The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has released the goalball competition schedule ahead of next month's World Games in Seoul.
The men's tournament is set to get under way on May 10 as Paralympic bronze medallists Turkey face Mexico, before hosts South Korea meet European silver medallists Spain in Pool A.
In Pool B, goalball heavyweights Lithuania take on Venezuela after which Iran go up against Australia.
The following day's action sees the Czech Republic face Egypt and Germany meet Sweden in Pool A, while China take on Belgium and Canada go up against Japan in Pool B.
The women's tournament is due to start on May 11 with the first match in Pool X pitting Paralympic silver medallists China against an up and coming Ghana for the first time.
Israel meet Spain shortly after, while later in the day Finland open their campaign against Greece and Ukraine face Denmark.
Paralympic champions Japan go head-to-head with Algeria in the first Pool Y encounter, followed by hosts South Korea's meeting with Canada, Australia's clash with Great Britain and Germany's tie against Paralympic bronze medallists Sweden.
The medal matches are due to be played on May 17.
Finland claimed the men's crown at the 2011 World Games in Antalya, with hosts Turkey and Canada taking the silver and bronze medals respectively.
Canada are the reigning women's champions and were joined on the podium by second-placed Finland and third-placed Turkey four years ago.
The fifth edition of the IBSA World Games could be the biggest as around 1,000 blind and partially sighted athletes are due to compete across 10 disciplines.
Athletics, swimming, judo, blind football, partially sighted football, ten-pin bowling, showdown, powerlifting and chess will also feature as part of the 10-day event from May 8 to 18.
The full goalball schedule can be found by clicking here.
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