Rangers will travel to Forres to play the Highland League side in the Scottish Cup.
Questions had been hanging over the tie and suggestions had been made that it may be moved to Inverness Caledonia Thistle’s stadium due to the size of Forres Mechanic’s ground.
Following a meeting on Tuesday night, Mechanics officials confirmed the tie will be played at Mosset Park - which has a capacity of just under 1500.
Club secretary Dave McDonald said: “Yes we are playing the game at Mossat Park. I think it’s great that the game is going ahead at Forres and it gives our supports that go to the games every week the chance to come and see a big match.
“Rangers are drawing big crowds at the moment hopefully it will be a fantastic tie and we eventually we come out winners.
“Our ground holds 1476 and we’ll be expecting that to sell out.
“We still have to finalise the finer details with regard to the game itself. There’s been a lot of dialogue between the time the draw was made and now with the various agencies.
“It’s certainly a good financial boost for the club and the prestige of playing Rangers on your home ground. It’s a huge boost.
“It will be good day for Forres. The shopkeepers are speaking about it at the moment and looking forward to the tie and will bring business to the various shops in the town.
“It will benefit the whole town at the end of the day. Leading up the game as well as on the day.”
The tie will be played on Saturday, September 29.