Record crowd for ladies’s rugby match of 58,498 watched England full Grand Slam with 38-33 win over France at Twickenham; rise in variety of followers watching all 5 rounds, whereas there have been 450 million on-line content material views
Last Updated: 15/05/23 6:24pm
The 2023 Women’s Six Nations, gained by England, was the largest so far with file attendances and a rise in tv and on-line views
The 2023 Women’s Six Nations was the largest so far with file attendance, and a rise in tv and on-line views.
A file crowd for a girls’s rugby match of 58,498 watched England full the Grand Slam with a 38-33 win over France at Twickenham, whereas 5 of the six groups set house crowd data throughout the match.
There was additionally a 28 per cent rise from final 12 months in followers tuning in to look at all 5 rounds of fixtures, and over 100,000 new followers flocked to Six Nations social channels.
There had been over 450 million content material views as France and Italy tripled the quantity of internet visitors to get the newest information, group data and content material.
Wales completed third within the competitors, behind England and France, because the transfer to handing gamers full-time contracts bore fruit. Scotland and Italy have additionally issued full-time offers to gamers.
England’s title defence in 2024 shall be led by a brand new head coach with John Mitchell appointed to succeed Simon Middleton, who has stepped down from the position after eight years.
Mitchell mentioned: “The Red Roses have set an unimaginable commonplace and basis for ladies’s rugby, being probably the most profitable group within the Six Nations which is an amazing achievement.
“We now have the chance to construct on this, mature in key areas and turn out to be a really champion aspect that may rightfully contest for the World Cup in 2025.
“I wish to honour the vastly supportive Red Roses followers with profitable performances as we work in the direction of profitable and promoting out Twickenham Stadium for the Rugby World Cup in 2025.”