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Full Fixtures for 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa

Posted On Thursday, 25th October 2012
Below are the full fixtures for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. All the times are in GMT.

Below are the full fixtures for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. All the times are in GMT.

Below are the full fixtures for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. All the times are in GMT.

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
  
   Quarter-finals
   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
  
   Semi-finals
   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
  
   Final
   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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READERS COMMENTS

  1. NANA YAW says:

    Interesting, i believe in the Black Stars!

  2. PETER says:

    go zambia go.we belive in you boys.i know it wont be easy but we will reach far once again.

  3. AMOS says:

    I wish kwesi appiah,will had kp boateng,muntari and essien. to the spuad for afcon 2013

  4. osego says:

    i ilike zambia i no it will push until final

  5. Eric says:

    This nations cup is for as. GHANA ALL THE WAY GOD BLESS GHANA.

  6. Bediako Asare says:

    ZAMBIA ZAMBIA ZAMBIA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT IS ZAMBIA ALL THE WAY. SO PROUD OF OUR BOYS





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