Colombia, Chile, Ecuador and Uruguay will be grouped together in pot two as part of Sunday’s Centennial Copa América draw.
South America’s remaining soccer teams — Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela — will be in pot four.
The United States, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico were announced as seeds in December for the 16-nation tournament, scheduled to be played across the U.S. at 10 venues from June 3-26.
Organizers said Wednesday the four CONCACAF teams will be in pot three: Costa Rica, Haiti, Jamaica and Panama.
The U.S. is the top seed in Group A and will host the tournament opener at Santa Clara, California, on June 3. The team will then go on to play at Chicago four days later and at Philadelphia on June 11.