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Official broadcast guide for AFCON 2019: fixtures time, dates, TV and streaming schedule
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The draw for the groupings is complete and all is almost set for the 2019 edition of the Africa Cup of Nations to be held in Egypt this summer.
2019 Africa Cup of Nations: Guide to watch the draw live in USA, Canada, UK, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa
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The 24 teams have been be seeded into 4 pots and the time is almost due for the groupings to be sorted as well.
2019 Africa Cup of Nations: Guide to watch the draw live in USA, Canada, UK, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa
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The 24 teams have been be seeded into 4 pots and the time is almost due for the groupings to be sorted as well.
FIFA Virus, Euro qualifiers, AFCON, Gold Cup round-up from March 2019 international break
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The AFCON and Gold Cup 2019 qualifiers wrapped up while the race to make Euro 2020 kicked off with a bang. Here's everything that happened during the international break.
Top 40 football matches to watch during March 20-26, 2019 international break
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As many as 40 interesting games are on the way in the latest international break, with the likes of Argentina, Brazil, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, and Belgium gearing up for action.
Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations; Cameroon clinch at World Cup - BBC Sport
Cameroon come from behind to beat Morocco 2-1 at the Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations in Tanzania to clinch a place at the World Cup.
BBC Sport (19 hours ago)
Africa Cup of Nations 2019 draw: Egypt to face DR Congo, Cameroon draw Ghana - BBC Sport
Hosts Egypt will face DR Congo, Uganda and Zimbabwe in Group A at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
BBC Sport (6 days ago)
Africa Cup of Nations: Steve Mounie aiming for Benin's first win - BBC Sport
Huddersfield Town and Benin striker Steve Mounie says that getting a first Africa Cup of Nations victory is the main target for the Squirrels in Egypt.
BBC Sport (3 days ago)

 

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Total Africa cup of Nations 2019 - Official draw ceremony
Friday, 12 Apr

 

About Africa Cup of Nations

The African Cup of Nations, or AFCON, is a national team tournament run by the African Football Confederation (CAF). This competition is held once every two years and had its first edition in 1957. It was decided to hold this competition during odd years, so its celebration didn’t interfere with the FIFA World Cup.

The first edition of this tournament was played by only three teams. For the first time ever, twenty-four teams will be involved in the upcoming edition of this tournament, which is set to be played in 2019.

The new number of teams will also bring a change in format. All 24 teams will be drawn in six groups, with the two best sides making it to the KO stage. The four best third place teams will also enter the final stage. 

The 2017 edition was the last to be played by 16 teams. The tournament was played from January 14 to February 5th, and Cameroon took home their fifth title.

The 2019 AFCON will be played in Egypt. Initially, Cameroon had been elected as host nation, but due to some political issues and the nation’s failure to present the proper infrastructure to host the tournament, they were eventually stripped from hosting duties. Eventually, Egypt would step in. This will be the first time in history in which the tournament will be held during the summer, mainly to avoid interfering with European leagues and because the competition usually interfered with the Ramadan. The winner of this tournament will earn a spot in the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup, if it is not cancelled by FIFA.

2019 AFCON

The 2019 AFCON is scheduled to be played in Egypt between June 21 and July 19. Egypt will host the tournament for a record fifth time.

2019 AFCON Groups

  • Group A: Egypt, Zimbabwe, RD Congo, Uganda.
  • Group B: Burundi, Madagascar, Guinea, Nigeria.
  • Group C: Tanzania, Argelia, Kenya, Senegal.
  • Group D: South Africaa, Namibia, Ivory Coast, Morocco.
  • Group E: Angola, Mauritania, Mali, Tunisia.
  • Group F: Guinea-Bissau, Benin, Ghana, Cameroon.

*Madagascar, Burundi, and Mauritania will make their debut in the competition. Egypt will try to repeat their feat from 2006, when they won the title while playing the role of hosts.

Venues hosting the 2019 African Cup of Nations

Three stadiums in El Cairo, Alexandria, Suez and Ismailia were elected as host citiers for the 2019 AFCON. 

Key dates in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

  • The group stage will go from June 21 to July 2.
  • The Round of 16 will go from July 5 to July 8.
  • The quarterfinals of this tournament will be played on July 10 and July 11,
  • The semi-finals are scheduled to be played on July 14.
  • The third-place match will take place on July 17.
  • The Final match is scheduled for July 19.

Did you know? Egypt is the most-winning team in the African Cup of Nations, having won seven titles up to this date. The Pharaohs won their most recent title in 2010, while Cameroon has five trophies to their name.

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