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06 Aug 2018
The Fifa World Cup returned to Europe in 2018 and despite the absence of some major teams and ever-changing media consumption habits, the quadrennial event continued to draw large TV audiences across the globe.
01 Sep 2017
Uefa Women’s Euro 2017 in July and August in the Netherlands highlighted the growing interest in women’s soccer in recent years, with TV audience figures rising in a range of territories, compared with the previous edition of the tournament in 2013. Uefa reported the 2017 tournament surpassed the 2013 tournament by more than 50 million viewers overall. Sportcal Media takes a closer look at some of the key nations in the tournament.
11 Aug 2016
Uefa's European Championships expanded in 2016 to 24 teams. Sportcal Media analyses some of the viewing figures from the first of the newly-expanded tournaments, which comprised 51 matches.
14 Jan 2016
The FA Cup is the oldest club soccer cup competition in the world, but has arguably suffered from a saturation of televised soccer. However, early signs show a boost in viewers following a broadcaster change.
06 Aug 2015
The 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup in Canada was the largest edition in the competition’s history and broke records as huge television audiences tuned in to watch the action. The tournament was broadcast in 187 territories, and while the projected potential reach of 1 billion viewers does not reflect the actual number who tuned in, the viewing figures themselves show a successful World Cup as women’s soccer continues to grow globally.
27 Aug 2014
The 2014 Fifa World Cup was a record-breaking event in many respects, from the number of television viewers worldwide to the billions of hits and views on social media. The tournament had significant repercussions in its host country and region as well: in Brazil, for example, television network Globo reaped record advertising revenues, with a 30-second spot during national team matches selling for nearly as much as an ad during the NFL Super Bowl.
14 Aug 2014
Sportcal’s media team takes a look back at this summer’s Fifa World Cup, which attracted huge international television audiences and broke records, and analyses some of the key viewing figures in the major European markets.
15 May 2014
Audiences in three of Europe’s ‘big five’ markets for the final of last night’s Uefa Europa League, European soccer’s second-tier clubs competition, showed a decrease on last year’s figure, although the match attracted an impressive audience in Spain, with La Liga’s Sevilla lifting the trophy.
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