The biennial international men’s football championship of Africa is organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
The 32nd edition was initially scheduled to be hosted by Cameroon. The Central African country would have hosted the competition for the first time since 1972. They were also the title holders after winning the previous edition.
On 30 November 2018, Cameroon was stripped of hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations due to delays in the delivery of infrastructure, the Boko Haram insurgency and the Anglophone Crisis.
On 8 January 2019, Egypt was chosen by the CAF Executive Committee as the host nation of the competition.
The tournament has also been moved from the original dates of 15 June – 13 July to 21 June – 19 July due to Ramadan.
Where to watch 2019 AFCON matches live?
The matches will be broadcast live on Super Sports channels.
See complete day-by-day schedule for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt below. (all kick-off times GMT, two hours behind local time):
Group A: Egypt v Zimbabwe, Cairo International Stadium (20:00)
Gp A: Democratic Republic of Congo v Uganda, Cairo Stadium (14:30); Gp B: Nigeria v Burundi (17:00), Guinea v Madagascar (20:00), both Alexandria Stadium.
Gp D: Morocco v Namibia, Al Salam Stadium, Cairo (14:30); Gp C: Senegal v Tanzania (17:00), Kenya v Algeria (20:00), both June 30 Stadium, Cairo.
Gp D: South Africa v Ivory Coast, Al Salam Stadium (14:30); Gp E: Tunisia v Angola (17:00), Mauritania v Mali (20:00), both Suez Stadium.
Gp F: Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau (17:00), Ghana v Benin (20:00), both Ismailia Stadium.
Gp B: Nigeria v Guinea, Alexandria Stadium (14:30); Gp A: Uganda v Zimbabwe (17:00), Egypt v DR Congo (20:00), both Cairo Stadium.
Gp B: Madagascar v Burundi, Alexandria Stadium (14:30); Gp C: Algeria v Senegal (17:00), Kenya v Tanzania (20:00), both June 30 Stadium.
Gp E: Tunisia v Mali, Suez Stadium (14:30); Gp D: Morocco v Ivory Coast (17:00), Namibia v South Africa (20:00), both Al Salam Stadium.
Gp E: Mauritania v Angola, Suez Stadium (14:30); Gp F: Cameroon v Ghana (17:00), Benin v Guinea-Bissau (20:00), both Ismailia Stadium.
Gp B: Madagascar v Nigeria, Alexandria Stadium; Burundi v Guinea, Al Salam Stadium, both 1600. Gp A: Egypt v Uganda, Cairo Stadium; Zimbabwe v DR Congo, June 30 Stadium, both 1900.
Gp D: South Africa v Morocco, Al Salam Stadium; Namibia v Ivory Coast, June 30 Stadium, both 1600. Gp C: Kenya v Senegal, June 30 Stadium; Tanzania v Algeria, Al Salam Stadium, both 1900.
Gp F: Benin v Cameroon, Ismailia Stadium; Guinea-Bissau v Ghana, Suez Stadium, both 1600. Gp E: Mauritania v Tunisia, Suez Stadium; Angola v Mali, Ismailia Stadium, both 1900.
(41) Gp D winners v 3rd Gp B/E/F, Al Salam Stadium 1600; (38) Gp A runners-up v Gp C runners-up, Cairo Stadium 1900.
(42) Gp B runners-up v Gp F runners-up, Alexandria Stadium 1600; (39) Gp A winners v 3rd Gp C/D/E, Cairo Stadium 1900.
(37) Gp B winners v 3rd Gp A/C/D, Alexandria Stadium 1600; (40) Gp C winners v 3rd Gp A/B/F, June 30 Stadium 1900.
(43) Gp E winners v Gp D runners-up, Suez Stadium 1600; (44) Gp F winners v Gp E runners-up, Ismailia Stadium 1900.
(45) Winners match 38 v winners 41, June 30 Stadium 1600; (48) Winners 42 v winners 39, Cairo Stadium 1900.
(47) Winners 43 v winners 40, Suez Stadium 1600; (46) Winners 37 v winners 44, Al Salam Stadium 1900.
Winners 45 v winners 46, June 30 Stadium 1600; Winners 47 v winners 48, Cairo Stadium 1900.
Losing semi-finalists, Al Salam Stadium 1900.
Winning semi-finalists, Cairo Stadium 1900.