest year yet with these internationals, followed by the European Championships later in the year.”
Dundee Dragons coach Kevin Rattray was delighted that such an occasion was coming to his home town.
“I’m sure the spectators will enjoy the speed of thought and action needed to reach the highest level of the sport.
“The match will be perfect preparation for the teams as they ready themselves for the forthcoming European Championship.”