Gomel to face Reds.
The Belarusians booked their passage with a 2-1 aggregate win over FK Renova of Macedonia. Gomel led 2-0 after the first leg and narrowly held on to go through.
Managed by Oleg Kubarev, they finished third in the Belarusian Premier League last year.
Their home ground, the Central Stadion in Gomel, Belarus has a capacity of 14,307.
The first leg of Liverpool''s tie will take place in Gomel on August 2 (kick-off 7pm UK time). The second leg at Anfield on August 9 will kick-off at 8.05pm.