The Women’s World Cup final sets a record

The Women's World Cup final sets a record

England vs Spain match

England’s confrontation against Spain yesterday, Sunday, in the Women’s World Cup final in Australia and New Zealand, set a record for television viewership in Britain, as about 13 million and 300 thousand people watched the match, which is a record in Britain and one of the highest rates of television viewing for a women’s football match this year.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and ITV broadcast the match live and had a record audience.

Television viewership of the Women’s World Cup final exceeded the previous record in Britain for a women’s soccer match, by about two million spectators, when 11 million fans watched England’s match against Germany in the European Women’s Nations Cup final last year at Wembley Stadium.

It should be noted that Spain won the Women’s World Cup after defeating England in the final on Sunday with a goal without a response.

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