Brazil will play at their 20th FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup ©Beach Soccer Worldwide

Uruguay and Brazil have reached the final of the South American Football Confederation qualifiers for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, booking their places at this year's tournament in Asunción.

Brazil, who are hosting the qualifiers at the Parque Olímpico in Rio de Janeiro, thrashed Argentina 9-3 in the semi-finals.

The World Cup defending champions have now reached all 20 iterations of the tournament, triumphing in 14 of them. 

Uruguay narrowly defeated Paraguay 4-3 to end their 10-year absence at the World Cup.

Paraguay had already automatically qualified as hosts of the competition, due to take place from November 21 to December 1.

The final between Brazil and Uruguay will be staged tomorrow. 

Preceding the gold medal match will be the third place play-off, contested by Paraguay and Argentina.

Colombia and Peru will also battle it out for fifth place.