Africa’s Premier football League, 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) season started on 14 January is all set for big final on 5 February 2017. It is the 31st edition of the Africa Cup of Nations and hosted by Gabon. This annual African football tournament is once again showed amazing entertainment on TV with exciting matches. Below we have listed all the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations TV channels which will broadcast Cameroon vs Egypt AFCON 2017 final match.
The tournament is also known CAN 2017 is popular football tournament in Africa and winner of this competition will qualify for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia. The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations broadcasting rights has been sold to some of the biggest sports networks like beIN SPORTS, ITV4, SuperSport and Eurosport. Also Check: 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Schedule
EuroSport have the TV rights to show live coverage of Africa Cup of Nations 2017 in the United Kingdom who will be showing every single game live. British Eurosport will live telecast the tournament in the Europe.
beIN SPORTS will broadcast live games in the United States of America, Australia and Arab countries. Check out the complete 2017 Africa Cup of Nations TV channels list worldwide.
2017 Africa Cup of Nations TV Channels List
|beIN SPORTS||Australia, Arab world|
|Caracol TV, RCN Television||Colombia|
|Fox International Channels||Asia|
How to Watch Africa Cup of Nations Live Stream?
Football fans all over the world can watch 2017 Africa Cup of Nations football tournament live online through various broadcasting websites. The UK football fans can watch this tournament live on EuroSport while 2017 Africa Cup of Nations live stream will be available on EuroSport Player.
SuperSport is the official broadcaster of AFCON 2017 in the Africa and viewers who want to watch online can visit SuperSport live video for live streaming. Australia, Canada and the USA can watch 2017 AFCON live Streaming on Bein Sports Connect. There will be no live coverage in India
African Cup of Nations 2017 Fixtures (Group Stage UK Time)
Jan 14 16.00 – Gabon v Guinea Bissau
Jan 14 19.00 – Burkina Faso v Cameroon
Jan 15 16.00 – Algeria v Zimbabwe
Jan 15 19.00 – Tunisia v Senegal
Jan 16 16.00 – Ivory Coast v Togo
Jan 16 19.00 – D.R. Congo v Morocco
Jan 17 16.00 – Ghana v Uganda
Jan 17 19.00 – Mali v Egypt
Jan 18 16.00 – Gabon v Burkina Faso
Jan 18 19.00 – Cameroon v Guinea Bissau
Jan 19 16.00 – Algeria v Tunisia
Jan 19 19.00 – Senegal v Zimbabwe
Jan 20 4pm – Ivory Coast v D.R. Congo
Jan 20 19.00 – Morocco v Togo
Jan 21 16.00 – Ghana v Mali
Jan 21 19.00 – Egypt v Uganda
Jan 22 19.00 – Cameroon v Gabon
Jan 22 19.00 – Guinea Bissau v Burkina Faso
Jan 23 19.00 – Senegal v Algeria
Jan 23 19.00 – Zimbabwe v Tunisia
Jan 24 19.00 – Morocco v Ivory Coast
Jan 24 19.00 – Togo v D.R. Congo
Jan 25 19.00 – Egypt v Ghana
Jan 25 19.00 – Uganda v Mali
All the 16 teams have been divided into four groups with top two teams from all the four groups will reach into the quarterfinals of the competition.
GROUP A: Gabon, Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Guinea Bissau
GROUP B: Algeria, Tunisia, Senegal and Zimbabwe
GROUP C: Ivory Coast, DR Congo, Morocco and Togo
GROUP D: Ghana, Mali, Egypt and Uganda