Germany's World Cup Qualifier Receives High Ratings On ZDF
German public broadcaster ZDF "obtained high ratings for its broadcast of Germany's World Cup qualifying game against Kazakhstan" on Tuesday night, according to David Grzeschik of QUOTEN METER. A total of 10.69 million viewers tuned in to watch Germany's 4-1 victory. The game, which started at 8:45pm German time, recorded a 34.7% market share. In the target demographic 14-49, the game attracted 3.55 million viewers, which equaled a 30.4% share (QUOTEN METER, 3/27).
FRANCE: OZAP reported free-to-air channel TF1's broadcast of the World Cup qualifying match between France and Spain pulled in 10.3 million viewers and a 37.3% share. A peak of 11.8 million viewers was registered. Spain won the match 1-0 to take control of Group I (OZAP, 3/27).
SPAIN: The EFE reported free-to-air channel Telecinco's broadcast of the game had 1.522 million viewers and a 52.5% market share. The "golden minute" occurred at 10:50pm when 13.497 million viewers were tuned in and a 62.4% share. It was the most watched Spanish World Cup qualifier in 20 years (EFE, 3/27).