Where to catch all the AFCON 2015 action online

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Soccer fever hit Africa again this past weekend as the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) kicked off in Equatorial Guinea. If you’re keen on keeping up with the action before, during and after matches – even when you’re not in front of your TV screen – we’ve got you covered below with a list of all the online services at your disposal.

Live Soccer TV

Live Soccer TV covers all soccer leagues and tournaments from around the world (including AFCON) providing all the information fans need to know about their favourite teams, match fixtures, commentary, news, channels and more. Visit the website to see a full list of all upcoming fixtures, which channels they will be broadcast on, when they will be repeated, live stream links and check out the tournament log to see where your favourite country’s team is sitting.

An added plus is that Live Soccer TV doesn’t only provide AFCON channel listings for fans in Africa, but includes listings from many other countries outside of the continent’s boarders.

There’s also the Live Soccer TV app for Android and iOS that you can d0wnload for free.


You can also keep up with all the live action on Twitter by following these official accounts:

  • For live commentary during each match, make sure you visit the @AFCON_Football account.
  • The @AFCON_2015 posts all related news, fixtures and updates.
  • Follow all updates, news and show your support for our boys on their official account, @BafanaBafana.


Head over to the Confederation of African Football’s (CAF) website to read up on the coach and players’ reactions after each match, see exclusive photos and video highlights.


If you’re looking to watch the soccer online, you can visit SuperSport’s live streaming channel to enjoy current matches and see a list of all the other upcoming live streams SuperSport offers. Note: you will need a Premium DStv subscription and register for a Connect ID using your email address or mobile number to watch live streaming. You can also log on with YouTube, Google Plus and Facebook using your Connect ID.

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