The 24 teams who will compete in next year’s Africa Cup of Nations have been announced.
This comes after Cameroon and Namibia were confirmed on Tuesday.
The Indomitable Lions defeated Burundi 3-0 to win Group C and advance to their 19th consecutive final.
Namibia finished second in their group, securing their spot in the competition.
Senegal, Egypt, Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, and Algeria have already purchased their tickets.
Gambia will be making its second appearance at the AFCON, hence there will be no debutants.
Below are countries that have qualified in alphabetical order:
Cote d’Ivoire (Hosts)
Senegal (Title Holders)
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