The U.S. women's national team will play Canada at Livestrong Sporting Park next month in its first match since a dramatic shootout loss to Japan in the World Cup final.

The teams will play at the new home of Sporting Kansas City on Sept. 17.

Led by Abby Wambach and Hope Solo, the Americans rebounded from a stunning loss to Sweden in the World Cup group stage to knock off tournament favorite Brazil in the quarterfinals.

The U.S. team coasted past France in the semifinals and twice was on the cusp of beating Japan. Aya Miyama forced extra time with an equalizer in the 81st minute, and Homare Sawa answered Wambach's goal in the 117th minute to force penalty kicks. Japan went on to win the shootout.

Canada lost all three of its games in the group stage in Germany.