The Kiwis will take in the historic surrounds of Anfield for the second of their three Tests against England next year.
In a three-Test series announced on Thursday (NZT), New Zealand will face the northern hemisphere giants in clashes at Hull on October 27, Liverpool FC's Anfield on November 3 and Leeds on November 11.
They are the first Test matches to be confirmed for the Kiwis since their humiliating 4-2 Rugby League World Cup quarter-final loss to Fiji.
English boss and NRL-based supercoach Wayne Bennett - currently preparing his side for a World Cup semi-final against Tonga - was pleased by the news.
"International rugby league is the pinnacle in any player's career and it's good to see a traditional Test series confirmed," Bennett said.
"Games between England and New Zealand always deliver plenty of entertainment and drama, and I expect next year's series will be no different."
New Zealand Rugby League chief Alex Hayton says the tour would serve as a fresh testing ground for newly blooded players.
The last series between the sides, in 2015, produced a 2-1 victory to England.
However, the Kiwis won their last encounter 17-16 in the 2016 Four Nations, before going on to lose the final to Australia.