The suburban San Diego location was the site of the first round tie between the United States and Romania in 2006, which the United States beat Romania before a sold-out crowd.
The site was chosen Thursday by the U.S. Tennis Association.
The U.S. team leads the overall series, 7-4, after beating the Germans 3-2 in the first round in 2006 at Ettenheim.
The USTA, the governing body for women's tennis in this country, will construct a temporary stadium for the two-day event, to accommodate an expected overflow crowd.
The opposing players have not been named by either coach.
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