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England Match Beats Royal Wedding TV Viewership

England’s 6-1 victory over Panama at the World Cup finals attracted a larger television viewership share than last month’s Royal Wedding.

The BBC said 14.1 million people watched the match on its main terrestrial BBC One channel — a UK audience share of 82.9 percent -– with 2.8 million live stream requests on its online platforms.

For comparison, the Three Lions’ victory over Wales at Euro 2016 achieved 73% in the UK and 79% in Wales.

Although the England game attracted 14.1m viewers and a further 2.8m on-demand requests, it did not topple the 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony’s peak share of 89%.

The win over Panama has guaranteed England’s place in the knockout phase of the World Cup finals

BBC chiefs said the average match audience was 12.8m. It was 16.6m for England’s opening match of the World Cup, the 2-1 win against Tunisia.

The royal wedding on May 19 had an average audience of 11.5 million.

The figures do not include the audience for the build-up and post-match coverage, and do not take into account those watching in pubs or on giant public screens.

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