Defending champions Algeria head into the finals as one of the favourites alongside the likes of Senegal, Ivory Coast and Egypt ahead of an intense few weeks. Early on, Nigeria and Cameroon look like the favourites but we’ve already seen a shock with Sierra Leone holding Algeria to a draw.
Here’s your guide on how to keep on top of everything.
Where to watch AFCON 2022
TV channel: Sky Sports will be broadcasting all 52 of the tournament’s games from the opening group stage affair right up until the final.
The BBC, meanwhile, will broadcast 10 games including two of the quarter-finals, both semi-finals and the final.
This week, Gabon vs Ghana (Friday 7pm GMT) will be available on both the BBC Sport website and the BBC iPlayer,
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the games via the Sky Go app.
Highlights: Highlights are expected to be shown across Sky Sports’ social media channels. They will also be available on the BBC.