Soccernet.ng provides all the details you need to catch the Afcon final and more
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations is one of the biggest football competitions globally and the CAF will be anticipating a huge final when the final two teams face off in the title decider.
The 34th edition of the biennial showpiece has recorded several shocking results, with Ghana and Zambia crashing out at the group stage, while reigning champions Senegal and Morocco bowing out in the Round of 16.
The football fiesta’s final is on the cards and Soccernet.ng brings you what you need to ensure that you don’t miss the main event.
When is the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations final?
Date: February 11, 2024
Kick-off time: 8 pm GMT / 9 pm WAT / 12 pm PT
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations final will take place on Sunday, February 11.
Kick-off time will be at 9pm for viewers in Nigeria and 8pm for United Kingdom-based viewers. The local kick-off time in Cote d’Ivoire is 8pm, meaning the game is being played at night.
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Where to watch the 2023 Afcon final in Nigeria
You will be able to watch the final on broadcasters Nigeria Television Authority and SuperSport. These channels hold exclusive rights to every minute of action.
The clash will also be available to watch on Afrosports, Sky Sports Football, BBC Three, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Website in the United Kingdom.
Where is the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations being played?
The final will take place at the Alassane Ouattara Stadium, which is located in northern Abidjan.
Also known as the Ebimpe Stadium, it officially opened in October 3, 2022 and has a capacity of 60,000 for the final.
Which teams are in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations final?
Nigeria will play hosts Cote d’Ivoire in the 2023 Afcon final. The Super Eagles overcame South Africa on penalties in the semi-final and the Elephants silenced Congo DR.
Senegal are defending champions, having won the tournament in 2022, while Nigeria are seeking their first title since 2013, when John Mikel Obi, Vincent Enyeama, Emmanuel Emenike and Co inspired the West Africans to victory.
Cote d’Ivoire are looking forward to ruling Africa for the third time in their history.