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How to Watch Afcon 2022

The African Cup of Nations (Afcon) 2022 is set to kick off today 9th January in Cameroon and ends on February 6. This is the 33rd Afcon and the favourites to win the tourney include Egypt, Morocco, Senegal and Nigeria. 52 matches will be played.

Egypt has won the tournament more often than any other nation (seven), but it hasn’t hoisted the trophy since 2010.

There are six groups and 24 partipating teams. The groups and fixtures are:

Group A fixtures

Sunday January 9

Cameroon vs Burkina Faso – 4pm GMT kick-off

Ethiopia vs Cape Verde – 7pm GMT kick-off

Thursday January 13

Cameroon vs Ethiopia – 4pm GMT kick-off

Cape Verde vs Burkina Faso – 7pm GMT kick-off

Monday January 17

Burkina Faso vs Ethiopia – 4pm GMT kick-off

Cape Verde vs Cameroon – 4pm GMT kick-off

Group B fixtures:

Monday January 10

Senegal vs Zimbabwe – 1pm GMT kick-off

Guinea vs Malawi – 4pm GMT kick-off

Friday January 14

Senegal vs Guinea – 1pm GMT kick-off

Malawi vs Zimbabwe – 4pm GMT kick-off

Tuesday January 18

Malawi vs Senegal – 4pm GMT kick-off

Zimbabwe vs Guinea – 4pm GMT kick-off

Group C fixtures

Monday January 10

Morocco vs Ghana – 4pm GMT kick-off

Comoros vs Gabon – 7pm GMT kick-off

Friday January 14

Morocco vs Comoros – 4pm GMT kick-off

Gabon vs Ghana – 7pm GMT kick-off

Tuesday January 18

Gabon vs Morocco – 7pm GMT kick-off

Ghana vs Comoros – 7pm GMT kick-off

Group D fixtures

Tuesday January 11

Algeria vs Sierra Leone – 1pm GMT kick-off

Nigeria vs Egypt – 4pm GMT kick-off

Sudan vs Guinea-Bissau 7pm GMT kick-off

Saturday January 15

Nigeria vs Sudan – 4pm GMT kick-off

Guinea-Bissau vs Egypt – 7pm GMT kick-off

Wednesday January 19

Egypt vs Sudan – 7pm GMT kick-off

Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria – 7pm GMT kick-off

Group E fixtures

Tuesday January 11

Algeria vs Sierra Leone – 1pm GMT kick-off

Wednesday January 12

Equatorial Guinea vs Ivory Coast – 7pm GMT kick-off

Sunday January 16

Algeria vs Equatorial Guinea – 7pm GMT kick-off

Ivory Coast vs Sierra Leone – 4pm GMT kick-off

Thursday January 20

Ivory Coast vs Algeria – 4pm GMT kick-off

Sierra Leone vs Equatorial Guinea 4pm GMT kick-off

Group F fixtures

Wednesday January 12

Tunisia vs Mali – 1pm GMT kick-off

Mauritania vs Gambia – 4pm GMT kick-off

Sunday January 16

Gambia vs Mali – 1pm GMT kick-off

Tunisia vs Mauritania – 4pm GMT kick-off

Thursday January 20

Gambia vs Tunisia – 7pm GMT kick-off

Mali vs Mauritania – 7pm GMT kick-off

How to watch on TV /livestream Afcon

UK – Sky Sports/BBC Sport

In the UK, Sky Sports have secured the live broadcast rights to all 52 live games. BBC will also be showing 10 live games free-to-air, including two quarter-finals, both semi-finals and the final, as well as making digital clips of the action available.

USA – beIN SPORTS

AFCON games will be broadcast in the United States on beIN SPORTS in English and Spanish.

Canada – beIN SPORTS

Australia – beIN SPORTS

South Africa – SuperSport

Nigeria – SuperSport/Startimes

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