The Africa Cup of Nation is the biggest football tournament in Africa and the next competition will be held in Cote d'Ivoire in 2023.
Senegal are currently the defending champions after defeating Egypt on penalties in the 2021 edition in Cameroon.
48 African countries have qualified for the 34th edition of the biennial Africa Cup of Nation in an attempted to dethrone Senegal as the continent's champions.
The draw took place today on April 19th 2022 at 17h30 GMT. The draw was conducted by the CAF Director of Competition Samson Adamu and assisted by Africa football legends Lucas Radebe and Solomon Kalou from South Africa and Cote d'Ivoire respectively.
Here are the groups after the AFCON 2023 qualifying draw.
Group A: Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau and São Tomē or Mauritius.
Group B: Burkina Faso,Cape Verde,Togo and Eswatini. Group C: Cameroon, Kenya, Namibia and Burundi. Group D: Egypt Guinea, Malawi and Ethiopia.￼Group E: Ghana, Madagascar, Angola and Central African Republic. Group F: Algeria, Uganda,Niger and Tanzania. Group G: Mali, Congo,Gambia and South Sudan. Group H: Cote d'Ivoire, Zambia,Comoros and Lesotho. Group I: DR Congo,Gabon, Mauritania and Sudan. Group J: Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea,Libya and Botswana.￼Group K: Morroco,South Africa, Zimbabwe and Liberia.Group L: Senegal,Benin, Mozambique and Rwanda.please leave a comment and don't forget to like and follow up for more latest content.￼
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