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the AFC Asian Cup live in 2024

Asian Cup 2024

One competition with a rich history is the Asian Cup. It holds great significance, especially in soccer-playing countries like South Korea, Australia, Japan, and the United States, and is the second-oldest continental soccer tournament in the world.

Every four years, there’s something truly exceptional on display, and for a lot of Americans—especially those of Asian descent—it’s a must-see.

Every Asian Cup match in 2024 may be followed, and for those who want to, there are several live streaming alternatives available.

MNC Media is the broadcaster with Indonesian rights for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup. The largest club and international football events, such as the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, the AFC Champions League, and the impending Euro 2024 finals in Germany this year, have historically been hosted by the network.

A 2019 renewal of the deal states that MNC will broadcast all neutral games in the major AFC competitions in addition to every Indonesian fixture. In other words, Vision+ will be the main source of Asian Cup activity in 2023.

The MNC Soccer Channel will air matches from the AFC Asian Cup 2023, starting on January 12 with the opening match against Qatar and Lebanon. It may be found on MNC Vision channel 101 or HD channel 420.

Fans may also stream via iptv , which is accessible on some mobile devices and on web browsers for subscribers.


Indonesia matches at the AFC Asian Cup


Indonesia was placed in Group D for the AFC Asian Cup in 2023. Monday, January 15, is when they start the competition against Iraq; on Friday, January 19, they play Vietnam. On Wednesday, January 24, they play a crucial encounter against the defending champions, Japan, to wrap off the group round.


MatchDateTime (WIB)
Indonesia vs. IraqMon, Jan. 159.30 p.m.
Vietnam vs. IndonesiaFri, Jan. 199.30 p.m.
Japan vs. IndonesiaWed, Jan. 24

6.30 p.m.


When does the 2023 AFC Asian Cup start?


against January 12, host Qatar takes against Lebanon in Lusail to begin the competition.

The knockout rounds start three days after the group stages end on January 25, and the final is set for February 10.

The details are presented in full below.


Group StageJan. 12 — 2524
Round of 16Jan. 28 — 3116
QuarterfinalsFeb. 2 — 38
SemifinalsFeb. 6 — 74
FinalFeb. 102


Teams at 2023 AFC Asian Cup


NationBest performance at Asian Cup
ChinaRunners Up (1984, 2004)
JapanChampions (1992, 2000, 2004, 2011)
SyriaGroup Stage (1980, 1984, 1988, 1996, 2011, 2019)
QatarChampions (2019)
South KoreaChampions (1956, 1960)
AustraliaChampions (2015)
IranChampions (1968, 1972, 1976)
Saudi ArabiaChampions (1984, 1988, 1996)
UAERunners Up (1996)
IraqChampions (2007)
OmanRound of 16 (2019)
VietnamSemifinals (1956, 1960)
LebanonGroup Stages (2000, 2019)
PalestineGroup Stage (2015, 2019)
UzbekistanSemifinals (2011)
ThailandSemifinals (1972)
IndiaRunners Up (1964)
Hong KongSemifinals (1956)
KyrgyzstanRound of 16 (2019)
BahrainSemifinals (2004)
MalaysiaGroup Stages (1976, 1980, 2007)
JordanQuarterfinals (2004, 2011)
IndonesiaGroup Stages (1996, 2000, 2004, 2007)
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