[TELEVISION WATCH] More than 3.9 million households watched Friday's USA-Slovenia game on ESPN, making it the most-watched game in terms of households in the history of ESPN networks. Just as it was for the USA-England game, San Diego had the highest rating of any market with a 8.5.
The USA-Slovenia game ranks third among viewers (5,200,000), behind the Germany-Italy semifinal (5,850,000) in 2007 and the USA-Germany quarterfinal in 2002 (5,335,000).
There were 798,911 unique viewers on ESPN3.com, making it the most-viewed event ever on ESPN's online network.
Through Friday, the 2010 World Cup is averaging a 1.9 U.S. rating (for the two-hour match window) on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 -- up 60 percent from 2006 (1.2).
San Diego (8.5)
West Palm Beach (5.9)
San Francisco (5.7).