Africa Cup of Nations: Everything You Need To Know

Africa Cup of Nations: Everything You Need To Know

Afcon is a biennial international football tournament involving the national teams of Africa. It is organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).Information Guide Nigeria

Where is Afcon 2021?

The tournament will be played in Cameroon.

Which teams are playing at Afcon 2021?

There are 24 teams competing at the tournament, separated into six groups of four. The groups are as follows:

Group A: Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ethiopia

Group B: Senegal, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Malawi

Group C: Morocco, Ghana, Gabon, Comoros

Group D: Egypt, Nigeria, Sudan, Guinea-Bissau

Group E: Algeria, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea

Group F: Tunisia, Mali, Gambia, Mauritania

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What is the Afcon 2021 schedule?

Here is the full group schedule for Afcon 2021. All kick-off times UAE (+4 GMT).

Group stage round 1: Sunday, January 9

8pm: Cameroon v Burkina Faso / 11pm: Ethiopia v Cape Verde

Monday, January 10

5pm: Senegal v Zimbabwe / 8pm: Guinea v Malawi / 8pm: Morocco v Ghana / 11pm: Comoros v Gabon

Tuesday, January 11

5pm: Alergia v Sierra Leone / 8pm: Egypt v Nigeria / 11pm: Sudan v Guinea-Bissau

Wednesday, January 12

5pm: Tunisia v Mali / 8pm: Mauritania v Gambia / 11pm: Equatorial Guinea v Ivory Coast

Group stage round 2: Thursday, January 13

8pm: Cameroon v Ethiopia / 11pm: Cape Verde v Burkina Faso

Friday, January 14

5pm: Senegal v Guinea / 8pm: Malawi v Zimbabwe / 8pm: Morocco v Comoros / 11pm: Gabon v Ghana

Saturday, January 15

8pm: Nigeria v Sudan / 11pm: Guinea-Bissau v Egypt

Saturday, January 16

5pm: Gambia v Mali / 8pm: Tunisia v Mauritania / 8pm: Ivory Coast v Sierra Leone / 11pm: Algeria v Equatorial Guinea

Group stage round 3: Friday, January 17

8pm: Burkina Faso v Ethiopia / Cameroon v Cape Verde

Saturday, January 18

8pm: Malawi v Senegal / Zimbabwe v Guinea / 11pm: Gabon v Morocco / Ghana v Comoros

Sunday, January 19

11pm: Guinea-Bissau v Nigeria / Egypt v Sudan

Monday, January 20

8pm: Sierra Leone v Equatorial Guinea / Ivory Coast v Algeria / 11pm: Gambia v Tunisia / Mali v Mauritania

Round of 16: January 23-26

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Quarter-finals: January 29-30

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Semi-finals: February 2-3

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Third-place playoff: February 6

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Final: February 6

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How to watch Afcon 2021?

Afcon 2021 matches will be broadcast live on beIN Sports HD.JAMB Result

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