Cup of Nations is back this summer as Cameroon look to defend their crown in Egypt. On this page, you'll find key info on the tournament including kick off times, dates, how to watch AFCON on TV and where to find pubs showing Africa Cup Of Nations. With African football looking stronger than ever, this continental knees up looks set to be an absolute belter.
When is it?
Starting on 21st June 2019 with Egypt v Zimbabwe, the tournament concludes with a final on the 19th July. Kick off times will vary, between 3.30pm and 9pm (GMT).
Where is it?
Original hosts Cameroon were stripped of the tournament due to problems with terrorism and delays to key infrastructure. Egypt were installed, hosting the tournament for the first time since 1986.
Which pubs are showing it?
Follow the link to see a list of all UK pubs showing Africa Cup of Nations live on TV. Just select the match you'd like to watch and search by location to see pubs near me showing AFCON.
What channel is it on?
AFCON 2019 is being shown live on Eurosport. You can watch it on Sky, Virgin, BT or via the Eurosport Player app.
Who are the favourites?
Boasting the continent's biggest star in Mo Salah, Egypt are favourites to add to their 7 titles on home turf here. Beyond that, the traditional West African powerhouses look strong once again. Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Senegal will all harbour serious hopes of making the semis here.
What happened last time?
Cameroon bagged their fifth title, beating Egypt 1-2.