Africa Cup of Nations 2023/24 Group Stage Standings Table

Africa Cup of Nations 2023/24 Group Stage Standings Table and Fixtures

Follow the standings table for the Group stage, Group: A,  B, C, D, E, and F stage for the Africa Cup of Nations 2023/24 season. Msimamo AFCON


Africa Cup of Nations 2023/24 Group Stage Standings Table

AFCON Group A Standings


AFCON Group B Standings

Also, check: Africa Cup of Nations 2023/24 Group Stage Fixtures


AFCON Group C Standings


AFCON Group D Standings

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AFCON Group E Standings

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AFCON Group F Standings

Msimamo AFCON Kundi F

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Also, check: Lineup for Angola vs Lesotho: COSAFA Group C 12.07.2023


Africa Cup of Nations Season 2023: Summary of Statistics (as of January 24, 2024)

  • Participating Teams: 24
  • Total Matches: 52
  • Matches Played (as of January 24, 2024): 32


Attacking Statistics:

  • Total Goals Scored: 88
  • Average Goals Per Match: 2.75

Top Scorer:

  • Player: Nsue
  • Goals: 5

Top Assists:

  • Player: José Machín
  • Assists: 3

Top Scoring Team:

  • Team: Equatorial Guinea
  • Goals: 9


Defending Statistics:

Conceded Goals:

  • Highest: Gambia (7 goals)

Clean Sheets:

  • Team with Most Clean Sheets: Senegal (2)
  • Goalkeeper with Most Clean Sheets: Edouard Mendy (2)


Discipline Statistics:

Yellow Cards:

  • Total Yellow Cards: 115
  • Average Yellow Cards Per Match: 3.59

Red Cards:

  • Total Red Cards: 2
  • Average Red Cards Per Match: 0.06

Yellow-Red Cards:

  • Total Yellow-Red Cards: 2
  • Average Yellow-Red Cards Per Match: 0.06


About AFCON 2023 Season

The 2023 African Cup of Nations, also known as the 2023 AFCON or CAN 2023 and sponsored by TotalEnergies, marks the 34th edition of the biennial African football tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Ivory Coast has been selected as the host nation for the second time, the previous occasion being in 1984.

Originally intended as the third edition since 2019 and scheduled during the Northern Hemisphere’s summer to avoid conflicts with European club teams and competitions, the tournament underwent a schedule change. CAF made the decision to postpone it to the period from 13 January to 11 February 2024, as officially announced on 3 July 2022.

This rescheduling was prompted by concerns regarding adverse weather conditions during the summer in Ivory Coast. Despite the shift in timing, the tournament retained its original name for sponsorship reasons.

This adjustment mirrors a similar decision made for the 2021 edition in Cameroon, which was also rescheduled to the Northern Hemisphere’s winter season for comparable reasons.


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