The 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations is set to officially kickoff on Friday, June 21, in Egypt.
Host team, The Pharaohs will take on Zimbabwe's The Warriors in the tournament's curtain raiser at the Cairo International Stadium.
The final group stage matches will be played on Friday, July 5, before the second round of the competition starting three days later.
The quarter finals and semis will be played between Wednesday, July 10, and Sunday, July 14, with the finals scheduled for Friday, July 19, at the iconic Cairo International Stadium.
Here is the complete day-by-day guide for the 2019 Afcon (Kick-off times in GMT):
Friday, June 21
Group A: Egypt v Zimbabwe, Cairo International Stadium
Saturday, June 22
Group A: Democratic Republic of Congo v Uganda, Cairo Stadium
Group B: Nigeria v Burundi, Guinea v Madagascar, both Alexandria Stadium
Sunday, June 23
Group D: Morocco v Namibia, Al Salam Stadium, Cairo
Group C: Senegal v Tanzania 1700, Kenya v Algeria, both June 30 Stadium, Cairo
Monday, June 24
Group D: South Africa v Ivory Coast, Al Salam Stadium
Group E: Tunisia v Angola 1700, Mauritania v Mali both Suez Stadium
Tuesday, June 25
Group F: Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau
Ghana v Benin, both Ismailia Stadium
Wednesday, June 26
Group B: Nigeria v Guinea, Alexandria Stadium
Group A: Uganda v Zimbabwe, Egypt v DR Congo, both Cairo Stadium
Thursday, June 27
Group B: Madagascar v Burundi, Alexandria Stadium
Group C: Algeria v Senegal, Kenya v Tanzania, both June 30 Stadium
Friday, June 28
Group E: Tunisia v Mali, Suez Stadium;
Group D: Morocco v Ivory Coast, Namibia v South Africa, both Al Salam Stadium
Saturday, June 29
Group E: Mauritania v Angola, Suez Stadium;
Group F: Cameroon v Ghana, Benin v Guinea-Bissau, both Ismailia Stadium
Sunday, June 30
Group B: Madagascar v Nigeria, Alexandria Stadium; Burundi v Guinea, Al Salam Stadium.
Group A: Egypt v Uganda, Cairo Stadium; Zimbabwe v DR Congo, June 30 Stadium,
Monday, July 1
Group D: South Africa v Morocco, Al Salam Stadium; Namibia v Ivory Coast, June 30 Stadium, both 1600hrs.
Group C: Kenya v Senegal, June 30 Stadium; Tanzania v Algeria, Al Salam Stadium.
Tuesday, July 2
Group F: Benin v Cameroon, Ismailia Stadium; Guinea-Bissau v Ghana, Suez Stadium.
Group E: Mauritania v Tunisia, Suez Stadium; Angola v Mali, Ismailia Stadium.
Friday, July 5
(41) Group D winners v 3rd Group B/E/F, Al Salam Stadium; (38) Group A runners-up v Group C runners-up, Cairo Stadium.
Friday, July 6
(42) Group B runners-up v Group F runners-up, Alexandria Stadium 1600hrs; (39) Group A winners v 3rd Group C/D/E, Cairo Stadium.
Saturday, July 7
(37) Group B winners v 3rd Group A/C/D, Alexandria Stadium 1600; (40) Group C winners v 3rd Group A/B/F, June 30 Stadium
Sunday, July 8
(43) Group E winners v Group D runners-up, Suez Stadium 1600; (44) Group F winners v Group E runners-up, Ismailia Stadium
Tuesday, July 10
(45) Winners match 38 v winners 41, June 30 Stadium; (48) Winners 42 v winners 39, Cairo Stadium
Wednesday, July 11
(47) Winners 43 v winners 40, Suez Stadium; (46) Winners 37 v winners 44, Al Salam Stadium
Saturday, July 14
Winners 45 v winners 46, June 30 Stadium; Winners 47 v winners 48, Cairo Stadium
Tuesday, July 17
Losing semi-finalists, Al Salam Stadium
Friday, July 19
Winning semi-finalists, Cairo Stadium.
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