Bayern Munich goalkeeper Butt was surprisingly called up as a replacement for No. 1 Rene Adler, who ruled himself out of selection after undergoing rib surgery.
The 35-year-old, who won the last of his three international caps in June 2003, will act as understudy to Manuel Neuer and Werder Bremen's Tim Wiese.
Butt has had an excellent season with Bayern Munich and has played a key role in their Bundesliga title challenge and progress to the UEFA Champions League final.
Having started his career at Oldenburg in 1994, Butt moved on to Hamburg, Bayer Leverkusen and Benfica before joining Bayern in 2008.
He appeared in Leverkusen's 2001/02 Champions League campaign, which ended in a final defeat to Real Madrid, but was forced to move on in 2007, joining Benfica, after losing his first-team place to Adler.
Butt is known for his ability to take penalties and converted from the spot against Juventus in the Champions League last December, while he signed a one-year contract extension at Bayern in February.
The veteran was understudy to Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann at Euro 2000 and the 2002 World Cup.