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African Cup of Nations: TV Listings & Live Streaming

TV Schedule for Live Coverage of the 2015 African Cup of Nations

British Eurosport have live coverage to broadcast the Africans Cup of Nations on TV - the channel will show every match live (32 matches) from the growing tournemant, including the African Cup of Nations Final. ITV4 will be showing highlights of the Group stages and selected live matches of the knockout stages.

You can't get Live African Cup of Nations TV coverage on any other channel in the UK - it is live on British Eurosport - if you don't have a subscription to British Eurosport but want uninterrupted access, you can buy a Month's subscription to Eurosport Player from just £3.99 one-off fee.

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We are constantly updating this dedicated African Cup of Nations on TV page to make sure you know who is playing next. Make sure you check back soon.

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You can also add BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Sport // ESPN for just £6 per month if you take out BT Broadband, or you can add BT Sport without broadband to your Sky package on a rolling monthly contract.

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You can get all BT Sport and Sky Sports channels in one package, called the Big Kahuna Sports.

Starting from £32.99 per month you get over 230 channels including BT Sport - you will need to pay a little more to add in all 7 Sky Sports channels, but Sky Sports News HQ is part of the basic package.

Included with the Kahuna package is 100 Mbps optical fibre broadband and you will need to pay out £17.99 per month for the line rental.

 

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