Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024 | Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast

Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024 | Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast
Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024 | Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast
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The ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Ivory Coast has now reached the quarter-final stage after a fierce competition in the Knoupkout stage involving 16 teams.

After the end of the knockout stage, about eight teams have qualified for the Quarter Final stage

Timu zilizofuzu hatua ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024

Eight Teams Qualified to the Quarter-Final Stage:
1. Nigeria
2. Angola
3. Ivory Coast
4. Cape vede
5. South Africa
6. Dr Congo
7. Mali
8. Guinea

The quarter-final stage is required to be played over two days where we will see four teams playing on one day and four teams playing on the next day.
Below we have put the full schedule of the quarter-finals Africa CUP of Nations (AFCON) 2023-2024.

RATIBA KAMILI YA ROBO FAINALI AFCON 2023/2024

👉02 February – 2024 Quarter-Final AFCON 2023

  • 20:00 Nigeria vs Angola
  • 23:00 DR Congo vs Guinea

👉03 February – 2024 Quarter-Final AFCON 2023

  • 20:00 Mali vs Ivory Coast
  • 23:00 Cape Verde vs South Africa

Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON;- Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast 2023-2024, AFCON Table, Schedule, Fixtures & Results, AFCON 2023-2024, Timu zilizofuzu hatua ya robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024, 

About Africa Cup Of Nation

Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024 | Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast
Ratiba Kamili ya Robo Fainali AFCON 2023-2024 | Africa CUP of Nations Ivory Coast

The Africa Cup of Nations (French: Coupe d’Afrique des Nations), sometimes referred to as the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations for sponsorship reasons, or simply AFCON or CAN,[2] is the main international men’s association football competition in Africa. It is sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), and was first held in 1957. Since 1968, it has been held every two years, switching to odd-numbered years in 2013.

In the first tournament in 1957, there were only three participating nations: Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia. South Africa was originally scheduled to join, but was disqualified due to the apartheid policies of the government then in power. Since then, the tournament has expanded greatly, making it necessary to hold a qualifying tournament.

The number of participants in the final tournament reached 16 in 1998 (16 teams were to compete in 1996, but Nigeria withdrew, reducing the field to 15, and the same happened with Togo’s withdrawal in 2010), and until 2017, the format had been unchanged, with the 16 teams being drawn into four groups of four teams each, with the top two teams of each group advancing to a “knock-out” stage. On 20 July 2017, the Africa Cup of Nations was moved from January to June and expanded from 16 to 24 teams.

Egypt is the most successful nation in the cup’s history, winning the tournament seven times. Three trophies have been awarded during the tournament’s history, with Ghana and Cameroon winning the first two versions to keep after each of them won a tournament three times. The current trophy was first awarded in 2002. Egypt won an unprecedented three consecutive titles in 2006, 2008, and 2010. In 2013, the tournament format was switched to being held in odd-numbered years so as not to interfere with the FIFA World Cup . Senegal are the tournament’s current champions, having beaten Egypt on penalties in the 2021 final.

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