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AFCON 2013: CAF Release Match Fixtures and Time

Friday, 26 October 2012

AFCON 2013: CAF Release Match Fixtures and TimeAfrica’s football governing body Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released the fixtures for next year’s championship to be held in South Africa.

The tournament which starts on Saturday, January 19, 2013 and ends on Sunday, February 10 has the following venues, dates and times:

Group A (Durban unless stated)

Jan 19 At Johannesburg South Africa v Cape Verde 1600, Angola v Morocco 1900

Jan 23 South Africa v Angola 1500, Morocco v Cape Verde 1800

Jan 27 South Africa v Morocco 1700 At Port Elizabeth Cape Verde v Angola 1700

Group B (Port Elizabeth unless noted)

Jan 20 Ghana v DR Congo 1500, Mali v Niger 1800

Jan 24 Ghana v Mali 1500, Niger v DR Congo 1800

Jan 28 Ghana v Niger 1700 At Durban DR Congo v Mali 1700

Group C (Nelspruit unless noted)

Jan 21 Zambia v Ethiopia 1500, Nigeria v Burkina Faso 1800

Jan 25 Zambia v Nigeria 1500, Burkina Faso v Ethiopia 1800

Jan 29 Zambia v Burkina Faso 1700 At Rustenburg Ethiopia v Nigeria 1700

Group D (Rustenburg unless noted)

Jan 22 Ivory Coast v Togo 1500, Tunisia v Algeria 1800

Jan 26 Ivory Coast v Tunisia 1500, Algeria v Togo 1800

Jan 30 Ivory Coast v Algeria 1700 At Nelspruit Togo v Tunisia 1700


Feb 2 At Port Elizabeth (1) Gp B winners v Gp A runners-up 1500 At Durban (2) Gp A winners v Gp B runners-up 1830

Feb 3 At Rustenburg (3) Gp D winners v Gp C runners-up 1500 At Nelspruit (4) Gp C winners v Gp D runners-up 1830


Feb 6 At Durban Winners quarter-final 2 v winners quarter-final 3 1500

At Nelspruit Winners quarter-final 4 v winners quarter-final 1 1830

Third place

Feb 9 At Port Elizabeth Semi-finals losers 1800


Feb 10 At Johannesburg Semi-finals winners 1800

Match venues

Johannesburg: Soccer City (94,000 capacity)

Durban: Moses Mabhida Stadium (54,000)

Nelspruit: Mbombela Stadium (41,000)

Port Elizabeth: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (48,500)

Rustenburg: Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace (42,000)

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