England coach Eddie Jones will be in charge of the Barbarians for the first time when they line-up against Fiji at Twickenham Stadium on 16th November.
The game will also be the first in UK following the World Cup in Japan that concludes on 2nd November and will be the only Autumn International game played at Twickenham Stadium this year.
The 59-year-old coached Australia to 2003 World Cup final when they lost to England and was the assistant coach of South Africa when they clinched the 2007 showpiece event. He also guided Japan to a historic win over the Springboks in 2015 World Cup and helped England to their first Grand Slam Six Nations title in 2016.
"It's a huge honour to be invited to coach the Barbarians," said Jones.
"The club perfectly embodies the values and traditions of the sport and fans can expect to see an exciting match between two sides who like to play end-to-end running rugby.
"2019 is a massive year for international rugby and I'm looking forward to returning to Twickenham after a successful World Cup campaign to coach a Barbarians team containing some of the stars of the tournament."
The last time these two teams met was in 2013 when Barbarians went on to beat Fiji 43-19.