The 2020 Copa America marks the first time in the modern history of the tournament that the event is being co-hosted.
Argentina and Colombia were chosen as hosts after
South American football's governing body CONMEBOL turned down an offer from the United States Soccer Federation to hold an expanded 16-team edition.
The 2020 tournament will also see a change in format.
Next year, the tournament will instead see two first round groups of six teams. The top four finishers in each group will qualify for the quarterfinals.
Tournament co-hosts Argentina will kick off the tournament against bitter rivals Chile on June 12 in Buenos Aires.
Australia will open its tournament against Uruguay on June 13.
Qatar, meanwhile, which finished bottom of their group at this year's Copa America to exit in the first round, will open its tournament against Peru on June 14. The June 12-July 12 tournament is the 47th edition of the Copa America, the oldest international competition in world football.
Group A: Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay.
Group B: Colombia, Brazil, Qatar, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru.
Former Brazilian star Juninho Paulista presents the trophy on the stage during the draw of the Copa America 2020 on Tuesday