Watch a Morocco vs Tanzania live stream
The Morocco vs Tanzania live stream from AFCON 2023 today will be free on SABC Plus in South Africa. You'll need beIN Sports in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Sky Sports will show the game in the UK. Away from home? You can use a VPN to unblock streams from anywhere. Full details on how to watch just below.
The teams are in and Morocco go with their big guns as Achraf Hakimi, Youssef En-Nesyri, Nayf Aguerd and Azzedine Ounahi all in from the off. Bounou starts in goal, with Sofyan Amrabat starting in midfield. For Tanzania, Ally Samatta captains the side, with Haji Mnoga, Tarryn Allarakhia and Mohamed Hussein all in from the off.
Morocco vs Tanzania: preview
AFCON 2023 has already thrown up some massive early upsets – we're looking at you, Ghana 1-2 Cape Verde – so there's plenty of reason to watch the Morocco vs Tanzania live stream today.
Morocco have continued the impressive form that took them all the way to the 2022 World Cup semi-finals. The Atlas Lions have lost just once since Qatar – a 2-1 June 2023 reverse to South Africa in qualifying for this tournament – and have a heady mix of superb individual talent and clever tactics from manager Walid Regragui in the dugout. Achraf Hakimi is one of the world's best right-backs, with Noussair Mazraoui of Bayern Munich just as effective on the opposite flanks. Nayf Aguerd is a calming central presence while Hakim Ziyech and Youssef En-Nesyri lead a deadly forward line.
Tanzania may sit 121st in the current FIFA rankings, but there's no doubt the Taifa Stars will be inspired by the other upsets in AFCON 2023. One-time Aston Villa flop Ally Samatta, now of PAOK in Greece, is the most famous name in the squad that also includes Portsmouth defender Hai Mnoga, who has enjoyed excellent National League loan spells with Aldershot and Weymouth. If it's narrative you're after, keep an eye out for forward Ben Starkie, who has left behind seventh-tier English side Basford United to represent his country against Africa's elite.
In this guide, we explain how to get a Morocco vs Tanzania live stream today and watch the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 wherever you are.
FREE Morocco vs Tanzania live streams
Where to find FREE Morocco vs Tanzania live streams
South Africa's public broadcaster struck a very late deal to show all 52 AFCON games in 2024 for FREE, including Morocco vs Tanzania.
That means you can watch AFCON games for FREE on the SABC Plus website and app.
Elsewhere, in Sub-Saharan Africa broadcaster New World TV has secured the rights to live stream all 2023 Africa Cup of Nations matches for free (Just like it has for the Champions League).
The UK's BBC iPlayer (free to watch with a TV licence) will also stream 10 games from AFCON 2023, including both semi-finals and the final, but unfortunately Morocco vs Tanzania isn't one of them.
If you're from South Africa but are overseas when AFCON 2023 is on, it's possible to use the no.1 soccer VPN to unblock your usual stream from anywhere. Find more details below.
How to watch Morocco vs Tanzania from outside your country
If you’re overseas when Morocco vs Tanzania is on and try to watch the live action on your normal streaming service, you'll inevitably find that the coverage is blocked due to geographical rights reasons.
You can get past these blocks, however, by using a VPN. A virtual private network allows you to change your computer, smartphone or streaming device's IP address to a location that is showing your usual coverage.
Use a VPN to stream Morocco vs Tanzania from anywhere:
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You can get started with a VPN in three easy steps:
1. Download and install a VPN – as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN.
2. Connect to the appropriate server location – open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location. For example, you can use Express's South Africa server to watch SABC Plus.
3. Go to the broadcaster's stream – head to the relevant streaming service and watch as if you were back at home.
Global Morocco vs Tanzania live streams
How to watch Morocco vs Tanzania live streams in the UK
Sky Sports has now been named as the broadcaster for all 52 games of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in the UK. They will be shown across its Sky Sports Football or Sky Sports Mix channels. That includes Morocco vs Tanzania.
The BBC is showing 10 matches from the tournament for free, but unfortunately this isn't one of them.
Sky Sports subscribers can also watch the football via the Sky Go streaming service, which has dedicated apps for desktop, iOS, Android, and Xbox and PlayStation consoles. If you want to sign up, you can check out our dedicated guide to Sky TV deals and packages for today's best prices.
Don't fancy being locked in to a long, expensive contract? Now Sports offers a more flexible option with Day (£11.99) and Month (£34.99) Membership options.
To access your usual streaming service from outside the UK, you'll need to download a good streaming VPN, as detailed above.
How to watch Morocco vs Tanzania without cable in the US
International pay-TV sports specialist beIN Sports is the exclusive broadcaster of AFCON 2023, including Morocco vs Tanzania, in the US. beIN Sports is available on a selection of cable providers.
To watch the African Cup of Nations without cable, you can watch the action through an OTT cord-cutting service.
Sling TV is probably the best value around. You'll need one of its base Orange or Blue plans, costing from $40 a month (50% off your first 30 days) and then get its Sports Extra add-on for just $11 more.
Another costlier (but more thorough) option is Fubo. Its standard Pro plan generally costs $74.99 a month for access to more than 180 channels – including beIN. You can test out the service with the Fubo FREE 7-day trial and currently you can get $20 off your first month.
Dish TV and YouTube TV also have plans that carry beIN Sports.
And don't forget, a quality VPN will let you take your preferred streaming service with you wherever you go, even if that happens to be abroad.
How to watch Morocco vs Tanzania: live stream soccer in Canada
Much like in the US, beIN Sports is the exclusive broadcaster of AFCON 2023 in Canada. That means you can watch Morocco vs Tanzania.
beIN is available through most cable providers, including Bell, Rogers and Shaw, but there's also the option for cord cutters to use beIN's standalone streaming service BeIN Sports Connect.
The service is available for a modest outlay of $14.99 for a monthly pass or a yearly commitment for $99.99 per year. It has dedicated apps for smartphones and tablets, as well as a number of Smart TV platforms.
How to live stream Morocco vs Tanzania in Australia
The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations is listed among beIN Sports' list of upcoming competitions, so you can enjoy Morocco vs Tanzania Down Under.
beIN Sports costs $14.99 a month or you can effectively get 12 months for the price of 10 with the $149.99 annual plan. And if you're new to the specialist sports streamer, you can take advantage of its FREE one-week trial.
For beIN subscribers who find themselves outside Australia while the event is on, you can use a VPN to avoid annoying geo-blocking.
How to watch Morocco vs Tanzania football in New Zealand
beIN Sports has now been confirmed as New Zealand's official broadcaster of Africa Cup of Nations live streams, including Morocco vs Tanzania.
The service costs $14.99 a month or $149.99 a year, and there's a one-week FREE trial available for new customers to beIN.
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Andy Murray is an award-winning sports writer and columnist. A fluent Spanish speaker and former semi-professional footballer, he was senior staff writer of world-leading football magazine FourFourTwo for seven years and continues to write and edit for them, national newspapers, websites and Premier League clubs. He is not a famous tennis player.