Despite a late night timeslot, the United States/Mexico World Cup qualifier was a big television draw Tuesday night.
One year after the World Cup set viewership records on ESPN/ABC, FIFA has landed a new broadcast partner for the prestigious event. Fox Sports has acquired English-language rights to the FIFA World Cup starting in [...]Read more ›
The 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup has attracted near-record audiences for Univision-owned Galavision. The Brazil/Mexico U-20 World Cup semifinal drew 1.713 million viewers on Galavision Wednesday night, the second-largest audience ever for a program on [...]Read more ›
Sunday’s Women’s World Cup final earned one of the largest audiences ever for a soccer telecast on a single network. The Japan/United States Women’s World Cup final drew a 7.4 U.S. rating and 13.458 million [...]Read more ›
The finale of the 2011 Women’s World Cup scored strong numbers for ESPN. Sunday’s Japan/United States Women’s World Cup final drew an 8.6 overnight rating on ESPN, the highest overnight ever for a Women’s World [...]Read more ›
The United States’ success has generated near-record numbers for the Women’s World Cup. Wednesday’s United States/France Women’s World Cup semifinal earned a 2.2 U.S. rating and 3.354 million viewers on ESPN, the fourth-most viewed Women’s [...]Read more ›
For the second straight match, the United States lifted World Cup ratings to the highest level since 1999. The United States/France Women’s World Cup semifinal earned a 2.6 overnight rating on ESPN Wednesday, tying Sunday’s [...]Read more ›