Canada: 3.4 million see Bayern success in the Supercup at Sat.1

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 How Bayern The Alaba exit regrets Bayern's sports director Hasan Salihamidzic lets his critics fall silent with a number of sensational obligations. Nevertheless, the Bosnian regrets a mistake - which is about David Alaba. © provided by How Bayern The Alaba exit regrets Hasan Salihamidzic ensures a powerful turmoil in the current transfer period. , especially with the obligations of Sadio Mané and Matthijs de Ligt , Bayern's sports director put real exclamation marks on the transfer market.

on average 3.4 million viewers watched the Supercup during the live broadcast on Free TV at Sat.1.

3,4 Millionen sehen Bayern-Erfolg im Supercup bei Sat.1 © provided by 3.4 million see Bayern success in the SAS.1

on average 3.4 million viewers and spectators on average the 5: 3 success of the German football champion Bayern Munich on Saturday evening in the super cup duel in Leipzig Against DFB Cup winner RB Leipzig during the live broadcast on free TV at Sat.1. This corresponds to a market share of the total viewers of 15.2 percent.

The net range from the age of three was 6.6 million fans, according to SAT.1, the market share (14 to 49 years) was 21 percent. The duel between Leipzig and FC Bayern was also broadcast live by the pay TV broadcaster Sky.

Next Friday, Sat.1 will also show the opening game of the Bundesliga season 2022/23 between Europa League winner Eintracht Frankfurt and subscription master Bayern Munich also live and exclusively on free TV from 7 p.m.

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Since 1972, UEFA has been organizing the UEFA Super Cup in almost every year, the duel between the current Champions League winner and the reigning Europa League winner. The competition was not held only in 1974, 1981 and 1985. A total of 24 teams have so far entered the winner list. But how many German teams were successful in the UEFA Super Cup? © provided by SPOX FC Bayern Munich has so far been the only German team to win the UEFA Super Cup.

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