Real Madrid will face city rivals Atletico in an all-Spanish European Super Cup on August 14.
Atleti’s 3-0 victory over Olympique Marseille in the Europa League Final last week was followed by Madrid beating Liverpool 3-0 on Saturday to lift the Champions League.
The match will be played at Tallinn’s LilleKule Arena, marking the first time both sides will contest an official game in Estonia.
Los Blancos won the previous Super Cup, courtesy of a 2-1 win against Manchester United nine months ago.
They will also represent Europe once more in the Club World Cup, which kicks off on December 12.