For the next three weeks, many parts of the world will have their eyes on Egypt as Africa’s future football stars will be in action during the TotalEnergies U20 Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2023.
The tournament will kick-off on Sunday afternoon at 16h00 local time (14h00 GMT, 17h00 EAST) with a fixture between hosts, Egypt and Mozambique at Cairo International Stadium in Cairo.
The final match will be played on 11 March 2023 at the same venue
All the matches will be live on TV with CAF’s broadcast partners giving viewers coverage globally.
CAFTV (YouTube) will also have all the matches live in territories that are not covered by a CAF Broadcast partner.
Egyptian public will be able to have access to all the matches on TimesSport – the local broadcaster.
For the MENA region, beIN sport will give you all the live action while Canal+, SuperSport, StarTimes will ensure that viewers in the Sub-Sahara have access to all the matches. Vejay Sport will cover a number of territories internationally.
CAF continues to be in talks with many other international platforms to give more access to football fans. This follows massive and unprecedented demand from many global TV and streaming partners on CAF and African football content.
A number of free to air broadcasters will also show the TotalEnergies U20 AFCON live.
RTI (Cote d’Ivoire) Tele Congo (Congo) RTS (Senegal) UBC (Uganda) Azam (Tanzania) AfroSport TV (Nigeria) ORTM (Mali) GTV (Ghana) TVT (Togo) RTG (Guinea Conakry) RTB (Burkina Faso) K24/MediaMax (Kenya) MBC (Malawi) GRTS (The Gambia) Gabon TV (Gabon) ORTB (Benin) RTC (Cape Verde) ORTM (Madagascar) SABC (South Africa) CRtv (Cameroon) MultiMedia Group (Ghana Radio)