Where to watch CAF Awards 2023 live in South Africa

Where to watch CAF Awards 2023 live in South Africa
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As the fans eagerly counts down to the highly anticipated CAF Awards 2023, South African enthusiasts are on the lookout for the best way to witness the unveiling of Africa's football elite.

Scheduled for Monday, 11 December 2023, at the prestigious Palais des Congrès, Movenpick, Marrakech, Morocco, the CAF Awards 2023 promises to be a night of glamour, celebration, and recognition.

For fans in South Africa keen to be part of this momentous occasion, the question arises: Where to watch CAF Awards 2023 live in South Africa?

In this guide, we explore the details, ensuring that football aficionados across the nation are well-equipped to tune in and be part of the excitement as the best of Africa is honored on the continental stage.

Mark your calendars: CAF Awards 2023 set for December 11

Football enthusiasts across the continent are eagerly awaiting the prestigious African Player of the Year awards, scheduled to take place on Monday, 11 December 2023.

The glittering event will unfold at the Palais des Congrès, Movenpick, in the enchanting city of Marrakech, Morocco, setting the stage for an unforgettable celebration of African excellence.

The much-anticipated ceremony is slated to commence at 8:00 PM SA Time, with the winners poised to be revealed through the collective verdict of a distinguished panel, featuring members from the CAF Technical Committee, media professionals, Head Coaches, and team captains.

As the countdown begins, the community is on the edge of their seats, ready to witness the crowning of the best players on the continent.

South Africa: CAF Awards 2023 nominees

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The spotlight shines brightly on the exceptional talent within South Africa.

The list of final nominees from the nation for various categories is nothing short of impressive.

In the Player of the Year (Women) category, Thembi Kgatlana, representing South Africa and Racing Louisville, stands as a formidable contender.

Mamelodi Sundowns dominates the Interclub Player of the Year (Men) category with two stellar names – Peter Shalulile from Namibia and Percy Tau, who currently plays for Al Ahly.

The women's equivalent sees the Sundowns represented by Refilwe Tholakele from Botswana and Lebohang Ramalepe from South Africa.

The coaching prowess of South Africa is recognized with Desiree Ellis contending for the Coach of the Year (Women) award, alongside Jerry Tshabalala from Mamelodi Sundowns.

Goalkeeper of the Year (Women) features the exceptional Andile Dlamini from Mamelodi Sundowns, showcasing her shot-stopping prowess.

The South African National Team (Women) secures its place among the finalists for National Team of the Year, emphasizing the nation's collective football brilliance.

Lastly, Mamelodi Sundowns proudly represents South Africa in both the Club of the Year (Men) and Club of the Year (Women) categories, underlining their dominance and excellence in African football.

As the CAF Awards draw near, the South African football community eagerly awaits the outcome, hoping to see their football stars and teams ascend to well-deserved glory on the continental stage.

Where to watch CAF Awards 2023 live in South Africa?

For South African fans eager to be part of this celebration of African football excellence, the live stream of the CAF Awards 2023 will be accessible on CAF's official YouTube channel and SABC.

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 months ago

Rababe Koussaimi, a 22-year-old football journalist, is deeply passionate about the world of sports. The Moroccan journalist channels her enthusiasm into writing and conducting extensive research, creating insightful and engaging content for GoalBallLive readers.