The Blues played this Saturday, March 18 their last match in the 6 Nations Tournament. A meeting that once again attracted people in front of the television.
Up to seven million viewers were seduced by the last match of the blues for the 6 Nations Tournament this Saturday, March 18. During this 41 to 28 victory over Wales, the XV of France attracted an average of 5.75 million viewers on France 2, representing an audience share of 47.4%.
Always very popular, the 6 Nations Tournament brought together a large number of people in front of their television sets. Saturday afternoon 2.28 million viewers on average (19.8%) followed the Scotland-Italy match (26-14). The third match of the day, the one that allowed the Irish to achieve the Grand Slam beating England (29-16) brought together 4.45 million people (29.5% audience share).
Explosion for France-England
Unsurprisingly, the France-England match was the most watched in the competition. While the Blues crushed the English 53-10, nearly 7.2 million people were present in front of their television. A peak of 9.2 million has even been achieved.