AFCON 2013 live: ESPN to air Mali vs Ghana, Nigeria vs Burkina Faso final matches

February 10 2013 By Angela Asante
ESPN3, ESPN 3D and Watch ESPN ready to air the AFCON 2013 final live; ESPN3 includes third-place final in its live listings; ESPN Deportes to provide Nigeria vs Burkina Faso final on delay
Catch the AFCON 2013 Third-place play-off and Final matches on ESPN platforms
Catch the AFCON 2013 Third-place play-off and Final matches on ESPN platforms
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Miami Beach, Florida (February 8, 2013) – Three weeks of pure football made in Africa finally comes to a close this weekend. Live Soccer TV gives followers of ESPN’s network information on the live broadcast of the Third-place final, Mali vs Ghana, and the ultimate final, Nigeria vs Burkina Faso.

Tune in to ESPN3 this Saturday at 13:00 EST to watch beaten semi-finalists Mali and Ghana fight for bronze in Port Elizabeth. Ex-Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita will be looking to seal an emotional AFCON 2013 adventure on a high against Kwesi Appiah’s young Black Stars team.

International music stars Zahra Universe and Wes Madiko will set the capital of South Africa ablaze with a performance of the AFCON 2013 anthem, ‘Sela Sela’, during the closing ceremony.

Witness the crowning of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations champions at the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg. Which country will possess the honour of representing CAF (Confederations of African Football) at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil this June?

With Watch ESPN, follow every bit of the AFCON 2013’s final soccer fiesta featuring the Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Stallions of Burkina Faso. Kick-off time is at 13:00 EST on Sunday, February 10, 2013.

You can watch ESPN Deportes for a delayed broadcast of the final.



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