BBC ‘not building on Women’s World Cup success by snubbing games with small crowds’

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The BBC could let the success of women’s football “disappear” by pulling the broadcast of any live domestic matches that attract only small crowds, it has been claimed.
Fixtures in the forthcoming Women’s Super League (WSL) will be streamed by the broadcaster as it tries to build on the popularity of this summer’s Women’s World Cup.
More than 28 million people tuned in for the tournament, which saw England’s Lionesses reach the semi-finals and a 500 per cent increase in peak audience compared with 2015’s event.
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