The BBC World Service will brings its most extensive coverage yet of the Africa Cup of Nations to millions of fans across Africa and around the world in English and nine other languages.
The BBC World Service will cover the Africa Cup of Nations in 10 languages
There are BBC reporters at every game reporting for World Service programmes Network Africa, Focus on Africa, Fast Track and Sports Round Up.
There will be live commentary of the opening game, as hosts Ghana take on Guinea, and then every match from the quarter-finals onwards.
Most of the BBC's partner stations and many of the FM relays around the continent will be taking special programmes dedicated to the competition.
Find out how to listen to the BBC where you are.
Africa's leading sports show, Fast Track with Farayi Mungazi will bring news and in-depth analysis every Monday and Friday live from Ghana at 1600 GMT. Email: email@example.com or text: +44 7786 202008.
Sportsworld with Russell Fuller broadcasts live from 'Champs Bar' in Accra from 1400-1700 GMT and from 1730-1800 GMT on Saturday 19 January.
Then Russell will be warming up for the opening game from 1600-1700 GMT on 20 January and Sportsworld will be live from Ghana again as we build up to the final, on 10 February. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text +44 7786 20 2004
Live Commentary on the BBC African Service of the opening game between hosts Ghana and Guinea starts at 1700 GMT on 20 January with Richard Fleming and Richard Connolly.
There is also live commentary on the Group A clash between Ghana and Morocco on Monday 28 January in Accra at 1700 GMT and the Group B tie in Sekondi between Nigeria and Benin at 1700 GMT.
And the interactive show Africa Have Your Say will be catching up with what the fans are thinking every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1600 GMT.
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World Football with Alan Green gets behind the scenes and tells the inside story of the world's number one sport every Saturday morning at 0730 and 1130 GMT.
Fans can download a podcast and email Alan via bbcworldservice.com/africanfootball.