The African Cup of Nations Qualifiers is a competition that serves as a qualifier for the biggest national team competition on the African continent, the African Cup of Nations.
A GOAL FOR GHANA AT 72′
It draws you in. Bukari was given a pass, and he took advantage of the chance to tie the game for Ghana.
52′ ANGOLA GOAL
Angola’s first goal came after Lucas Joo’s penalty kick was successfully completed.
In March 2022, the competition officially began with a preliminary round of picks made from teams with the worst continent-wide rankings. On June 1st of last year, the group stage began, when strong teams were already competing.
The first two in each of the 12 groups, which include four teams each, qualify for the 2024 African Cup of Nations to be held in Ivory Coast.
Follow the African Cup of Nations Qualifiers game between Angola and Ghana live for information on the stream, score online, predictions, TV channel, lineups ahead of time, start time, and result updates on March 27, 2023. Time of kickoff: 1:00 a.m. ET
Senegal, Morocco, Nigeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Cameroon, Algeria, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Ghana, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are the top seeds. Senegal, Morocco, Cameroon, and Ghana participated in the most recent World Cup, when the Moroccan squad made history by beating Spain, Portugal, and Belgium on the way to the quarterfinals before losing to France, the eventual vice-champion of the world, and Senegal.
Between January 5 and January 28 of the next year, Ivory Coast will host the African Cup of Nations. The Ebimpé Olympic Stadium, which seats 60,000 people and serves as the final stage, is one of the six venues used to host the competition. stadiums like Iamussucro Stadium, Korhogo Stadium, San Pédro Stadium, and Félix Houphout-Boigny Stadium. The first two are located in Abidjan, the same city.
The competition, which has already made a big name for itself on the football calendar and features players from many of the top leagues across the world, will be in its 34th edition. Egypt defeated Ethiopia 4-0 to win the first tournament in Sudan in 1957’s first iteration of the event.
With seven victories, including the most recent in 2010, Egypt holds the most titles in the competition. Mohamed Salah’s team has gone 23 years without winning the championship after finishing second in 2021 to Senegal, who took home the competition’s first prize.
The top winners in the African competition are Cameroon with five, Ghana with four, Nigeria with three, Ivory Coast, Algeria, and DR Congo, each with two. With one championship apiece, Zambia, Tunisia, Sudan, Senegal, Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, and Congo round out the list. Mali, Burkina Faso, Uganda, Guinea, and Libya all made it to the championship game but were never victorious, while Equatorial Guinea advanced to the quarterfinals.