The kick-off of CAN 2021, postponed because of the Coronavirus pandemic, will probably be given in precisely one week, that’s, January 9, 2022. The competitors, which will probably be held in Cameroon and which will probably be broadcast on RTS, will probably be ends February 6.
Initially scheduled for 2021, the thirty third version of the African Cup of Nations begins on January 9 on the Omnisport Paul Biya Stadium in Olembé and can finish on February 6 in the identical enclosure. The 52 matches are unfold over 5 cities and 5 stadiums in Cameroon.
🌍 Cameroon stadium map for CAN 2021 (2022)
- The Olembé stadium, in Yaoundé.
- Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium, in Yaoundé.
- The Japoma stadium, in Douala.
- The Roumdé Adjia stadium, in Garoua.
- The Limbe stadium, in Limbe.
- Kouekong stadium, in Bafoussam.
Bafoussam, the place the Stade Omnisports Kouekong is positioned, can even be the bottom camp of the Senegal Lions. After successful the broadcasting rights for the competitors, Radio Télévision Sénégalaise (RTS), will broadcast all of the matches of the competitors, and compelledthese of Senegal.
Crushed within the last within the earlier version, Aliou Cissé’s gamers will lastly attempt to win the primary CAN title within the historical past of Senegal. An goal that requires a superb begin to the competitors, particularly throughout the group stage you could rediscover her detailed agenda beneath. The most effective content material can even be discovered on our web site wiwsport.com.
The TV program, time of the group stage of CAN 2021
Sunday January 9
Cameroon – Burkina Faso: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Ethiopia – Cape Verde: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Monday January 10
Senegal – Zimbabwe: RTS at 13:00 GMT
Guinea – Malawi: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Morocco – Ghana: RTS at 13:00 GMT
Comoros – Gabon: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Tuesday January 11
Algeria – Sierra Leone: RTS at 13:00 GMT
Nigeria – Egypt: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Sudan – Guinea-Bissau: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Wednesday January 12
Tunisia – Mali: RTS at 13:00 GMT
Mauritania – Gambia: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Equatorial Guinea – Ivory Coast: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Thursday January 13
Cameroon – Ethiopia: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Cape Verde – Burkina Faso: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Friday January 14
Senegal – Guinea: RTS at 13h00 GMT
Malawi – Zimbabwe: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Morocco – Comoros: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Gabon – Ghana: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Saturday January fifteenth
Nigeria – Sudan: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Guinea-Bissau – Egypt: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Sunday January 16
Gambia – Mali: RTS at 13:00 GMT
Ivory Coast – Sierra Leone: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Tunisia – Mauritania: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Algeria – Equatorial Guinea: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Monday January seventeenth
Burkina Faso – Ethiopia: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Cape Verde – Cameroon: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Tuesday, January 18
Malawi – Senegal: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Zimbabwe – Guinea: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Ghana – Comoros: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Gabon – Morocco: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Wednesday January 19
Guinea-Bissau – Nigeria: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Egypt – Sudan: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Thursday, January 20
Sierra Leone – Equatorial Guinea: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Ivory Coast – Algeria: RTS at 4:00 p.m. GMT
Mali – Mauritania: RTS at 19:00 GMT
Gambia – Tunisia: RTS at 19:00 GMT