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Day 9 TV Ratings for the FIFA World Cup on SBS. #SBSWorldCup

SportKevin Perry
Blaise Matuidi celebrates in the France vs Switzerland clash Image Copyright: AFP

Blaise Matuidi celebrates in the France vs Switzerland clash
Image Copyright: AFP

Day nine clashes of the 2014 FIFA World Cup saw Italy vs. Costa Rica, Switzerland vs. France and Honduras vs. Ecuador.

First up was Group D's match between Italy and Costa Rica which resulted in a 1-0 victory to the Costa Ricans. The game averaged195,000 (167,000 Metro + 28,000 Regional - averages based on actual whistle times), with a Metro FTA Share of 40.9%, a Regional FTA Share of 22.2% and a peak audience of 228,000 (Metro + Regional).

The day’s second match brought no less than seven goals and saw the French secure a comfortable 5-2 win over their neighbours Switzerland. The match averaged 193,000 (138,000 Metro + 55,000 Regional), with a Metro FTA Share of 47.7%, a Regional FTA Share of 36.3% and a peak audience of 292,000 (Metro + Regional).

In the final match of the day, Ecuador scored two goals past Honduras giving them a 2-1 victory. The game averaged 343,000 (266,000 Metro + 77,000 Regional), with a Metro FTA Share of 20.5%, a Regional FTA Share of 10.9% and a peak audience of 446,000 (Metro + Regional).

Since SBS's coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup started on June 12th, has attracted an average of 232,000 Unique Browsers a day and served an aggregate of 2,409,000 video streams. The World Game World Cup Edition application, available on iOS and Android, has been used by an average of 94,000 Unique Users per day and has served a total of 2,619,000 video streams.

Source: OzTAM Metro and RegTAM Regional FTA Database; 5 City Metro + Combined Aggregated Regional Market including WA; Total Individuals, People 25-54, People 16-39 and People 18-49 including guests; SBS ONE, SBS 2 and NITV; Consolidated (Live + As Live + TSV) to 14/6/14 Overnight (Live + As Live) from 15/6/14 onwards; 02:00-02:00; Average Audience, FTA Share and 5 Minute Consecutive Reach; Program Averages based on actual whistle times, not overnight program logs. Online Source: Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics.