Africa Cup Of Nations 2023 Live Streaming: When And Where To Watch AFCON 23, Groups, Teams, Other Details

Senegal will defend their maiden crown against 23 other teams, including hosts Ivory Coast and giants Egypt, Cameroon, Ghana, and Nigeria at the Africa Cup of Nations 2023. Here's all you need to know about the competition, including live streaming and broadcast details


Egypts Mohamed Salah listens to national anthem before the Senegal match at World Cup Qualifiers.

From January 13 until February 11, 2024, 24 teams will be engaged in a battle royale that will yield one victor, the one who will be crowned as the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 champion. With the biennial football tournament returning in early January 2024, Senegal will look to defend their maiden title, while the likes of Egypt, Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and others will try and wrestle it off them. (More Football News)

Starting in 1957, the Africa Cup of Nations has decided - sometimes after every four years, sometimes even three, but, lately, every other year - the footballing champion of the continent. The first-ever AFCON took place in Khartoum, Sudan, a day after Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, and South Africa laid the foundations of the Confederation of African Football. Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia contested the first tournament, barring South Africa due to their racist domestic policies. Egypt beat Ethiopia in the final to win the first cup. 


Since then, Egypt have won a total of seven titles - the most of any nation in AFCON history - followed by Cameroon (5) and Ghana (4). Senegal, long considered to be one of the continent's most underperforming teams given the talent on display, finally collected their maiden title two years earlier, beating Mohamed Salah's Egypt in a penalty shootout. 

Africa Cup of Nations 2023 Groups 

Group A: Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau

Group B: Egypt, Ghana, Cape Verde, Mozambique

Group C: Senegal, Cameroon, Guinea, The Gambia

Group D: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Angola


Group E: Tunisia, Mali, South Africa, Namibia

Group F: Morocco, DR Congo, Zambia, Tanzania

Africa Cup of Nations 2023 Details - Live Streaming, When and Where to Watch

Where will the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 be held? 

Ivory Coast will host AFCON 2023, splitting the tournament over five cities, including the capital Yamoussoukro and economic hub Abidjan. The tournament will open and close in Abidjan's 60,000-seater Alassane Ouattara Stadium. 

When will the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 begin? 

The latest iteration of the Africa Cup of Nations will begin on January 13, 2024, and run until February 11, 2024. 

Which TV channel will broadcast the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 live? 

As of now, now TV broadcaster has secured the rights to show AFCON 2023 live in India. 

Where will the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 be live streamed? 

FanCode will stream the 2023 AFCON live after securing the broadcasting rights of the tournament for the next two editions.