RANGERS will play their Florida Cup clashes at the Orlando City Stadium and Spectrum Stadium when they head Stateside in January.

The Light Blues have been drawn to face Atlético Mineiro and SC Corinthians as part of their schedule during the Premiership shutdown next year.

After meeting Celtic at Parkhead in the second Old Firm fixture of the campaign on Saturday, December 30, Rangers will turn their attentions to the Florida Cup.

The likes of PSV Eindhoven and Legia Warsaw have also signed up for the competition and the Gers will face two Brazilian tests during their stint in the States.

Fluminense are the third competitors from the Brasileiro Série A, while Colombian outfit Atletico Nacional and Barcelona SC from Ecuador will also be in action.

Rangers’ clash with Atletico Mineiro on January 11 will be played at the 25,500-seat Orlando City Stadium, home of the Major League Soccer side and National Women’s Soccer League outfit Orlando Pride.

And the Gers will return to action two days later to face Corinthians at the Spectrum Stadium on the University of Central Florida campus.

Florida Cup CEO Ricardo Villar said: “As the Florida Cup has grown in participation and popularity, so has caliber of premier facilities that host these games. We are thrilled to bring our games to another new world class venue in 2018.

“The Orlando City stadium will host the first two matches of the 2018 event in their beautiful home, and it will be a great experience for fans and players.

“We are also thrilled to return to the familiar stellar grounds at UCF’s Spectrum Stadium, Central Broward Stadium and Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg.

“We are grateful for the outstanding partnerships with each of our venues, and together we are committed to delivering an unforgettable matchday experience for all our fans and players.”