Rangers now know the 14 teams they could face in the last 32 of the Europa League.
Steven Gerrard’s men secured their place in the knockout stages after drawing 1-1 with Young Boys in their final group game tonight.
Rangers knew going in that avoiding defeat would see them advance.
They would have been eyeing a victory to take top spot in the group over Young Boys, Porto and Feyenoord.
Rangers were heading for that after Alfredo Morelos fired them into a first-half lead.
But they were unable to hold on to that lead, conceding an own goal through Borna Barisic late on.
Going through is the most important thing though – and with all games now finished, Gerrard’s side know who they could face after Christmas:
Ajax, Basel, Espanyol, Lask, Salzburg, Arsenal, Benfica, Gent, Malmo, Sevilla, Basaksehir, Braga, Inter Milan or Manchester United.
There are some huge clubs in there, including Ajax, Salzburg, Inter Milan and Benfica – who all drop down from the Champions League.
The draw for the last 32 will be made on Monday afternoon.
Rangers fans – who do you want to draw?