Brazil are the defending Copa América Femenina champions ©Getty Images

Hosts Colombia will be up against Paraguay as the 2022 Copa América Femenina begins tomorrow.

Bolivia will take on Ecuador in the other match of the day in the 9th edition of the tournament, which also acts as the South American qualifier for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

With three places for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games on offer and the finalists earning a spot at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Copa América Femenina is going to be a hotly contested tournament.

Chile join the four teams in group A while defending champions Brazil will play against Peru, Venezuela, Argentina, and Uruguay in group B.

Colombia will be counting on home advantage with their toughest opponent in the group stage mostly being Chile.

The hosts won 5-1 when they faced opening day opponents Paraguay in the last edition of the tournament.

Ecuador and Paraguay are also improving while Bolivia looks like the weakest side in group A.

Brazil’s match against Argentina in group B will be a blockbuster as always.

Uruguay against Venezuela will also be interesting as both teams look to qualify for the Olympics and the World Cup for the first time.

Both teams are in good form with wins over Chile and Bolivia right before the tournament.

But the main target for all the teams will be to end Brazil’s domination with the women in green and yellow winning all but one of the eight previous Copas.