Rangers have been drawn away to Lincoln Red Imps in the Europa League second qualifying round.
Aberdeen will travel to Viking of Norway and Motherwell will take on Coleraine in Northern Ireland.
The ties, which are one-off matches and not two-legged, will be played on Thursday, September 17.
Lincoln Red Imps shocked Celtic 1-0 in Gibraltar in July 2016, before losing the second leg of the Champions League qualifier 3-0.
Aberdeen have previously come up against Viking in a friendly, beating them 2-1 in 2015.
Motherwell’s opposition Coleraine, managed by former St Mirren manager Oran Kearney, enter their tie having beaten Maribor on penalties after a 1-1 draw on Thursday.
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