What you need to know:
- The tournament will feature 24 teams vying for the coveted Continental Football Cup. Tanzania, having qualified for only the third time after 1980
Dar es Salaam. Football fans in Tanzania have a chance to witness history being made at the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament set to go down in Ivory Coast.
The fans will get to see and support Tanzania’s men’s national team, the Taifa Stars, as they battle it out against some of the continent’s best teams.
This opportunity to witness magic on the pitch, dubbed Twende Afcon 2024, has been made possible by online sports betting company Betway.
Four tickets are up for grabs and will be the only gateway to see firsthand Taifa Stars, who made history by qualifying for Afcon for only the third time since the competition began.
To enter the promo, customers need to register with Betway, deposit using any network, and place a bet on any sports fixture between November 16 and December 16, 2023. Every deposit will earn an entry into the lucky draw, where one of the four tickets could be yours.
Jimmy Masaoe, the country operations manager for Betway Tanzania, said, “We are thrilled to be part of this historic moment for Tanzanian football. We love every football moment, and we want to share this excitement with our customers and all sports fans.
This promo is our way of supporting the Taifa Stars and giving our fans a chance to witness their glory in Ivory Coast.”
The company’s marketing manager, Calvin Mhina, also encouraged sports fans to grab the opportunity to support the national team.
“This is a rare and amazing opportunity for football lovers in Tanzania. Don’t miss this chance to win a ticket to Afcon and cheer on the Taifa Stars.
Register with Betway today and place your bets to enter the draw. You could be one of the lucky winners to travel to Ivory Coast and witness history in the making.”The Africa Cup of Nations 2024 is scheduled to kick off in Ivory Coast from January 13 to February 11, 2024.
The tournament will feature 24 teams vying for the coveted Continental Football Cup. Tanzania, having qualified for only the third time after 1980 and 2019 since the establishment of Afcon, will commence its campaign in Group F against Morocco on January 17, followed by matches against Zambia on January 21, and DR Congo on January 24.