2017 African Cup of Nations Live Stream Online

The biggest football tournament in Africa, 2017 African Cup of Nations kicked off on 15th January which is known as AFCON 2017 or CAN 2017. The competition is host by Gabon which is scheduled to end on 5 February 2017. Many big players who are playing in popular clubs are returned back to play for their respective nations. The tournament will broadcast in many countries while fans also have the option to watch 2017 African Cup of Nations live stream online.

Burkina Faso will face Tunisia on Saturday, 28 January, Senegal 1 will take on Cameroon on 29 January while rest four teams who will play in the quarter-finals of the AFCON 2017 are to be decided. In the 31st edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, total 16 teams played in the group stage of 4 groups. The top two teams from each group qualifyed for the knockout stages while the top two teams will play final which is to be held on 5 February 2017 at Stade de l’Amitié, Libreville.

2017 African Cup of Nations Live Stream

Egypt has won seven times and is the most successful nation in the tournament’s history followed by Ghana and Cameroon who have won four titles each. So far, total 14 nations have won the tournament and Samuel Eto’o who is playing for Cameroon is the leading goal scorer in African cup of nations.

2017 African Cup of Nations Live Stream Online

SuperSport is the official broadcaster of the tournament and they will have the live coverage of AFCON 2017 in Africa. The online viewers can also watch 2017 African Cup of Nations live stream via their official website. The UK fans can watch this competition on ITV4 while Eurosports will have the coverage in most of the European countries.

beIN SPORTS will broadcast the tournament live in middle east countries and Australia while their users have options to watch 2017 African Cup of Nations live stream online. Indian fans can watch AFCON 2017 live streaming on SonyLiv.com and for TV they can tune into Sony Six channel.

African Cup of Nations 2017 Broadcasters

TV network Country
beIN Sports English United State
Caracol TV, RCN Television Colombia
beIN Sports Arab world, Australia
Rede Globo Brazil
ORTB Benin
El Trece Argentina
RTC Cape Verde
Eurosport Europe
Fox International Channels Asia
Canal+ Group France
RTVGE Equatorial Guinea
RTI Ivory coast
Televisa Mexico
Media Prima Malaysia
RTS Senegal
SKY Sports New Zealand
super Sport Sub-Saharan Africa
SABC South Africa
Sony Six India

AFCON 2017 Group Stage Fixtures

1 Gabon vs Guinea-Bissau (Group A) 14 January 17:00
2 Burkina Faso vs Cameroon (Group A) 14 January 20:00
3 Algeria vs Zimbabwe (Group B) 15 January 17:00
4 Tunisia vs Senegal (Group B) 15 January 20:00
5 Ivory Coast vs Togo (Group C) 16 January 17:00
6 DR Congo vs Morocco (Group C) 16 January 20:00
7 Ghana vs Uganda (Group D) 17 January 17:00
8 Egypt vs Mali (Group D) 17 January 20:00
9 Gabon vs Burkina Faso  (Group A) 18 January 17:00
10 Cameroon vs Guinea-Bissau (Group A) 18 January 20:00
11 Algeria vs Tunisia (Group B) 19 January 17:00
12 Senegal vs Zimbabwe (Group B) 19 January 20:00
13 Ivory Coast vs DR Congo (Group C) 20 January 17:00
14 Morocco vs Togo (Group C) 20 January 20:00
15 Ghana vs Mali (Group D) 21 January 17:00
16 Egypt vs Uganda (Group D) 21 January 20:00
17 Cameroon vs Gabon (Group A) 22 January 20:00
18 Guinea-Bissau vs Burkina Faso (Group A) 22 January 20:00
19 Senegal vs Algeria (Group B) 23 January 20:00
20 Zimbabwe vs Tunisia (Group B) 23 January 20:00
21 Morocco vs Ivory Coast (Group C) 24 January 20:00
22 Togo vs DR Congo (Group C) 24 January 20:00
23 Egypt vs Ghana (Group D) 25 January 20:00
24 Uganda vs Mali (Group D) 25 January 20:00

You can find complete schedule of 2017 African Cup of Nations – HERE

CAN 2017 Venues

Ground Capacity location
Stade Omar Bongo 45,000 Libreville, Gabon
Stade d’Angondje 40,000 Akanda, Gabon
Stade de Franceville 35,000 Franceville, Gabon
Stade de Port-Gentil 20,000 Port Gentil, Gabon

The tournament will be played at four different venues during January and February and key players from various European clubs will miss them in the domestic season. The defending champion, Ivory Coast will face Morocco, DR Congo and Togo in Group C.