As the number of soccer games available to viewers in the United States continues to grow year over year, the space is becoming more competitive. There’s more choice now than there ever has been before.

But which networks and leagues are doing the greatest job at enticing viewers to tune into their broadcasts?

Looking at the viewing figures for last weekend, the winner by far was Univision with an average viewing audience of 2 million that tuned in to watch El Super Clasico between Club America and Chivas — the biggest club game on the annual soccer calendar in the US.

The audience was larger than viewership for Notre Dame football on NBC among all key demos, as well as Major League Baseball on ESPN.

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Elsewhere, every single NBCSN broadcast of a live Premier League game was in the top 10. NBCSN also reported today that they achieved Total Day and primetime viewership records for the third quarter and the month of September, with viewership up 130% across the NBCSN network in the third quarter compared to Q3 2014.

Meanwhile near the bottom of the top 25, the Bundesliga continues to have issues to lure viewers. The numbers illustrate what a struggle the Bundesliga is having with TV viewing numbers especially when a Friday afternoon game from the Championship is watched by more people than a Bayern Munich game on a Saturday morning.

What interesting observations can you see in the data? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Pos. Teams No. of viewers TV Network Game time (ET) Date
1 Club America vs. Chivas 2,000,000 Univision 6-8pm Saturday, 9/26
2 Manchester United vs. Sunderland 699,000 NBCSN 10am-Noon Saturday, 9/26
3 Monterrey vs. Monarcas 540,000 UDN 8-10pm Saturday, 9/26
4 Newcastle vs, Chelsea 534,000 NBCSN 12:30-2:30pm Saturday, 9/26
5 Spurs vs. Manchester City 397,000 NBCSN 7:45-9:45am Saturday, 9/26
6 Watford vs. Crystal Palace 385,000 NBCSN 11am-1pm Sunday, 9/27
7 Puebla vs. Cruz Azul 356,000 UDN 6-8pm Sunday, 9/27
8 Sporting KC vs. Seattle 278,000 ESPN 5-7pm Sunday, 9/27
9 Leicester vs. Arsenal 262,000 USA 10am-Noon Saturday, 9/26
10 Pumas vs. Tigres 127,000 UDN 1-3pm Sunday, 9/27
11 Real Madrid vs. Malaga 112,000 BEIN 12:15-2:15pm Saturday, 9/26
12 LA Galaxy vs. FC Dallas 108,000 FS1 9:30-11:30pm Sunday, 9/27
13 Frankfurt vs. Hertha Berlin 77,000 FS1 9:30-11:30am Sunday, 9/27
14 SJ Earthquakes vs. Real Salt Lake 76,000 FS1 7-9:30pm Sunday, 9/27
15 RBNY vs. Orlando City 68,000 UDN 7-9pm Friday, 9/25
16 Napoli vs. Juventus 59,000 BEIN 2:45-4:45pm Saturday, 9/26
17 Barcelona vs. Las Palmas 58,000 BEIN 10am-Noon Saturday, 9/26
18 Dortmund vs. Darmstadt 47,000 FS2 11:30am-1:30pm Sunday, 9/27
19 Georgia vs. Texas A&M women 26,000 ESPNU 1-3pm Sunday, 9/27
20 Moreirense vs. Porto 24,000 UDN 3:30-5:30pm Friday, 9/25
20 Guincamp vs. Monaco 24,000 BEIN 11-1pm Sunday, 9/27
22 Cologne vs. Ingolstadt 17,000 FS2 2:30-4:30pm Friday, 9/25
23 Fulham vs. QPR 15,000 BEIN 2:45-4:45pm Friday, 9/25
23 Inter Milan vs. Fiorentina 15,000 BEIN 2:45-4:45pm Sunday, 9/27
25 Mainz vs. Bayern Munich 13,000 FS2 9:30-11:30am Saturday, 9/26