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CHAN 2016: List of broadcasters allowed to transmit continental matches

Posted on Jan 15 2016

The 4th edition of the Africa Nations’ Championship (CHAN) tournament kicks off on Saturday in Rwanda with 16 teams set to compete in a three-week long tournament.

The opening matches will pit hosts Rwanda against Cote d’Ivoire at 15:00 before Morocco takes on Gabon at 18:00 in Group A and all matches will be held at Amahoro Stadium.

Below is a list of the tournament’s broadcasters
- beIN Sports (Pay+Free TV) : MENA area
- Supersport (Pay TV): Sub-Saharan territories
- SABC (Free TV): South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland
- Canal+ France (Pay TV): France, Monaco, Andorre et Suisse
- Canal+ Afrique (Pay TV): Sub-Saharan territories
- Orange (mobile): Africa

List of national TV broadcasters:
Gabon / Guinée / Angola / Cameroun / Côte d’Ivoire / Mali / RDC / Zimbabwe/ (+Rwanda HB)/ Bénin / Burkina Faso / Congo / Ghana / Madagascar / Maurice / Namibia / Sénégal / Tanzania / Togo.

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