The 25-year-old Chopra had won the Doha leg of Diamond League Meeting series on May 5 with a world leading throw of 88.67m.
“Another Olympic Champion is coming to Hengelo! With a personal best of 89.94m and an Olympic gold medal, javelin thrower @Neeraj_chopra1 is always pushing the limits,” the FBK Games organisers said in their social media handles.
The FBK Games, a World Athletics Continental Tour Gold level meet, took its name from Fanny Blankers-Koen, who won four gold medals at the 1948 Olympic Games in London.
Chopra, the reigning Diamond League champion, is set to face reigning world champion Anderson Peters again at the FBK Games, which will be the second meeting in one month between the world’s top two javelin throwers.
Peters had finished third in Doha with a best throw of 85.88m, while Olympic silver medallist Jakub Vadlejch of Czech Republic was second with 88.63m.
After finishing third in Doha, Peters had said that his next competition will be at Hengelo.
Last year, Chopra finished second behind Peters in the World Championships in USA and the duo are set to continue their rivalry this year also. Chopra, who is currently training at Antalya in Turkey, will also take part in the Ostrava Golden Spike event in Czech Republic, another World Athletics Continental Tour Gold level meet, on June 27.