Rangers will play Union Saint-Gilloise in their Champions League third round qualifier.
The Ibrox side will travel to Belgium for the first leg on August 2/3, with the return fixture in Glasgow on August 9.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men were among the seeded sides for the draw after Rangers’ run to the Europa League final last season.
The winners will progress to the play-off stage of the competition.
Should the Ibrox side be unsuccessful in either the third qualifying round or play-off, they will go into the Europa League group stage for a fifth season in a row.
Union finished runners-up in the Belgian league last season behind Club Brugge, but they topped the table after the regular season of 34 matches before points were halved ahead of six-match play-offs.
They returned to the top flight in 2021 following a 48-year absence.
Rangers will kick off their Scottish Premiership campaign against Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena on July 30.
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