The final games of the Afcon qualifiers come to an end as 24 teams qualify to participate in the African Cup of Nations that takes place in Ivory Coast next January.
The list was confirmed on Tuesday following the final games that saw Cameroon and Namibia become the 23rd and 24th nations that will be travelling to Ivory Coast next year.
The Afcon had originally been scheduled to start in June 2023 but was moved to a later date of January 13, 2024, because of fears for the rainy season in Ivory Coast.
48 teams were shared into 12 groups in the qualifiers, and the top two teams in each group will qualify for the tournament after a home and away round-robin format.
The 24 teams to qualify are listed below according to their groups, starting with the first group.
Group A: Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau
Group B: Burkina Faso, Cape Verde
Group C: Cameroon, Namibia
Group D: Egypt, Guinea
Group E: Ghana, Angola
Group F: Algeria, Tanzania
Group G: Mali, Gambia
Group H: Zambia, Ivory Coast
Group I: DR Congo, Mauritania
Group J: Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea
Group K: South Africa, Morocco
Group L: Senegal, Mozambique