Africa Cup of Nations 2022 Stadiums

Africa Cup of Nations 2022 stadiums have been announced, with Africa’s biggest nation Cameroon being the host. The Africa Cup of Nations (also known as AFCON) is Africa’s biggest football competition. The Africa Cup is held every two years, with the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations being the 33rd Africa Cup of Nations.

Africa Cup of Nations 2022 stadiums include the Olembe Stadium, Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo, Japoma Stadium, Limbe Stadium, Kouekong Stadium, and Roumde Adjia Stadium. The Africa Cup of Nations 2022 opening match is set to take place at the newly built 60,000 seaters Olembe Stadium in Yaoundé.


Africa Cup of Nations 2022 Stadiums list

Olembe Stadium – Yaoundé

The Olembe Stadium in Yaoundé is set to be the biggest Africa Cup of Nations 2022 Stadium in Cameroon. The Olembe Stadium has a capacity of 60,000 seats and will be the setting for the opening game and final of Africa Cup of Nations 2022. Cameroon is also scheduled to play against Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, and Cape Verde in the group stage at the Olembe Stadium.


  • Cameroon vs Burkina Faso
  • Ethiopia vs Cape Verde
  • Cameroon vs Ethiopia
  • Cape Verde vs Burkina Faso
  • Cape Verde vs Cameroon
  • Burkina Faso vs Ethiopia
  • One last 16 match
  • Quarterfinal #3
  • Semifinal #2
  • Final

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Japoma Stadium – Douala

The Japoma Stadium has been one of the most beautiful venues in Africa for football matches. The stadium was built from 2017 to 2019 and can accommodate up to 50,000 people. The Group E match between Ivory Coast and Algeria is one of the more anticipated matches in this year’s Africa Cup of Nations. This battle for dominance will take place at Japona Stadium, where it all began back when these two countries were rivals fighting over who would control Western Sahara Affair.


  • Algeria vs Sierra Leone
  • Equatorial Guinea vs Ivory Coast
  • Ivory Coast vs Sierra Leone
  • Algeria vs Equatorial Guinea
  • Ivory Coast vs Algeria
  • Sierra Leone vs Equatorial Guinea
  • One last 16 match
  • Quarterfinal #2
  • Quarterfinal #4
  • Semifinal #1

Limbe Stadium – Limbe

Limbe Ominisport stadium with 20,000 seats in Limbé. It was opened in 2014 and is the second smallest stadium at the Afcon 2021. Group F countries will play their group matches in Limbe, Mauritania, Guinea, Ethiopia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.


  • Tunisia vs Mali
  • Mauritania vs Gambia
  • Gambia vs Mali
  • Tunisia vs Mauritania
  • Gambia vs Tunisia
  • Mali vs Mauritania
  • Two last 16 matches

Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo – Yaoundé

The Ahmadou-Ahidjo Stadium in Yaoundé is the scene of the Africa Cup of Nations Group C, which includes Morocco, Ghana, Comoros, and Aubameyang’s Gabon. With a capacity of around 40,000 seats, this stadium from 1972 (with renovations in 2005 and 2016) is certainly worth a visit.


  • Morocco vs Ghana
  • Comoros vs Gabon
  • Morocco vs Comoros
  • Gabon vs Ghana
  • Gabon vs Morocco
  • Ghana vs Comoros
  • One last 16 match
  • Third/Fourth Place play-off

Kouekong Stadium – Bafoussam

The Omnisports stadium Kouekong (20,000 seats) in Bafoussam will be the smallest of this tournament. The 20,000-seat stadium is situated in the middle of Cameroon. The Kouekong Stadium will host matches from Group B consisting of Zimbabwe, Guinea, and Malawi.


  • Senegal vs Zimbabwe
  • Guinea vs Malawi
  • Senegal vs Guinea
  • Malawi vs Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwe vs Guinea
  • Malawi vs Senegal
  • Two last 16 matches

Roumde Adjia Stadium – Garoua

The Roumdé Adjia Stadium is one of the most important stadiums in Garoua. It was opened back in 1978, and has been renovated for this Africa Cup Of Nations hosting rights to be played at its current location – undergoes major changes specifically with new seats that can accommodate 25-30 thousand people per match! The teams from Group D will play here including Nigeria vs Egypt or Sudan & Guinea Bissau.


  • Nigeria vs Egypt
  • Sudan vs Guinea Bissau
  • Nigeria vs Sudan
  • Guinea Bissau vs Egypt
  • Guinea Bissau vs Nigeria
  • Egypt vs Sudan
  • One last 16 fixture
  • Quarterfinal #1

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