How to watch AFCON 2023 matches live stream, TV channel, schedule for AFCON 2024 tournament

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The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on January 13, 2024 in Cote d’Ivoire with 24 national teams vying for continental glory.

Defending champions Senegal will be among the favorites to retain their title alongside World Cup semi-finalists Morocco.

The competition falls within the domestic European calendar, with the Premier League among the main domestic competitions affected by the tournament ahead of the big kick-off.

When does AFCON 2024 start?

Tournament hosts the Ivory Coast get AFCON 2024 started on January 13 up against Guinea-Bissau in Abidjan.

The group stages end on January 24, with the knockout rounds beginning three days later, and the final is scheduled for February 11.

The full details are listed below.

Stage Dates Nations
Group Stage Jan. 13 — 24 24
Round of 16 Jan. 27 — 30 16
Quarterfinals Feb. 2 — 3 8
Semifinals Feb. 7 4
3rd Place Match Feb. 10 2
Final Feb. 11 2

How to watch AFCON 2024?

Here’s how to watch AFCON 2024 matches across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

Region TV Streaming
USA beIN Sports Fubo, beIN Sports Connect, Fanatiz
Canada beIN Sports Canada

Fubo Canada, beIN Sports Connect, Fanatiz

UK Sky Sports, BBC Sport Sky GO, Now TV, BBC iPlayer
Australia beIN Sports beIN Sports
India FanCode

USA: The tournament will be available on beIN Sports with streaming options on Fubo.

Canada: BeIN Sports will provide broadcast coverage with Fubo Canada on streaming duty.

UK: Selected matches will be available on Sky Sports services with streaming available via Sky GO and Now TV. BBC Sport will also be covering designated games at the tournament.

Australia: BeIN Sports will provide broadcast coverage and streaming services for the tournament.

India: Streaming service FanCode is the place to go for AFCON 2024 matches.

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