6.4 Million Watch Brazil Against Spain in Confederations Cup on Univision

Univision logo 6.4 Million Watch Brazil Against Spain in Confederations Cup on Univision

A total of 6.4 million viewers watched the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup final game on Univision between Brazil and Spain on Sunday, June 30. It was Univision’s highest rated game of the 2013 Confederations Cup.

Overall, the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup on Univision Networks reached 18.6 million viewers who tuned in to all or part of the tournament’s 16 matches, up +71% from the 2009 competition. The 2013 matches averaged 1.6 million total viewers per game.

Earlier in the day, the third place match between Italy and Uruguay saw an average of 1.8 million viewers on Univision.

Viewing figures for the English-language broadcast on ESPN have not been announced as of press time.


One thought on “6.4 Million Watch Brazil Against Spain in Confederations Cup on Univision”

  1. Just read an article on Sports Nation about the decline in baseball television ratings. It gave the ESPN rating for the Confederations Cup final.

    “ESPN’s ratings remain unremarkable, though Sunday Night Baseball perked up a bit for Yankees-Orioles on the most recent Sunday night telecast. It scored a 1.6 overnight rating, barely beating its lead-in, the Brazil-Spain final at the Confederations Cup, which garnered a 1.5. We can talk all day and night about how it’s the final of an international soccer tournament vs. baseball in June, but we were not having this conversation 10 years ago.”

    1.5 rating for the Confederations Cup final. Not sure how many viewers that is Gaffer.

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