Where to watch Super Eagles live when Nigeria face Ivory Coast in AFCON final clash

If you were looking for details about where to watch the Super Eagles live when Nigeria and Ivory Coast clash in the final of the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2024) take place – look no further.

In this article, we have all the information about where you can watch the Super Eagles live when they take on Ivory Coast, no matter where in the world you are based.

We also have details about the Super Eagles match time and other information relevant to the match.

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Where to watch Super Eagles live

CAF has provided access to live coverage of the AFCON 2024 finals by making it available on free-to-air TV throughout Africa.

  • In Nigeria, AfroSport has secured the rights to be the local broadcaster if you wanted to watch the Super Eagles live, along with SuperSport and GoTV.
  • GTV is the main broadcaster of AFCON 2024 in Ghana,
  • If you want to know if you can see the Super Eagles live when they take on South Africa, you can watch the action on SuperSport and SABC.
  • Meanwhile, CANAL+ will be offering French-language coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • beIN Sport, which will be covering the Middle East, North Africa, France, the United States and Australia.
  • Sky Sports will bring the action to your screens if you are in the UK & Ireland for those who want to watch the Super Eagles live.
  • Fans in the Netherlands should tune in to ZIGGO Sport to watch the Nigeria vs South Africa match.

Additionally, CAF's own media channels will also showcase games in selected countries so fans across the world can watch Super Eagles live.

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Super Eagles match time and date – Nigeria vs Ivory Coast

Nigeria vs Ivory Coast – AFCON 2024 final

  • Date: Sunday, 11 February 2024
  • Time: 9:00pm (Nigeria time)
  • Venue: Alassane Ouattara Stadium, Abidjan

Nigeria AFCON 2024 results

Nigeria were placed in Group A for AFCON 2024, alongside the host nation Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau.

The Super Eagles kicked off their campaign with a draw against Equatorial Guinea.

They followed it up with a pivotal 1-0 victory over the hosts, courtesy of William Troost-Ekong's penalty.

Subsequently, they secured another 1-0 win against Guinea-Bissau, with an own goal from Opa Sangante.

Then, in Round 16, Nigeria emerged triumphant with a 2-0 win over Cameroon, powered by two goals from Ademola Lookman.

Lookman was again the hero for the Super Eagles after he scored the winning goal in their quarter-final against Angola.

In the semi-finals, Nigeria battled past South Africa, eventually winning 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw after extra time.

Competition Date Home team Score Away team
AFCON 2024 07/02 Nigeria 1-1 (4-2 pen) South Africa
AFCON 2024 02/02 Nigeria 1-0 Angola
AFCON 2024 27/01/24 Nigeria 2-0 Cameroon
AFCON 2024 22/01/24 Guinea-Bissau 0-1 Nigeria
AFCON 2024 18/01/24 Ivory Coast 0-1 Nigeria
AFCON 2024 14/01/24 Nigeria 1-1 Equatorial Guinea
Friendly 08/01/24 Guinea 2-0 Nigeria

Where to watch the AFCON fixtures

CAF is committed to ensuring widespread access to the tournament by making all the AFCON matches today free-to-air throughout the continent.

The AFCON fixtures today are no exception.

  • In Nigeria, you can watch the AFCON matches on AfroSport, alongside SuperSport and GoTV.
  • GTV is the primary broadcaster in Ghana if you want to watch any of the AFCON fixtures.
  • Viewers in South Africa can catch the AFCON fixtures on SuperSport and SABC.
  • CANAL+ will provide French-language coverage of the AFCON matches in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • beIN Sport will cover the Middle East, North Africa, France, the United States, and Australia.
  • Sky Sports will broadcast the AFCON fixtures 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 fixtures in selected countries across the globe.

Where to watch Super Eagles live when Nigeria face Ivory Coast in AFCON final clash
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