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Help! Where can soccer fans watch African Cup of Nations?

January 8, 2010 | 5:47 pm No comments
By George Tanner

Folks, I have a question from a reader. Denise Grady, a loyal fan of the Colorado Rapids and the University of Colorado soccer team, wants to know if there are any public viewing venues for games of the Africa Cup of Nations.

African Cup of NationsDenise says the games are available online at MyAfricanFootball.com, but she’s looking for a place to get together with other soccer fans to watch in a festive atmospher.

Any help? Any ideas? Know of any place that’s either planning to show the games or might be receptive to a suggestion (and a room full of rowdies)?

The tournament starts Sunday with host nation Angola taking on Mali. The final is January 31. Here’s a link to the official Web site.

If anybody has an answer, shoot me an e-mail, and I’ll forward your results to Denise.

As for the different logos (one on the homepage and one on this post), I’ve seen three logos that look like the official logo. There’s a different logo on the official web site, and there’s also information about the mascot, the Palanquinha, inspired on the giant black antelope.

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