AFCON 2023: How to watch Nigeria vs South Africa live in semi-final action – Discover how to follow the Super Eagles’ last-four encounter on Wednesday 7 February in Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire.
The 2023 CAF Africa Cup of Nations is currently taking place in Côte d’Ivoire, and Nigeria has made it to the semi-finals. They secured their spot after finishing as runners-up in Group A. In the round of 16, the Super Eagles secured a 2-0 win over Cameroon, with Ademola Lookman scoring both goals.
In the quarter-finals, Lookman once again played a key role by scoring the last goal of the first half, leading Nigeria to a 1-0 win over Angola. The win sets up an exciting semi-final against South Africa.
If Nigeria manage to win in the semi-finals, it will be their first appearance in the AFCON finals since 2013 when they won their third continental men’s football title. To catch the events and support Nigeria in the semi-finals of the AFCON 2023, you can get information on how to watch the match through the official broadcast channels.
When will Match played AFCON semi-finals?
The Nigerian national football team is scheduled to compete in the semi-finals of the competition against South Africa at the Bouaké Stadium of the Stade de la Paix on Wednesday, 7 February.
This match is the first for the team to appear outside of Abidjan during this tournament. The team kick-off time is scheduled for 17:00 local time in Bouaké, which corresponds to 18:00 local time in Nigeria.
AFCON 2023: How to watch Nigeria vs South Africa live in semi-final action
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), which actually took place in 2024, is being broadcast live in Africa and the rest of the world. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has prioritized ensuring that the tournament is accessible to many viewers by making it appear on free TV across the continent.
In Nigeria, viewers can catch all the action on AfroSport, the local broadcaster of AFCON. This means that football fans in Nigeria can attend AfroSport to watch their favorite teams compete in this prestigious tournament. With this acquisition, CAF aims to promote the love of football and bring the excitement of AFCON to fans across Africa.
Other broadcasters around the world include beIN Sport, which will broadcast the tournament in the Middle East and North Africa region as well as France and the United States; CANAL+, which will show the event in French in sub-Saharan Africa; GTV in Ghana; Supersports in South Africa; ZIGGO Sport in the Netherlands; Sky Sports in UK & Ireland; and CAF channels themselves will also show games in some countries.