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FOX Sports averages 997k viewers for Copa America Centenario

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Buoyed by the successful run that the United States made to the semi-finals of the competition, FOX Sports’ coverage of Copa America Centenario averaged 997,300 viewers per game.

The most-watched game of Copa America Centenario for FOX Sports was the 3.29 million people who tuned in to see the United States play Argentina on Tuesday, June 21 from 9-11pm ET. If the USA had beaten Argentina, FOX Sports would have probably broken their record for the most-watched soccer game on FOX Sports 1. As it was, the USA lost 0-3 to Argentina. FOX Sports 1’s most-watched soccer game still stands as the 4.7 million who saw the USA women’s team against Colombia last summer in the Women’s World Cup.

Outside of the USA games, the most-watched Copa America game on FOX Sports was the Argentina-Chile final that averaged 2.997 million. FOX Sports’ average, meanwhile, excluding USA games was 745,167 viewers per match. In comparison, ESPN is averaging 815,705 viewers per game for Euro 2016 to date.

While FOX Sports’ average of 997,300 viewers per game is impressive for the network, it paled in comparison to Univision whose average was 3.1 million per game.

Here’s the viewing numbers for every Copa America Centenario game that was televised on FOX Sports this summer:

TeamsChannelViewing avg.
Game 1USA vs. ColombiaFS11,536,000
Game 2Costa Rica vs. ParaguayFOX731,000
Game 3Haiti vs. PeruFS2138,000
Game 4Brazil vs. EcuadorFS1598,000
Game 5Jamaica vs. VenezuelaFOX710,000
Game 6Mexico vs. UruguayFS1619,000
Game 7Panama vs. BoliviaFS1365,000
Game 8Argentina vs. ChileFS1862,000
Game 9USA vs. Costa RicaFS11,600,000
Game 10Colombia vs. ParaguayFS1739,000
Game 11Brazil vs. HaitiFS1624,000
Game 12Ecuador vs. PeruFS2148,000
Game 13Uruguay vs. VenezuelaFS1589,000
Game 14Mexico vs. JamaicaFS1779,000
Game 15Chile vs. BoliviaFOXNot available
Game 16Argentina vs. PanamaFOXNot available
Game 17USA vs. ParaguayFS12,061,000
Game 18Colombia vs. Costa RicaFS2407,000
Game 19Ecuador vs. HaitiFS2267,000
Game 20Brazil vs. PeruFS1879,000
Game 21Mexico vs. VenezuelaFS1763,000
Game 22Uruguay vs. JamaicaFS1392,000
Game 23Chile vs. PanamaFS1665,000
Game 24Argentina vs. BoliviaFS1770,000
Game 25USA vs. EcuadorFS11,878,000
Game 26Colombia vs. PeruFS1734,000
Game 27Argentina vs. VenezuelaFX1,035,000
Game 28Mexico vs. ChileFX1,102,000
Game 29USA vs. ArgentinaFS13,290,000
Game 30Colombia vs. ChileFS1971,000
Game 31USA vs. ColombiaFX1,670,000
Game 32Argentina vs. ChileFS12,997,000

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Bc

    July 2, 2016 at 10:04 am

    Viewership on fox would have been higher if they had the games on local ota TV like fox5. Univision broadcast every game without requiring a cable subscription.

  2. bartlochane

    July 2, 2016 at 2:47 am

    it’s just soccer
    nobody in the u.s. cares or ever will
    plus soccer is boring, un-American, and for rich white hipster douchebag losers
    average income of a soccer watcher in the u.s.: $92,200
    in the u.s., soccer is the sport of the 1%
    the 99% watch football, baseball, basketball, hockey, and whatever other sport there is besides soccer

    • jav516

      July 2, 2016 at 7:19 am

      So why are you on this site?

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