Glasgow Rangers will face either FC Prishtina of Kosovo or Gibraltar side St Joseph's in the first round, the return leg expected to be at Ibrox.
Some Glasgow Rangers fans have reacted to news of the Ibrox club being drawn against the winner of the Europa League preliminary round tie between FC Prishtina of Kosovo or Gibraltar side St Joseph's in the first round of the competition.
According to BBC Sport, Steven Gerrard's charges will play the first leg away from home on July 11, with the return leg taking place at Ibrox on July 18, and Bears fans will find out in the next fortnight which of the two sides will be confirmed as Gers' opponents.
Prishtina, who play at the 13,500-seater Fadil Vokrri Stadium, are the current runners-up in the Kosovan Superleague - ranked 52nd in UEFA's rankings - and this their third foray into the Europa League after Kosovo were granted UEFA recognition.
As for St Joseph's, who call the 2,300-capacity Victoria Stadium home, they finished third in last season's Gibraltarian Premier Division - ranked 47th in UEFA's rankings - behind Lincoln Red Imps and Europa, and like Prishtina, it's their third time in the Europa League.
Here is how some Rangers fans reacted on Twitter to the prospect of playing either of those two teams:
Announce pay rise for graphics guy— Rossco (@rsjh0501) 18 June 2019
Nah, we want progres— CJ (@Cjnovo992) 18 June 2019
Draw it again
We want Progres. Do the draw again— Kyle Morrison (@KyleMo1872) 18 June 2019
Great draw— shug (@hughmiller2) 18 June 2019
tough one who ever we get, stevos boys better be ready, ainy no easy games in europe now....— freealba (@like_en_ken) 18 June 2019
Announce more announcements ✅— Lennox Richardson (@lennyrfc) 18 June 2019
Mon the st Joseph's wee trip to GIB would be lovely not been for a few years— darran (@gynoshwad) 18 June 2019
The draw for the second round of the competition will take place tomorrow afternoon.
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