A record United States audience of 1.92 million viewers tuned in across NBC, Peacock and NBC Sports Digital platforms to watch first-place Arsenal's thrilling 3-2 win over Manchester United.
Led by Peacock, NBC Sports set a record for a simulstreamed Premier League match, with an average minute audience of 510,000 viewers in the most watched top-flight fixture in US history.
In addition, 382,000 fans tuned in to the Spanish-language broadcast on Telemundo - marking the highest Spanish-language Premier League audience since 440,000 watched Manchester City's 2-2 draw with Liverpool in April 2022.
The record-breaking audience reflects the Premier League's growing appeal in the United States. This was further evident over the weekend at the hugely popular Premier League Mornings Live Fan Fest in Florida.
10,000 fans at @UniversalORL and a record-setting 2.3M at home came together to make Fan Fest weekend absolutely epic 🤩🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/PeKQe51lrq— Premier League USA (@PLinUSA) January 26, 2023
Held on Saturday and Sunday at Universal CityWalk, Universal Orlando Resort's entertainment complex, Eddie Nketiah's 90th-minute winner for Arsenal encapsulated the drama and excitement of another epic title race.
In Orlando, @arsenalamerica cannot get enough 🥳#ARSMUN pic.twitter.com/7dQZNzblTW— Premier League USA (@PLinUSA) January 22, 2023
The Orlando fan festival was the eighth supporter event to be presented by NBC Sports and the Premier League, and the second this season, following the Philadelphia Fan Fest in October.
Across the four television match windows last weekend, NBC Sports averaged a total audience delivery of 947,000 viewers - marking the largest average audience for a Premier League Mornings Live Fan Fest.
A House Divided #ARSMUN #MyPLMorning pic.twitter.com/rfaVQXZpKo— xXThemistoclesXx (@XThemistocles) January 22, 2023
If, like the fan below, you want to keep up-to-date with when the next Fan fest will be, follow @PLinUSA on Twitter and use the #MyPLMorning hashtag on social media.
Eight fan fests down 🇺🇸— Premier League USA (@PLinUSA) January 22, 2023
Where will the next Premier League Mornings Live be? 👀 pic.twitter.com/voOdDlWHp3