SuperSport to broadcast all Afcon matches

SuperSport will broadcast all 52 matches of the TotalEnergies CAF Africa Cup of Nations Cote d’lvoire 2023 (Afcon) live after MultiChoice secured the rights to broadcast the continent’s show-piece tournament, which kicks off from tomorrow until 11 February 2024.

MultiChoice reached a commercially viable agreement with rights holders, New World TV (NWTV), to broadcast the 34th edition of Africa’s premier men’s football competition taking place in Ivory Coast.

Rendani Ramovha, SuperSport CEO, said: “We are delighted to be able to showcase the best of African football live to our viewers.”

As part of this agreement, Nimonka Kolani, managing director of NWTV, declared: “By securing the rights to CAN 2023 under the leadership of Dr Patrice Motsepe, SuperSport and NWTV prove that nothing is more important than the happiness of Africans who wish to follow the exploits of their favourite team during the biggest football competition in Africa.”

Meanwhile, players across the African continent have arrived in Côte d’Ivoire in splendour, bringing forth an extraordinary fusion of tradition and sport as they gear up for the 2023 African Cup of Nations.

This season’s tournament stands out for its infusion of flair and ceremony, as teams deliberately pay homage to their diverse cultural identities long before the first whistle blows.

The vibrancy and richness of Africa’s tapestry are on full display, turning the arrival of each squad into a captivating cultural spectacle.

Ghana’s Black Stars, Nigeria’s Super Eagles, the spirited Gambian team, and the formidable Senegalese squad have orchestrated a look, proudly donning their traditional attire.

The runway to the pitch has become a vibrant showcase of the continent’s cultural diversity.

The 34th edition of the African Cup of Nations will be held in Cote d’lvoire, a first since 1984.

Twenty-four teams are competing with the ambition of succeeding Senegal, champion of Africa in the title.

Who will succeed Senegal ? Two years after the coronation of the selection of Sadio Mané, who fell in the final to Egypt’s Mo Salah , the African Cup of Nations is back in play in Cote d’lvoire , from January 13 to February 11, 2024. —

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