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World Cup Coverage Hitting Record Numbers In U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

univision infographic sm World Cup Coverage Hitting Record Numbers In U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

Soccer coverage in the United States is enjoying the greatest TV ratings the sport has ever seen. With better viewing times, more coverage than ever before and a World Cup that is very accessible, it’s no wonder that broadcasters in the United States are seeing record numbers.

On top of all that, the sport of soccer is growing in popularity. Plus both the United States and Mexico are currently undefeated in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

To illustrate the progress to date, check out the following infographic from Univision Deportes. The broadcaster is televising all 64 games live over free-to-air television as well as via apps and online streaming.

univision infographic World Cup Coverage Hitting Record Numbers In U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

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5 Responses to World Cup Coverage Hitting Record Numbers In U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. biggiotown says:

    So the increase in ratings is among Spanish-language networks? AKA the one audience where soccer popularity is already an established fact?

    Once again, more BS from the American soccer media. Soccer being popular amongst the one demo in the U.S. that it’s always been popular in is not news. And this just confirms that, as usual, amongst the rest of the American public, soccer does not matter. Which isn’t news either. And it never will matter. Which isn’t news, again.

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