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Average UK television viewership of the English Premier League 2010-2017, by channel

This statistic shows the number of television viewers of the English Premier League from the 2010/11 season to the 2016/17* season, by broadcaster. After starting this period with three times the TV audience of rivals BT, Sky's share of the Premier League's viewership has fallen in the past years, to end the period with 0.9 million viewers compared to BT's 0.6 million.

Average television viewership of the English Premier League in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2017*, by broadcaster

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Release date

January 2017

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2010-2016*

Supplementary notes

* Figures calculated from the first half of the season.
Does not include viewers watching on mobile devices.

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