NBC Sports Group was recognized today at the US Embassy in London at an event celebrating the growth of the Premier League in the United States.

The event, held at Winfield House, the residence of Ambassador Matthew Barzun, celebrated the growth of the Premier League in the United States, highlighted by NBC Sports Group’s coverage and promotion of the league.

Attendees included Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, and NBC Sports Group’s U.K.-based Premier League announce team of Arlo White, Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux.

“We are honored to represent NBC Sports inside the hallowed halls of Winfield House,” said White, who moderated a Q&A at the event. “We thoroughly enjoy bringing the excitement of the Premier League to fans in the United States, and are thrilled that we are playing a prominent role in growing the game stateside.”

Los Angeles Rams owner (and Arsenal majority shareholder) Stan Kroenke and NY Giants owner Steve Tisch (their respective NFL teams play Sunday at Twickenham stadium) also attended.

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NBC Sports Group has been the exclusive U.S. home of the Premier League since August 2013, featuring unprecedented live television and digital coverage of all 380 matches each season, unmatched presentation and analysis from the gantry and in-studio, thousands of hours of multi-platform shoulder programming, including ground-breaking behind-the-scenes documentaries, and robust marketing and promotional campaigns.

NBC Sports Group’s presentation of the Premier League has reached nearly 30 million American viewers in each of its three full seasons as the league’s exclusive U.S. home – more than double the U.S. audience in any year prior.