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What time is AFCON 2024 final? Nigeria vs Ivory Coast live stream, TV channel, prize money


The Africa Cup of Nations final features a West African derby as Nigeria take on hosts Ivory Coast on February 11.

The host nation have survived a few scares to reach the showpiece match with the finalists from the last three finals all eliminated in the previous rounds.

Nigeria won a third AFCON title in 2013, with Ivory Coast claiming a second in 2015, and this clash looks set to be a tight battle in Abidjan.

The Sporting News looks at the key details ahead of this game, including kickoff time, broadcast details and team news.

What time is AFCON 2024 final?

The AFCON final clash takes place at the Olympic Stadium of Ebimpé in Abidjan, Ivory Coast and kicks off on Sunday, February 11 at 8:00 p.m. local time.

Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories:

  Date Kickoff time
USA Sun, Feb. 11 3:00 p.m. ET
Canada Sun, Feb. 11 3:00 p.m. ET
UK Sun, Feb. 11 8:00 p.m. GMT
Australia Mon, Feb. 12 7:00 a.m. AEDT
India Mon, Feb. 12 1:30 a.m. IST

Nigeria vs Ivory Coast live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch this AFCON final match across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

Region TV Streaming
USA beIN Sports Fubo, beIN Sports Connect
Canada beIN Sports

Fubo Canada, beIN Sports Connect, Fanatiz Canada

UK Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, BBC 3 Sky GO, Now TV, BBC iPlayer
Australia beIN Sports 2 beIN Sports Connect
India FanCode


USA: This game is streamed live via Fubo, with additional options also available on beIN Sports.

Canada: This AFCON game is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every AFCON 2024 match live and on demand on beIN Sports.

UK: This match is available for live broadcast via Sky Sports with streaming options on Sky GO and Now TV. BBC 3 are also offering free-to-air coverage with the BBC iPlayer streaming the action.

Nigeria vs Ivory Coast lineups, team news

Nigeria head coach Jose Peseiro has not raised any fresh injury concerns following their penalty shootout semifinal win over South Africa.

Ademola Lookman could be a potential for the Super Eagles following an impressive cameo off the bench in the previous stage.

Nigeria (3-4-3, right to left): 23. Stanley Nwabali (GK) — 21. Calvin Bassey, 6. Semi Ajayi, 5. William Troost-Ekong — 2. Ola Aina, 17, Alex Iwobi, 8. Frank Onyeka, 11. Samuel Chukwueze — 15. Moses Simon, 9. Victor Osimhen, 18. Ademola Lookman.

Nigeria subs: TBC

Emerse Faé has defensive duo Odilon Kossounou and Oumar Niakhate back from suspension with Nottingham Forest star Ibrahima Sangare set to start.

Ivory Coast (4-3-3 right to left): 1. Yahia Fofana (GK) — 5. Wilfried Singo, 12. Willy Boly, 21. Evan Ndicka, 3. Ghislain Konan — 8. Franck Kessie, 6. Seko Fofana, 18. Ibrahim Sangare — 13. Jeremie Boga, 22. Sebastien Haller, 24. Simon Adingra.

Ivory Coast subs: TBC

AFCON 2023 prize money: How much winners will get

The Africa Football Confederation announced their plan to increase the tournament prize money ahead of the competition with a 40% rise for the winner from the previous finals.

The eventual champions at AFCON 2023 will pick up $7 million.

There will be lower amounts given to the losing finalists and each team qualifying for the semifinal and quarterfinals as detailed below.

AFCON 2023 prize money

Finish Prize Money
Winner $7 million
Runner-Up $4 million
Losing semifinalists $2.5 million
Losing quarterfinalists $1.3 million
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