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Afcon 2013 – all live, all in HD



When the continent’s top footballers gather in South Africa in January for the much anticipated Cup of Nations, SuperSport will be there to broadcast every minute of the live action.

All 32 games will be exclusively live and in HD on SuperSport, plus magazine shows, build-ups and highlights, guaranteeing an optimal viewing experience with superior picture quality.

“With African football at an all-time high and the top leagues sprinkled with Africa’s stars, interest is bound to be high,” said Happy Ntshingila, CEO of SuperSport. “We will be pulling out all stops to make this a memorable fortnight for lovers of the beautiful game. I’m proud that every minute of every game will be available on SuperSport.”

Not only South Africa but the entire sub-Saharan region – 50 countries in all – will be able to tune into SuperSport for Afcon 2013.

As ever, SuperSport will have top guests and analysts in studio.

All the matches will be on SuperSport 4, although on the four days when there are concurrent fixtures, SuperSport Blitz will broadcast the corresponding match.

Additional details will be announced closer to the January 19 kickoff.



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