We take a look at the 12 teams taking part in this year's Copa America, where the matches will be played and when the final takes place.
Who is hosting the 2019 Copa America?
This year's tournament will be held in Brazil, the fifth time the South American country has hosted the Copa America. It caps a successful decade of sporting events in Brazil, having staged the 2014 Fifa World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The country will host 26 games at six venues in five cities, with the final to take place at the Maracana in Rio on July 7. The tournament is organised by Conmebol, the South American football governing body.
Who are the Copa America holders?
Chile have won the last two editions of the Copa America. They beat Lionel Messi's Argentina on penalties in the 2015 final on home soil and successfully defended it three years ago when the tournament was held in the United States.
Who are the teams taking part in the 2019 Copa America?
Ten South American teams that qualified and two invitational teams - Japan and Qatar - make up this year's 12-team tournament.
Chile (title holders)
Japan (invited team)
Qatar (invited team)
What are the host cities and venues?
Belo Horizonte: Estadio Mineirao
Porto Alegre: Arena do Gremio
Rio de Janeiro: Estadio do Maracana
Salvador: Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova
Sao Paulo: Arena Corinthians, Estadio do Morumbi
2019 Copa America preparations
The 2019 Copa America is made up of three groups of four teams.
In the knockout stage, if a match is tied after 90 minutes:
In the quarter-finals, extra time is not played, and the match is decided by a penalty shoot-out.
In the semi-finals, third place play-off and final, extra time is played, where a fourth substitute will be allowed for each team. If still tied after extra time, the match is decided by a penalty shoot-out.
Brazil 0-0 Paraguay (Brazil win 4-3 on penalties) - report
The top two finishers from each group and the top two third-place teams advance to the quarter-finals.
When is the 2019 Copa America final?
The final takes place at the world famous Maracana in Rio de Janeiro. The match is slated for a 5pm local time kick off, or midnight in the UAE.
Who to watch out for?
Can Lionel Messi finally win an international tournament to go with the treasure trove of medals collected at Barcelona?
Some believe (this reporter among them) that even if Messi never kicked another ball again, he would still be the greatest player of all time.
Others, and there are plenty of them, believe that to truly surpass the likes of Pele, nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo, and Argentina's other famous No 10 Diego Maradona, that Messi has to win a gold medal at the World Cup or the Copa America go out on his own as the best to ever put boot to ball.
Messi will be 34 by the time the 2022 World Cup rolls around, so you feel this represents his a final chance to lift a trophy with his country.
Scorer of more than 600 goals, including 65 for in Argentina colours, Messi has had opportunities to win this tournament before, losing two finals, in 2008 and 2016. He also finished a runner-up at the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.
With Neymar ruled out for the hosts Brazil with an ankle injury, Messi may sense it's his best chance to win that elusive international trophy.