England miss out on the bronze medal, but it’s been a record breaking Women’s World Cup

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So, the Women’s World Cup has come to its conclusion with a 2-0 win for the USA against the Netherlands. It has been a fantastic month of football and we at Input Media are proud of what we have achieved and to be part of such a game changing event.

The impact made by the Women’s World Cup has exceeded all expectations. The production plans were ambitious – from the weeks and months in the build-up as we planned and prepared for it but all our work has paid off as we transported the audience at home to the heart of the action with our in-stadia presentation.

The BBC coverage of the Women’s World Cup on television and online, reached a record-breaking 28.1m people, that is 47% of the UK population. The semi-final between USA and England attracted a peak audience of 11.7m – the UK’s highest rating show of the year so far – more viewers than shows like Britain’s Got Talent, and the final episode of Line of Duty.

Ground-breaking too as all this was being produced remotely from our Manchester gallery. We have been at the heart of something quite special, and the BBC are delighted – not just with the rating figures – but the production that delivered beyond everyone’s expectations.