The first time a college football game was played at the new Levi’s Stadium was in 2011, when the defending national champions, Stanford and the defending Rose Bowl champions, Oregon, met in a game at the Rose Bowl.
That was also the last time the Cardinal and the Ducks played at Levi’s.
Now, the teams will meet again for the first time since 2011, with the Cardinal taking on the defending champions, the Cardinal-Trophy, on Dec. 6 in Pasadena, California.
The game will be played in what will be the new home of the Los Angeles Rams, who will be back in the Coliseum this season.
The rivalry is a fixture in college football, with two schools meeting for the national championship in 2011.
The rivalry will be a much bigger part of the game as it will play at the Levi’s, which opened in 2016.
The game will feature a host of stars from the two schools, with stars like quarterback Mitch Trubisky, running back Todd Gurley and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, all of whom played at Stanford.
“I can’t say enough about the new venue,” UCLA coach Jim Mora said in a statement.
“We’ve had some great experiences there over the years, but I think the fans have always had an unmatched passion for this game.”
The game is the third matchup between the two teams.
Stanford and Oregon played a memorable game in 2012 in which they won by a combined 21 points.
The two schools have also played each other four times since then, including the 2014 national championship game.