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Africa Cup of Nations 2021

Africa Cup of Nations

The AFCON is a famous football event of African countries from where the world find great players. Africans are famous for their strong and athletic body. That’s why, Confederation of African Football (CAF) organize this tournament to explore such footballers. The Africa Cup of Nations 2021 is starting from January 9, 2022. 36 matches are at group stage while 52 matches are in total.

Africa Cup of Nations 2021

The prize money of the grand contest revealed. Champion will take home a huge total of $4.5m while runner up will earn $2.5m. The groups of AFCON Cup is also announced. 6 groups comprising of 4 teams will deliver 3 teams from each group for knockout stage.

Match Schedules of Africa Cup

Africa Cup Nations Schedule

Event will take place in Cameroon. 6 venues of 5 cities will host the event. Cameroon and Burkina Faso will face each other in the starter of tournament.

How to Watch Africa Cup of Nations Live Streaming Free?

Africa Cup Nations Streams

BBC Sports player and Sky App provide live coverage of Africa Cup of Nations on the mobiles and smart devices but it will be paid not free service. Supersports app will telecast it South Africa only (South Africa) team matches.

TV Coverage of Nations Cup

Africa Cup Nations Coverage

Various broadcasting networks hold the streaming rights across the world. In UK, Sky Sports hold the rights while Super Sports in South Africa.

How AFCON Match Officials Earn Per Match ?

Africa Cup Nations Referees Salaries

The match officials of Africa Cup of Nations 2021, confirmed $750 to $1,500 paid to the officials and overall they make $25k maximum from the CAF contract deal.

Past Winners of AFCON Cup

Africa Nations Cup Groups

Starting from 1957, Egypt has outclass all the teams and is at the top by winning the African Cup for 7 times. Algeria is the current defending champion.

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