A 4-1 win over Croatia at the weekend ensured Great Britain, captained by Leon Smith, are back in the elite World Group for the first time since 2008 and their opponents were confirmed in the first-ever live stream on the Davis Cup website.
Elsewhere in the draw defending champions and top seeds Czech Republic were drawn to host the Netherlands while their final opponents in November, Serbia, who are seeded second, will take on Switzerland.
That has set up the prospect of world number one Novak Djokovic meeting Roger Federer.
Third seeds Spain travel to Germany, Canada take on Japan and France will host Australia in the top half of the World Group draw.
In the other half Italy face fourth seeds Argentina and Belgium face a tricky trip to Kazakhstan.
World number three Andy Murray was in irresistible form for Britain over the weekend, winning both his singles matches in straight sets as well as partnering Colin Fleming to doubles success, despite nursing a slight back injury.
It was the Scot's 6-4 6-2 6-4 victory over world number 35 Ivan Dodig in the reverse singles on Sunday which gave Britain an unassailable 3-1 lead, with Dan Evans later defeating Mate Pavic 6-4 7-6 (7/4) to put the gloss on a memorable weekend.
Smith placed a great emphasis on the importance of the competition for the British team and he is looking forward to captaining them in the World Group next year.
Minutes before the draw took place, Smith told the Davis Cup live stream on www.daviscup.com: "It's been really good and a great journey for the past three and a half years.
"But I think I can speak on behalf of the players and the staff that this tournament is like no other.
"The great thing about the Davis Cup is that it's a team effort which requires everyone to play their part.
"When we faced Russia in April we were classed as the underdog but Jonny Marray did well and Andy came in for these games and it's been a great team effort.
"It's the most exciting spectacle. Like what we saw in London at the Olympics, it's time for the fans to get behind the team and it's been character building for the players involved."
Regarding Murray's involvement next year, Smith added: "Yeah, he's very committed. The great thing is it's a time to get the players and staff together to work together and have a good time."