TV Report: UniMas tops ESPN2 and FS1 in MLS Week 2

UniMas drew more viewers for Friday's Houston-Orlando City match than ESPN2 or Fox Sports 1 did for Sunday matches. ESPN2 viewership for New York City-New England was down 46 percent from its coverage of NYCFC's opening weekend match at Orlando City. FS1 was down 29 percent from the opening weekend doubleheader.

Week 2 Viewers:
AVERAGE MATCH (NETWORK)
310,000
Houston-Orlando City (UniMas)
289,000 New York City-New England (ESPN2)
197,000 Portland-LA Galaxy (Fox Sports 1)

Week 1 Viewers:
AVERAGE MATCH (NETWORK)
539,000 Orlando City-New York City (ESPN2)
341,000 LA Galaxy-Chicago (UniMas)
289,000 Seattle-New England (Fox Sports 1)
268,000 Sporting KC-NY Red Bulls (Fox Sports 1)
1 comment about "TV Report: UniMas tops ESPN2 and FS1 in MLS Week 2".
  1. Footballer Forever, March 19, 2015 at 10:37 p.m.

    What a weird way of reporting things here. Unimas is not in any competition with ESPN2 or FS1 for viewers; Hence, each channel has it's own time slot to present MLS games. It's "Soccer" America, so it's to be expected.

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