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Africa’s biggest tournament, Africa Cup of Nation AFCON 2021 is just around the corner, and we’ve got all the information you need to know.
The 202 1 AFCON tournament was postponed due to the Pandemic, this tournament is more anticipated than ever, and it is exciting to see the tournament return.
Algeria is the current champion, but many of the other countries have performed admirably in qualifying, so this trophy is very much up for grabs.
This tournament is known for generating a lot of excitement, so we’re hoping for another exciting AFCON.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will be going to the tournament without Napoli’s Victor Osimhen and Watford’s Dennis Emmanuel.
All you need to know about the 2021 African Cup of Nations are as follows;
The AFCON 2021 tournament will take place on Sunday, January 9th, 2021, and will conclude on Sunday, February 6th, 2022.
Because many Premier League teams have a significant number of African players, there will have to be a lot of rotation during the tournament.
Africa Cup of Nations AFCON 2021 Groups
- . Group A: Burkino Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Ethiopia
- For Group B: Guinea, Malawi, Senegal, Zimbabwe
- Group C: Comoros, Gabon, Ghana, Morocco
- Group D: Egypt, Guinea-Bissau, Nigeria, Sudan
- For Group E: Algeria, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone
- Group F: Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Tunisia
Africa Cup of Nations 2021 Results
There are no results to report because the tournament has yet to begin. We will update these page with all of these results once the AFCON competition begins.
AFCON 2021 Groups A
- 9 January: Cameroon vs Burkina Faso
- 9 January: Ethiopia vs Cape Verde
- 13 January: Cameroon vs Ethiopia
- 13 January: Cape Verde vs Burkina Faso
- 17 January: Cape Verde vs Cameroon
- 17 January: Burkina Faso vs Ethiopia
AFCON 2021 Group B
- 10 January: Senegal vs Zimbabwe
- 10 January: Guinea vs Malawi
- 14 January: Senegal vs Guinea
- 14 January: Malawi vs Zimbabwe
- 18 January: Malawi vs Senegal
- 18 January: Zimbabwe vs Guinea
AFCON 2021 Group C
- 10 January: Morocco vs Ghana
- 10 January: Comoros vs Gabon
- 14 January: Morocco vs Comoros
- 14 January: Gabon vs Ghana
- 18 January: Gabon vs Morocco
- 18 January: Ghana vs Comoros
AFCON 2021 Group D
- 11 January: Nigeria vs Egypt
- 11 January: Sudan vs Guinea-Bissau
- 15 January: Nigeria vs Sudan
- 15 January: Guinea-Bissau vs Egypt
- 19 January: Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria
- 19 January: Egypt vs Sudan
AFCON 2021 Group E
- 11 January: Algeria vs Sierra Leone
- 11 January: Equatorial Guinea vs Ivory Coast
- 15 January: Ivory Coast vs Sierra Leone
- 15 January: Algeria vs Equatorial Guinea
- 19 January: Ivory Coast vs Algeria
- 19 January: Sierra Leone vs Equatorial Guinea
AFCON 2021 Group F
- 12 January: Tunisia vs Mali
- 12 January: Mauritania vs Gambia
- 16 January: Gambia vs Mali
- 16 January: Tunisia vs Mauritania
- 20 January: Gambia vs Tunisia
- 20 January: Mali vs Mauritania
Knockout schedule For AFCON 2021
The Round of 16 fixtures will take place between January 23-26.
The Quarter-final clashes will then take place three days later from January 29-30.
How to Watch Africa Cup of Nations 2021/ 2022
AFCON 2021 : TV channel and live stream
Sky Sports is the main broadcaster for the Africa Cup of Nations in the UK, having agreed on a deal to show all 52 games live.
The BBC have also negotiated to show 10 games as part of their coverage that includes two quarter-finals, both semi-finals, and the final.
In Nigeria, matches will be shown on Startimes, DSTV and GoTV.
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All times are UK and subject to change. Ejes Gist News is not responsible for any changes.
Although it has not been confirmed, the tournament will most likely be broadcast on Eurosport in the United Kingdom.
For those who are unfamiliar, you can watch Eurosport on Discovery+. This is a paid subscription that costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.
Sky Sports has announced that all 52 AFCON 2021 games will be broadcast.
If you want to watch the AFCON live, you can do so with your NOW TV subscription or through the Sky Sports streaming service.
A day pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass costs £25 per month.
To watch the live stream, you’ll need an account or a day pass, so make sure you have everything you’ll need before the game starts.
Nigerians can watch the AFCON via AIT and NTA.
Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Kalidou Koulibaly are among the many great football stars competing in this tournament. All football fans will undoubtedly tune in to watch the tournament in 2022 and see which African nation emerges victorious.