The British OTT platform announced that the Champions League quarter-final second leg reached a total of 8.4 million views More than doubled over 3.2 million viewers watched the first leg matches.
Of all the quarter-final matches, The return match between Real Madrid and Barcelona It was the most watched by Dozen viewers A total of 2.6 million live views worldwideA number that doubles the number of visits to the first station, which received 1.3 million viewers. The Spanish classic was also the game with the most spectators in women’s football history, with 91,000 people gathering at the Camp Nou to watch the match.
The trend in favor of women’s football in the group stage of the tournament has already been appreciated, which has become 14 million views from over 210 countriesLed by France, the United Kingdom and Spain.
The increase in demand for the Women’s Champions League was also represented by the number of subscribers to the official Dazn channel, which rose to more than 263,000, and Spain was the country with the most views on the platform since its inception since last. season.
It scored 14 million views during the group stage of the competition
The British platform has acquired the rights to broadcast the UEFA Women’s Champions League worldwide, to be so The global source for the competition from 2021 to 2025. In addition, Dozen has entered into an agreement with YouTubewhich allows the platform to present the contest live and free of charge to audiences around the world.
During the first two seasons 2021-2022 and 2022-2023, fans can enjoy all 61 games live and on demand. From group roles onwards, both on Dazn and on YouTube. In the following seasons (2023-2024 and 2024-2025), all 61 matches will be broadcast live on the platform, and 19 of them will also be available for free on the new Dazn YouTube channel.
Headquartered in the UK and with staff in more than 25 countries, the Dazn Group covers all aspects of the interaction between fans and sports, from production to content distribution and marketing. In addition to the Women’s Champions League, Dazen has reached an agreement on Series A for 840 million per season, LaLiga rights in Italy and with MotoGP in Spain.
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