A record 17.4m watched the Euro 2022 last among England and Germany on BBC One.
That top group is an immense rising on the past TV record for ladies’ football of 11.7m, set in 2019 when the Lionesses stood up to the United States in the World Cup semi-last.
The 17.4m figure also doesn’t really integrate the extra 5.9m online BBC streams or people who watched the game transparently spaces, for instance, bars, bars and fan parks. As well as the UK’s most watched ladies’ football coordinate ever, it is the UK’s generally gazed at the TV event this year.
By and large, includes precisely how much the nation was placed assets into the Lionesses and their trip.
England victory in Women’s Euro 2022 final draws record TV audience of 17m https://t.co/O8g240Lh0l
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) August 1, 2022
England hauled in sell out swarms using any and all means of their games, playing at Old Trafford, the Amex Stadium, St. Mary’s, Bramall Lane and Wembley, yet TV seeing figures created as the opposition progressed.
The underlying game against Austria saw a 3.7m zenith TV swarm, with that rising to some degree to 4.1m for the accompanying match against Norway. There was a slight fall for the Northern Ireland game, with England having beforehand prepared for the knockout stages and hence less being referred to.
The quarter-last against Spain drew a zenith TV horde of 7.6m, while 9.3m tuned in at home for the semi-last against Sweden. Notwithstanding, with England then in a first ladies’ last start around 2009 and in with a chance conveying the country a first worldwide award beginning around 1966, that number similarly duplicated for the last, growing to an impossible 17.4m watchers at home.