Ten million people tune in for Women’s World cup opener
- More than ten-million people tuned in to the Women’s World Cup opening game
- The tournament is being held in France
- A sell-out crowd of 45,000 turned out to watch the opening game in Parc des Princes, Paris
Ten million football fans tuned in to the opening of the Women’s World Cup, held this year in Paris.
The opening match alone drew a crowd of 45,261-people at Parc des Princes in Paris. The tournament is being billed as the largest women’s World Cup ever.
The opening game saw France take-on South Korea (with France clinching the win 4-0). All of the games are being broadcast free on the country’s TF1 channel.
The final is set for July 7, in Lyon.