The Copa America Centenario Draw took place in New York City on Sunday, and what a tough draw it was for the U.S. men's national team. 

Here are the complete groups. 

The U.S., who will host this summer's tournament, got Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay. It's a really, really difficult draw for the USMNT and probably the only way it would have been more difficult would have been to get Uruguay instead of Colombia. Costa Rica had a great 2014 FIFA World Cup and has plenty of talent, like Arsenal man Joel Campbell. Paraguay has looked very good in World Cup qualifying, while Colombia is one of the more talented teams in South America, led by Real Madrid star James Rodriguez.

The U.S. played Paraguay in the 2007 Copa America and lost 3-1 and lost to the them in a 2011 friendly 1-0. The U.S. is 12-9-3 all time against Costa Rica and will play Colombia for the third time in the Copa America. The U.S. beat Colombia 2-1 in the 1994 World Cup.

Realistically, there is hope for the team to advance, considering it got out of a tougher group in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But based on a poor 2015 which included awful performances in the Gold Cup, it might be too tough of a task for the team to escape this one if the play doesn't improve. The top two teams from each group advance.

The tournament concludes on June 26 with the final in East Rutherford, New Jersey. If the U.S. wins Group A, it will play in the quarterfinals in Seattle, Washington on June 16 against the runner-up of Group B. If it finishes as the runner-up of Group A, it will play the winner of Group B in East Rutherford, New Jersey on June 17.

Below you can see the entire schedule for each group.

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

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A tough draw for the USMNT. (USATSI)