EM final: record quota for women's football

The German national team was beaten by England in the final of the European Women's Football Championship on Sunday at the legendary Wembley Stadium, but the ratings are a resounding success.

EM final: record quota for women's football

The German national team was beaten by England in the final of the European Women's Football Championship on Sunday at the legendary Wembley Stadium, but the ratings are a resounding success. Because, as "DWDL" reports on the basis of AGF data, "an average of 17.9 million viewers watched the final including extra time in the first". That makes around 5.7 million more than in the semi-final against France.

"Almost two out of three people who sat in front of the television during this time chose football on Sunday," summarizes the media magazine.

This also broke the record from the 2011 World Cup, which took place in Germany. When the German team was eliminated in the quarter-finals, almost 17 million people sat in front of the screens. Fewer than nine million saw the women's European Championship victory in 2013.

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