The Africa Cup of Nations returns in 2019 as the first summer edition of the biennial tournament.
Defending champions Cameroon travel to Egypt in a bid to hold onto their crown though host-nation hero Mohamed Salah will do everything he can to inspire his side to glory.
Fellow Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane will also head out for the tournament, though Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang – who shared the 2018/19 Premier League Golden Boot with the Reds duo – will not be at the AFCON as Gabon failed to qualify.
Fans in the UK will be desperate to soak up the action during the break between domestic seasons, and there is plenty of readily available access to all the games.
has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
How to watch Africa Cup of Nations 2019 on TV and online in the UK
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Every match of the 2019 AFCON will be shown live on Eurosport 1 and 2.
Check your current Sky, Virgin Media or BT TV package to see whether you have access to the channels. If not, fear not.
If you want to access the Eurosport Player direct it’s £9.99 per month or £39.99 a year, again with a seven-day free trial at the beginning of your subscription.
Alternatively, if you want a bit more versatility, you might consider subscribing to the TVPlayer PLUS Lite package for just £6.99, which gives you access to the Eurosport 1 and 2 channels along with several others.
See below for the full list of fixtures and times for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Africa Cup of Nations 2019 groups
Group A: Egypt, DR Congo, Uganda, Zimbabwe
Group B: Nigeria, Guinea, Madagascar, Burundi
Group C: Senegal, Algeria, Kenya, Tanzania
Group D: Morocco, Ivory Coast, South Africa, Namibia
Group E: Tunisia, Mali, Mauritania, Angola
Group F: Cameroon, Ghana, Benin, Guinea-Bissau
Africa Cup of Nations 2019 fixtures
All dates and times in UK time
Monday 24th June
Ivory Coast v South Africa (3:30pm)
Tunisia v Angola (6:00pm)
Mali v Mauritania (9:00pm)
Tuesday 25th June
Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau (6:00pm)
Ghana v Benin (9:00pm)
Wednesday 26th June
Nigeria v Guinea (3:30pm)
Uganda v Zimbabwe (6:00pm)
Egypt v DR Congo (9:00pm)
Thursday 27th June
Madagascar v Burundi (3:30pm)
Senegal v Algeria (6:00pm)
Kenya v Tanzania (9:00pm)
Friday 28th June
Tunisia v Mali (3:30pm)
Morocco v Ivory Coast (6:00pm)
South Africa v Namibia (9:00pm)
Saturday 29th June
Mauritania v Angola (3:30pm)
Cameroon v Ghana (6:00pm)
Benin v Guinea-Bissau (9:00pm)
Sunday 30th June
Burundi v Guinea (5:00pm)
Madagascar v Nigeria (5:00pm)
Uganda v Egypt (8:00pm)
Zimbabwe v DR Congo (8:00pm)
Monday 1st July
Namibia v Ivory Coast (5:00pm)
South Africa v Morocco (5:00pm)
Kenya v Senegal (8:00pm)
Tanzania v Algeria (8:00pm)
Tuesday 2nd July
Benin v Cameroon (5:00pm)
Guinea-Bissau v Ghana (5:00pm)
Angolo v Mali (8:00pm)
Mauritania v Morocco (8:00pm)
Friday 5th July
Group D winner v Group B/E/F third place (5:00pm)
Group A runner-up v Group C runner-up (8:00pm)
Saturday 6th July
Group B runner-up v Group F runner-up (6:00pm)
Group A winner v Group C/D/E third place (8:00pm)
Sunday 7th July
Group B winner v Group A/C/D third place (5:00pm)
Group C winner v Group A/B/F third place (8:00pm)
Monday 8th July
Group E winner v Group D runner-up (6:00pm)
Group F winner v Group E runner-up (8:00pm)
Wednesday 10th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 2 v R16 winner 1 (6:00pm)
R16 winner 4 v R16 winner 3 (8:00pm)
Thursday 11th July – Quarter-finals
R16 winner 7 v R16 winner 6 (6:00pm)
R16 winner 5 v R16 winner 8 (8:00pm)
Sunday 14th July – Semi-finals
QF winner 1 v QF winner 4 (5:00pm)
QF winner 3 v QF winner 2 (8:00pm)
Wednesday 17th July – Third-place play-off
SF1 loser v SF2 loser (8:00pm)
Friday 19th July – Final
SF1 winner v SF2 winner (8:00pm)
Source – https://www.radiotimes.com/