The Red Bulls will face Club Deportivo Olimpia of Honduras in the CONCACAF Champions League Round of 16.
Their foes were determined by a live draw on Monday night in Miami.
New York will travel to Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán for the first leg before hosting the second leg at Red Bull Arena.
The dates have not be set yet.
Olimpia was the regular season leaders of the Clausura and Apertura in 2016-17. The Honduran side won the Clausura back in 2015-16 but failed to replicate that success in 2016-17 after it was eliminated in the Clausura and Apertura playoffs. Olimpia is a CCL veterans. The team won the tournament in 1972 and 1988, while it also made an appearance in the tournament last year but was ousted in the group stage. The Honduran powerhouse won the inaugural 2017 CONCACAF League last year to earn itself a spot in the CONCACAF Champions League.
“The New York Red Bulls are proud to represent Major League Soccer in the CONCACAF Champions League once again, and we look forward to an exciting and competitive series against Club Deportivo Olimpia,” Red Bulls sporting director Denis Hamlett said in a statement. “I know Jesse and our staff will have our team ready to compete, and we know our fans will be ready for the home leg at Red Bull Arena.”
The 2018 edition of the tournament features a new format, with MLS and Liga MX teams advancing directly to the two-legged knockout round stages.
The Red Bulls are competing in CONCACAF Champions League for the fourth time. They have accrued a 3-3-6 record and gone as far as the CCL quarterfinals last year. New York advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time in team history after defeating both Alianza Futbol Club and Antigua Guatemala Futbol Club in the group stage.
Red Bulls goalkeepers Ryan Meara and Luis Robles have experience in the tournament. Meara owns a 2-2-1 mark and three shutouts, while Robles is 1-1-3 and has two clean sheets.