StarTimes to broadcast all CHAN 2023 games live in 4 Different Native Languages

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The 7th edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) will be held from January 13 to February 4, 2023 in Algeria. StarTimes will broadcast the games live in 4 different native languages i.e. English, Luganda, Runyooro and Luo. World Football and Sanyuka Prime will be the lead channels broadcasting in English and Luganda respectively; customers on both satellite and Antenna decoders will access all the action irrespective of the bouquet. Sanyuka Prime is an exclusive local channel on StarTimes that is dedicated to sports and trendy Movies.

After the draw ceremony held at the Algiers Opera on October 1, 2022, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) released the competition schedule. The opening match will oppose the host country, Algeria to the Libyan selection, on January 13, 2023, at 5 p.m., at the Baraki stadium; with a capacity of 40,784 covered places, located southeast of Algiers.

Uganda was drawn in Group B together with DR Congo, Senegal and Cote D’Ivoire. Uganda cranes has failed to go past the group stages during the five times they have played in the tournament that started in 2007 but will this time try to aim higher than that during next years’ edition in Algeria.

Group C features current African hero during recent World Cup Morocco against Sudan, Madagascar and Ghana. Uganda’s opening match will be against Congo on 14th Jan, 2023 at 7:00PM.

As StarTimes, CHAN is such a special competitions for us due to the fact that only StarTimes Uganda Premier league stars are eligible to participate. This platform will open doors for our players to greener pastures. “Lule Isma Brand and Marketing Director StarTimes.

StarTimes is the official and Exclusive sponsor and Broadcast of Uganda top and second tier men football league commonly known as StarTimes Uganda Premier League, Germany Bundesliga among others. Stay locked for more football action around the World.

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