Following the disappointing news that Multichoice DStv and GOtv won’t be airing AFCON 2023, leaving many African football enthusiasts disheartened, here are alternative ways to catch the tournament.
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5 Methods to Easily Catch The AFCON 2023
StarTimes subscribers in Nigeria can enjoy full coverage of all 52 matches of AFCON 2023.
Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and other free-to-air channels will broadcast the games, providing broader access for viewers without satellite TV services.
New World TV
Through a deal with New World TV, this Togolese satellite TV group has broadcast rights for CAF competitions from 2023 to 2025, potentially offering an option for viewers in Nigeria.
Viaplay, a Swedish video streaming service, won the rights to broadcast the 2023 AFCON matches and will stream live in over 85 countries, excluding the Middle East, North Africa region, and sub-Saharan Africa.
Nigerian football fans in the diaspora can watch all tournament matches on Ziggo Sport, a Dutch pay-TV network. Ziggo Sport secured the exclusive rights to broadcast live action for the 2023 AFCON in Ivory Coast and the 2025 edition in Morocco.
Despite the setback with Multichoice, these alternatives ensure that football enthusiasts across Africa and beyond can still enjoy the excitement of AFCON 2023.