2015 Africa Cup of Nations Sweepstake and Wall Chart

Africa FootballOn 17th January 2015, the 30th Africa Cup of Nations tournament will kick off in Bata, Equatorial Guinea - and we've got everything you need to enjoy this celebration of African sporting excellence, all in one place.

To join in with the fun and cheer on a team of your own, why not download our 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Sweepstake and Wall Chart Pack below? Make sure you download the right pack so the kick off times are in your time zone:

Each nation comes along with a fun fact so that you can learn something new about your team. Simply print off the Sweepstake sheet, cut along the dotted lines and get your family, friends and colleagues to draw from the hat!

You can then track your team's progress all the way to the final with our 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Wall Chart. It has all the fixtures, kick off times, venues and who will play who in the knockout stages right up to the final on 8th February. (It looks best on A3 paper but can work on A4 too - if you have good eyes!).

If you've come to this page to pledge your sweepstake funds to us - thank you! Simply click the button below to complete the donation:


Tournament background

The competition, organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), will bring together 16 nations from across the continent in a sporting battle to be crowned King of African Football.

This year Equatorial Guinea will play host for the second time in recent years. They stepped up at the last-minute after Morocco were stripped of host status in October last year over a row about the Ebola crisis.

Thanks to an upset in qualification, the current holders Nigeria failed to qualify and so the tournament is now wide open with a whole host of nations backing themselves to go all the way. Will it be Nabil Bentaleb's Algeria? Maybe Papiss Cisse's Senegal? What about mighty Yaya Toure's Ivory Coast (Cote D'ivoire)? Or will a smaller nation go against the odds and surprise everyone? It's happened before and can happen again!

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