via press note:
Tweets about #FIFAWWC were viewed 9 billion times.
Whether Tweeting about an incredible @hopesolo save, watching replays of one of Celia Sasic’s six goals, reading analysis from sideline reporters, or rooting on your home team with lots of Twitter emoji, #FIFAWWC fans turned to Twitter to be a part of all the action. In total, this has lead to 9 billion impressions of Tweets about the Women’s World Cup (6/6-7/5/15).
Top match: #USA vs. #JPN final
Not surprisingly, the most important match on the field was also the biggest match on Twitter. With the title on the line and a remarkable 4-0 start by #USA, the final game saw the most Twitter conversation of any match.
Top Player: #USA midfielder @CarliLloyd
With a historic hat trick during the first 16 minutes of the final match, which culminated her Golden Ball-worthy performance, #USA’s Carli Lloyd (@CarliLloyd) was the most-discussed player throughout the entire World Cup.
Top moment: End of final match as #USA claims victory
The roar of the crowd reverberated through BC Place and across Twitter as #USA officially won the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Tweets per minute spiked at their highest point of the entire season as the whistle blew and #USA claimed the title.
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