2021/2022 - A-League Soccer TV Ratings

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Round 6 - Boxing Day

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Channel 10: A-League Men
Melbourne Victory v Western United 57,000

10 Bold: A-League Women
Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City 15,000


Channel 10 again beaten by SBS and every other network in prime time shares. More viewers in Melbourne for the Big Bash League Sydney derby than the Melbourne local A-League derby as well. :shock:


Sunday TV ratings Metro primetime shares primary/network

ABC 14.6% (20.2%)
Seven 26.5% (33.6%)
Nine 19.8% (28.0%)
10 3.4% (9.2%)
SBS 4.9% (8.9%)

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/summer-sur ... 21-week-1/


Is Channel 10 promoting the soccer enough to build an audience? These dwindling numbers must be a real concern for network executives and advertisers surely.


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Increased audience for the A-League last night beating the ATP Tennis, but not Ghostbusters or The Sound of Music movies.



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Ratings for the A-League up again this week, however Channel 10 still beaten by SBS and every other network.

Saturday TV ratings Metro primetime shares primary/network

ABC 10.4% (16.6%)
Seven 18.5% (28.1%)
Nine 20.0% (32.9%)
10 5.2% (12.6%)
SBS 5.4% (9.8%)



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Melbourne Victory v Adelaide
84,000 (Metro)

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... ry-8-2022/


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84k a Season High..

3 months in still no numbers for Streaming


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Jan 10, 2022 12:54 pm 84k a Season High..

3 months in still no numbers for Streaming
Yeah streaming numbers still a mystery. :hmm:

Friday

On 10, the Matildas kicked off their Asian Cup campaign with a 18-0 throttling of Indonesia. The match saw Sam Kerr move past Tim Cahill for the most international goals for Australia. The broadcast had 135,000 viewers.


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https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... y-21-2022/




Whilst on Saturday night… 45,000 viewers for the A-League on Channel 10.
On 10, 45,000 viewers tuned in for the weekly A-League match on free-to-air TV that saw Sydney FC take on Perth Glory from Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

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The tennis and BBL for comparison.

Australian Open TV Ratings Day 5:
Day Session: 480,000 (343,000 metro & 137,000 regional)
Night Session: 940,000 (668,000 & 272,000 regional)
Night Session 2: 684,000 (494,000 metro & 190,000 regional)

On Seven, Josh Inglis lead the Perth Scorchers past two-time defending champions the Sydney Sixers in the BBL’s qualifier match. The contest between the two teams brought in 334,000 viewers.

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... y-22-2022/


Total ratings this season

20/11: 146K (Sydney derby)
27/11: 88K
4/12: 85K (metro)
11/12: 89K (metro)
18/12: 63K (metro)
26/12: 57K (Melbourne derby)
8/1: 84K (metro)
15/1: 56K [Adelaide v City, Sydney vs Brisbane]
22/1: 45K [Sydney vs Perth]


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http://www.nickalive.net/2021/12/what-p ... ralia.html

Paramount must not be going well..

love how they have not showed numbers per game..

just number one..

could have something to do, there is not much on the Streaming Service.
and they have added all games to figure that have been viewed along with replays and highlights.
which makes it look bigger than it is


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Total ratings so far

20/11: 146K (102K metro) [Sydney derby]
27/11: 88K [Adelaide vs City]
4/12: 85K metro [Sydney vs Newcastle]
11/12: 89K metro [Adelaide vs Victory]
18/12: 63K metro [Melbourne derby]
26/12: 57K [Victory vs Western United]
1/1: 72K [Adelaide vs Wellington]
8/1: 84K metro [Victory vs Adelaide]
15/1: 56K [Adelaide v City, Sydney vs Brisbane]
22/1: 45K [Sydney vs Perth]
29/1: 42K [Western United vs City]
5/2: 110K metro [Victory vs Central Coast - FFA Cup Final]
12/2: 65K metro [Sydney vs Western United, Victory vs Newcastle]
19/2: 62K [Victory vs Central Coast]
26/2: 79K [Sydney vs City]
5/3: 80K [Sydney Derby]


https://forum.insidesport.com.au/Dialog ... ID=3016498



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A-League on Saturday night was moved form Channel 10 to 10Bold to allow for the broadcast of Australia Unites.

People asked over at TV Tonight how the move went ratings wise.

Australia Unites on 10 was 117k.

A League is too low, I don’t have it…. below 33k.


https://tvtonight.com.au/2022/03/saturd ... ent-671907

That would be Channel 10’s best primary channel ratings on Saturday night in a long time since the A-League started I suspect.


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Beaussie wrote: Mon Mar 14, 2022 8:52 pm A-League on Saturday night was moved form Channel 10 to 10Bold to allow for the broadcast of Australia Unites.

People asked over at TV Tonight how the move went ratings wise.

Australia Unites on 10 was 117k.

A League is too low, I don’t have it…. below 33k.


https://tvtonight.com.au/2022/03/saturd ... ent-671907

That would be Channel 10’s best primary channel ratings on Saturday night in a long time since the A-League started I suspect.
wow interesting, would not surprise me if CH10 try to off load it to 10Bold.

channel 10 could literally show a new movie every saturday and get better ratings


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If Paramount/Channel 10 were to win the AFL tv rights, would the A-League remain on the primary channel on 10? :hmm:


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Beaussie wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 9:41 am

If Paramount/Channel 10 were to win the AFL tv rights, would the A-League remain on the primary channel on 10? :hmm:
Not a chance.
And the worse A-league goes the more I think Paramount will go for AFL.
May not get it…but the price will go up..


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Quolls2019 wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 2:32 pm
Beaussie wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 9:41 am

If Paramount/Channel 10 were to win the AFL tv rights, would the A-League remain on the primary channel on 10? :hmm:
Not a chance.
And the worse A-league goes the more I think Paramount will go for AFL.
May not get it…but the price will go up..
channel 10 could offer 2.5billion and Fox and ch7 combined could offer 2.4Billion and not budge >>> AFL would no doubt except FOX & 7


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 2:39 pm
Quolls2019 wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 2:32 pm
Beaussie wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 9:41 am

If Paramount/Channel 10 were to win the AFL tv rights, would the A-League remain on the primary channel on 10? :hmm:
Not a chance.
And the worse A-league goes the more I think Paramount will go for AFL.
May not get it…but the price will go up..
channel 10 could offer 2.5billion and Fox and ch7 combined could offer 2.4Billion and not budge >>> AFL would no doubt except FOX & 7
Whoever, and whatever combination gets it, AFL rights $’s will be up.


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Things going swimmingly for the aleague on Paramount/Ten. AFL take note!!!!



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Could still see Stan or Amazon bidding for some rights to AFL games


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