The 2024 Africa Cup of Nations is nearly over, and all that remains is two matches, but when is the AFCON final, and who is playing?
A total of 49 of 51 AFCON matches are already over, and all that remains is the bronze medal match and then the AFCON final.
Twenty-four teams started the tournament a month ago, and after Wednesday's two semi-finals, only two teams remain.
When is the AFCON final?
The AFCON final takes place on Sunday, 11 February at Alassane Ouattara Stadium, Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
Kick-off time for the AFCON final is 20:00 local time, or 21:00 (9pm) in Nigeria.
Who is playing in the AFCON final?
Nigeria will face Ivory Coast in the final after both teams won their respective semi-finals on Wednesday night.
Ivory Coast advanced to the final after a 1-0 win over DR Congo in the other semi-final.
Nigeria and Ivory Coast have already played at the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations, where the Super Eagles won 1-0.
Where to watch the AFCON final
CAF is committed to ensuring widespread access to the tournament by making all the AFCON matches free-to-air throughout the continent.
The AFCON fixtures today are no exception.
- In Nigeria, you can watch the final on AfroSport, alongside SuperSport and GoTV.
- GTV is the primary broadcaster in Ghana if you want to watch the AFCON matches.
- Viewers in South Africa can catch the AFCON fixtures on SuperSport and SABC.
- CANAL+ will provide French-language coverage of the AFCON matches Sub-Saharan Africa.
- beIN Sport will cover the Middle East, North Africa, France, the United States, and Australia.
- Sky Sports will broadcast the matches for UK and Ireland viewers.
- Netherlands fans should tune in to ZIGGO Sport if they want to watch the AFCON fixtures.
Additionally, CAF's own media channels will showcase the AFCON final in selected countries.