Rangers will play East Fife in the first round of the Scottish Communties League Cup.
The Ibrox club’s participation is dependent on the Scottish Football Association granting Charles Green’s newco the necessary membership to play football.
First Minister Alex Salmond conducted the draw, at Stenhousemuir's Ochilview Park for the matches which will be played on Saturday, August 4.
Second Division pair Queen of the South and Alloa Athletic were first out the hat with Allan Johnston’s side handed home advantage.
Last season's semi-finalists Falkirk and Ayr United have been handed ties against Elgin City and Clyde respectively.
The seven Scottish Premier League clubs not participating in European competition this season will enter at the second round stage. Celtic, Dundee United, Hearts, Motherwell and St Johnstone join in the third round.
Kilmarnock are the current holders, having won the tournament for the first time in their history when they defeated Celtic 1-0 at Hampden in March this year.
Draw in full
Queen of the South v Alloa
Stranraer v Livingston
Raith Rovers v Berwick Rangers
Peterhead v Dundee
Stenhousemuir v Brechin City
Montrose v Cowdenbeath
Ayr v Clyde
Queen’s Park v Airdrie United
Dumbarton v Albion Rovers
Forfar Athletic v Partick Thistle
Falkirk v Elgin City
Rangers v East Fife
Hamilton Academical v Annan Athletic
East Stirlingshire v Greenock Morton
Arbroath v Stirling Albion
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