Everything you need to get ready for the 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) is right here, including live streaming links, the schedule, and venue details.
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Which country will host the Africa Cup of Nations 2023?
The 34th AFCON will be hosted by a West African country, Ivory Coast.
When will the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 kick off?
AFCON 2023 will take place from January 14 to February 12. The 34th edition of the African Cup of Nations, which was established in 1957, will take place in 2023. The defending champion Senegal, led by the legendary forward Sadio Mane, will try to build on their historic victory over Mohammad Salah’s Egypt at the AFCON 2021, where they claimed the title for the first time.
Which teams will play the first game?
The first game will be played on January 14, 2023, at 01:30 a.m. between the host nation Ivory Coast and Guinea-Bissau at Alassane Ouattara Stadium, Abidjan
What are the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 venues/stadiums?
Alassane Ouattara Stadium at Abidjan, Felix Houphouet Boigny Stadium at Abidjan, Charles Konan Banny Stadium at Yamoussoukro, Stade de la Paix at Bouake, Amadou Gon Coulibaly Stadium at Korhogo and Laurent Pokou Stadium at San Pedro are the stadia that will be used to host the 34th AFCON.
Where can I watch the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 on TV and online?
The majority of places on Earth will be able to view AFCON 2023 live on the CAF YouTube channel without charge. Nonetheless, the majority of the 34th AFCON games are streamed on Faniz / fuboTV.
Several TV cable providers offer live streaming of Bein Sports and all of their channels, while several specialized streaming services offer live streaming of the entire network.