Where to Watch All of Kenya's AFCON Matches Live

  • Image of Harambee stars players receiving instructions from Coach Migne File
  • The Government of Kenya has secured the rights to air all the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) games freely to its citizens.

    Kenya's national team, Harambee Stars, will be making their return to the continental tournament for the first time in 15 years.

    Reports indicate that all the matches will be aired live on the national broadcaster KBC TV as well as radio.

    Kenya national football team pictured during a training session in France. June 10, 2019

    In a move that will be welcomed by the millions of football enthusiasts in Kenya, the government moved to reassure its citizens that they would not be required to pay a single shilling in order to cheer the national team to glory.

    The 32 edition of the tournament is set to kick off on June 21, 2019, to July 19, 2019, in Egypt after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) voted to move it from January/February.

    It will be the first time that the biennial cup competition will involve a total of 24 teams, an increase from the previously allowed 16 spots.

    The tourney, which was set to be hosted by Cameroon, was swiftly moved to Egypt due to delays in the setting up of the necessary infrastructure.
     
    Ksh450 million has been set aside be handed to the eventual winner, with the first runners up guaranteed a payday of Ksh250 million.

    The Harambee Stars will be captained by Tottenham's midfield powerhouse, Victor Wanyama, in what is arguably the tournament's group of death comprised of Algeria, Senegal and Tanzania.

    National team coach, Sebastian Migne, had opted to take the squad to France for some friendly games in preparation for the highly anticipated tournament.

    Harambe Stars captain Victor Wanyama pictured in training June 11, 2019