• Olympic Stadium of Ebimpe

  • Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium

  • Peace Stadium

  • Stadium of Korhogo

  • Charles Konan Banny Stadium

  • Laurent Pokou Stadium

CITY                        Abidjan
STADIUM CONSTRUCTION            2016 - 2020
CAPACITY                     60 000

Located in one of the country’s economic hubs in the city of Abidjan, the Olympic Stadium of Epimbe will play host to the opening and closing ceremony of the tournament. 

The 60 000-seater capacity arena headlines one of many infrastructure legacies of the tournament for the host nation and will bring a number of economic opportunities after the final whistle is sounded.

The erecting of the world-class venue began in 2016 with the breaking of ground for the multi-purpose venue. 

It was then officially inaugurated on 3 October 2020 in a ceremony attended by senior Government Ministers and officials before an exhibition match between two of the nation’s biggest clubs, Asec Mimosas and Africa Sports Abidjan.

In addition to its large hosting capacity, the Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose venue that boast a number of world-class amenities such as an athletics track, conference facilities, gyms, auditorium and VIP.

CITY            Abidjan
BUILT            1952
RENOVATION        2021 - 2023
CAPACITY        29 000    

Named after the founder of Cote D’Ivoire and the nation’s first Head of State, President Felix Houphouet-Boigny, one of the country’s heritage venues will play host to the Africa’s biggest event for the second time, having been one of the two host venues back in 1984. 

In line with meeting the required CAF Standards, the stadium is undergoing complete renovations to its structural set up, seating, pitch, dressing rooms and hospitality suits.

The seating capacity has doubled to 33 000 ahead of the tournament, along with other facility upgrades to the venue. 

In addition to football, the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium boasts an athletics track and has also hosted a number of major sporting codes and events in Abidjan. 


CITY             Bouake         
BUILT            1983
RENOVATIONS        2019 - 2023
CAPACITY        40 000

One of Cote D’Ivoire’s most iconic football stadiums, the Peace Stadium, located in the nation’s second largest city of Bouake will be hosting its second TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations after being one of the host venues back in 1984. 

One of the venue’s most memorable events includes the dramatic semi-final 5-4 penalty win by Cameroon against Algeria in the 1984 TotalEnergies AFCON where the Indomitable Lions went on to claim the title. 

The stadium has since received a major facelift from its original 15 000 to the now 40 000 capacity-seating among other upgrades ahead of the tournament. 

Additional upgrades include a fully-equipped Media Centre, Auditorium, Conference Facilities as well as an upgraded spectator parking facility to accommodate the thousands of expected fans. 

CITY             Korhogo
BUILT            2019 - 2023
CAPACITY        20 000

Located in the northern part of Cote D’Ivoire’s city of Korhogo, the Stadium of Korhogo is one of the legacies that will come with hosting an international event of the magnitude of the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Cote D’Ivoire 2023. 

The newly built stadium will cover a vast 20.17 hectares of land to add to the esthetic beauty of the city. 

The hosting capacity will be 20 000, with a quality natural grass field, an athletics track, media centre, broadcast compound as well as other stadium facilities required for hosting international events such as the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations. 

CITY             Yamoussoukro        
BUILT            2019 - 2021
CAPACITY        20 000

Located in the nation’s capital of Yamoussoukro that is constantly abuzz with economic activity, the newly built Yamoussoukro Stadium forms part of the city’s monumental architecture and will add to the city’s economic hub of activity post the tournament.  

After a two-year construction, the stadium hosted its first football match on 3 June, which served as a qualifier to the TotalEnergies AFCON Cote D’Ivoire 2023 finals as the hosts edged Zambia 3-1 at the grand opening. 

The Yamoussoukro Stadium has a seating capacity of 20 000, an athletics track, media facilities, hospitality suites and conference centers. 

CITY         San Pedro        
BUILT        2019 - 2023    
CAPACITY    20 000    

An architectural beauty located in the rich in culture region of Poro, the San Pedro Stadium also forms part of the infrastructure legacy of hosting the TotalEnergies AFCON Cote D’Ivoire 2023. 

With construction starting in 2018, the 20 000-seater is poised to be a jewel for the Poro region.

Covering 23.33 hectares of land, the stadium’s elegant design will be complemented by its world-class facilities which include a state-of-the-art natural grass pitch, conference centers, media centre and other facilities that will drive economic activity after the final whistle is sounded.