The Best 10 Sites & Channels to Stream AFCON Matches Live


The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) is back. Whether you support Sala’s Egypt, Mane’s Senegal, or Osimhen’s Nigeria, there is a lot for everyone. But probably you are wondering where you can stream live AFCON matches. You are in the right place!

In this blog post, we give you some of the best channels to watch the Africa Cup of Nations in Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, and across the globe. You don’t have to worry about subscriptions; most of these channels and sites are free to use; all you need is a reliable internet package.

Where Can You Watch Live AFCON Matches?

1. KBC Channel 1

It is free to watch AFCON 2023 in Kenya through Kenya Broadcasting Corporation’s TV channels. You can access the live matches on KBC Channel 1 and Y254. The broadcaster is also airing the games through its affiliated radio stations. Here is a link to the live stream.

2. SuperSport

SuperSport is a popular choice among many Sub-Saharan Africans because of its wide range of sports it airs, including EPL live matches. Although the company had indicated that it could not broadcast the competition, it broke a deal with New World TV that gave DSTV and GO-TV broadcasting rights.

You can access DSTV and GO-TV in almost 50 African countries, including South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. Although this is a subscription service, it allows you to access the live matches even through a mobile app.

3. beIN Sport

AFCON is streamed across the globe because of the entertaining nature of the competition. Football fans in the United States, Canada, and Australia can watch live games through beIN Sports TV and Connect.

4. Sky Sport

This sport’s broadcasting channel will air the Africa Cup of Nations through Sky GO and Now TV. It is important to note that Sky Sports will only air selected matches in the group stage. Sky Sports is a renowned football streaming platform in the United Kingdom and it is available through most cable operators.

5. BBC Sport

BBC iPlayer is one of the most popular platforms to stream live AFCON matches. If you have a valid UK TV license, you can stream selected games for free. Besides, BBC provides live updates on its website for most AFCON games.

6. Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation

Tanzania made it to the Africa Cup of Nations for the third time since the inception of the competition. This achievement has received a warm reception by the national broadcaster, where most matches will be aired live. Apart from TBC, Africa Media Group, AZAM Media, and Target TV will cover the competition.

7. FanCode

Asians who want to stream live AFCON matches can do so through FanCode. This online live-streaming platform has a selection of entertaining games to keep your eyes glued to the screen. You can use the app or stream the matches through FanCode’s user-friendly website. Also, they give highlights of previous matches if you missed a game or want to rewatch a moment.


EPTV is a public broadcaster in Algeria that has acquired rights to the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2024. You can watch the Fennec Foxes lock horns with Angola, Burkina Faso, and Mauritania. Will Riyad Mahrez’s team beat their opponents and advance to the knockout stage? Tune in to EPTV and witness the unfolding drama of this highly anticipated tournament.

9. GBC (Ghana Broadcasting Corporation)

In Ghana, you can watch all AFCON matches through GBC. The channel will give the fans in West Africa an uninterrupted experience of the biggest football competition in Africa as the Black Stars come head-to-head with Cape Verde, Egypt, and Mozambique.

10. AfroSport 

Will Nigeria add a fourth AFCON trophy to their collection? The Super Eagles will face fierce competition from Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, and the hosts Ivory Coast. You can follow the entertaining matches between these football powerhouses on AfroSport.

Stream Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 

You can also watch AFCON in other countries through the following channels:

Country/Continent TV or Streaming Service
South Africa South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)
Uganda Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC)
Zambia Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC)
Chad Chad
Europe Okko, Ziggo, Sport Digital, Sport Italia, Sport TV Portugal, and LaLiga+
Asia BeIN Sport (MENA) and BeIN Asia
Americas WINNERS SPORTS, Band TV, and Sports Max in the Caribbean

Africa Cup of Nations Schedule and Groups


Group Stage: 13th January to 24th January 2024

Round of 16: 27th January to 30th January 2024

Quarter-Finals: 2nd and 3rd February 2024

Semi-Finals: 7th February 2024

3rd Place: 10th February 2024

Final: 11th February 2024


AFCON Groups


  • Ivory Coast
  • Nigeria
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau


  • Egypt
  • Ghana
  • Cape Verde
  • Mozambique


  • Senegal
  • Cameroon
  • Guinea
  • Gambia


  • Algeria
  • Burkina Faso
  • Mauritania
  • Angola


  • Tunisia
  • Mali
  • South Africa
  • Namibia


  • Morocco
  • DR Congo
  • Zambia
  • Tanzania

Stadiums That Will Host AFCON 2023 and Their Capacity

Stadium Capacity Location
The Olympic Stadium of Epimbe 60,012 Abidjan
The Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium 33,000 Abidjan
Peace Stadium 40,000 Bouake
Stadium of Korhogo 20,000 Korhogo
Laurent Poukou Stadium 20,000 Poro
Charles Konan Banny Stadium 20,000 Yamoussoukro


If you are searching for a site, channel, or TV to watch AFCON, the list we have curated will give you an immersive experience. You can use the free-to-air channels or subscribe to premium services. Let’s enjoy the game!

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