The Women’s National Team sweeps TVE with a 65.7% share and 5,599,000 viewers in the World Cup final

The historic triumph of the Spanish National Team in the Women’s Soccer World Cup left equally impressive audience data on TVE, the channel in charge of offering this sporting event whose final paralyzed an entire country this Sunday.

The game that pitted Spain against England swept a 65.7% share on La 1. The match brought together an average of 5,599,000 viewers who were waiting for this confrontation that was resolved thanks to a goal by Olga Carmona, the heroine who He scored the only goal in the final.

With this result, the Spain-England match becomes the most watched women’s soccer match with the highest quota in history, according to Barlovento Comunicación. The golden minute of the match occurred at 2:02 p.m., with an average of 7.4 million and a 71.1% share.

The party swept all targets and age groups, but it was especially followed by male viewers (71.6%) versus female viewers (59.4%). It stood out in the segment from 4 to 12 years (75.1%) and in that from 25 to 44 years (70.5%). By region, it swept Castilla y León (75.8%), Aragón (74.2%) and Madrid (71.9%).

The program that La 1 broadcast next, with the delivery of the trophy and the celebration of all the players of the Selection, a moment in which the Queen Letizia and Infanta Sofía were great protagonistsbecame the most watched broadcast of the day, with an average of 6,226,000 viewers (59.6%).

This spectacular result allowed La 1 to lead on Sunday with outstanding data. The public channel dominated the day with an average of 22.8%. Antena 3 was left with 8.2%, while Telecinco registered 7.9%.