Western United has transferred a Hyundai A-League home game from Geelong to the Whitten Oval on Sunday, January 26.
The Footscray ground joins Geelong's GMHBA Stadium and Mars Stadium in Ballarat as home venues in its first season.
Western United originally scheduled eight games for Geelong, with the Australia Day fixture the last.
United plays Adelaide United the round 16 encounter.
Club chief executive officer CEO Chris Pehlivanis said a primary Western United objective was to take top-class football to the whole community of the greater west, which was why the green and black were playing in Geelong and Ballarat this season and had plans for a boutique stadium in Tarneit.
"We will continue to be a club for all who call the west home as we take this journey together."
He said relocating a game to Whitten Oval gave the club's growing fanbase an opportunity to taste the Hyundai A-League at another family friendly, community venue in the west.
"Hosting A-League football at Whitten Oval is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the broad capability of our venue and to connect with a new audience," Western Bulldogs AFL chief executive officer Ameet Bains said.
"We were pleased to work with Western United and look forward to helping them to ensure the event is a success."
Western United played in Ballarat for premiership points for the first time on December 28, losing to Wellington Phoenix 3-1.