Records tumble for BBC Sport
This press release has just been sent out by BBC Sport.
It announces the TV viewing figures for yesterday's England game and also mentions that yesterday the BBC Sport website had the highest number of visitors of any day in our 10-year history. In fact the top three days for visitors to our website have been the last three days - Wednesday, Monday, Tuesday in that order.
I hope you are enjoying our coverage of the World Cup and Wimbledon on this website - I'd be delighted to get your feedback and will answer any questions about the website's coverage of these two major sporting events on the BBC.
TV audience peak figure of 15.4m
Record 6.0m unique users to BBC Sport Website
BBC Sport's coverage of England's crucial decider against Slovenia drew a peak figure of 15.4m with an 81% audience share - the highest daytime audience of the tournament so far. The game averaged 12.9m viewers and a 78.2% audience share.
BBC Sport Online also saw record numbers to the site with 6m unique users, easily surpassing the previous record of 4.7m - set on Monday 21 June.
Another record was beaten with 1.5m users of AV on the site, beating the 1.2m achieved during last year's Wimbledon match between Andy Murray and Andy Roddick.
An additional 500,000 requests came from fans watching the match live in BBC iPlayer. The game will be available for the next seven days.
England's game against Germany will be shown live on BBC1 on Sunday 27 June from 1400 BST (kick-off at 1500 BST) and will also be available to UK users on the BBC Sport website and BBC iPlayer.
Lewis Wiltshire is the Editor of the BBC Sport website. He tweets about the BBC Sport site and answers questions about it on Twitter.