USWNT-Chile hits 6.2 million viewers on Telemundo and FOX combined

Sunday’s triumphant 3-0 win by the USA women’s team hit 6.2 million viewers across Telemundo and FOX combined, breaking records for both the English-language and Spanish-language broadcasters.

In total, 6,241,000 viewers watched the USWNT win with goals by Julie Ertz and a brace by Carli Lloyd. On Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo, the match scored a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) average of 833,000 viewers across Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes website, the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo app, and the NBC Sports app, becoming the second most-watched Women’s World Cup match in Spanish-language history, behind Telemundo’s record-setting broadcast of the 2015 Final (USA vs. Japan, 1.27 million TAD viewers). The game also surpassed last week’s match against Thailand as the most-watched Team USA WWC Group Stage match in Spanish-language history.

On English-language broadcaster FOX, the broadcast averaged 5,324,000 viewers, making it the most-watched FIFA Women’s World Cup Group Stage match ever in the U.S., and most-watched English-language soccer telecast in the country since last year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia final, according to Nielsen Media Research.

SEE MORE: Schedule of Women’s World Cup games on US TV

The next game for the US Women’s National Team is Thursday at 3PM ET on over-the-air FOX and Telemundo.

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