The Matildas, Australia’s women’s football team, have broken TV rating records with their World Cup semifinal match against England. The game was watched by 11.15 million Australians nationally and had a national average audience on Seven and 7plus of 7.13 million, making it the most-watched TV program in the country in two decades and the highest-rating broadcast since the OzTAM audience measurement system was introduced in 2001. These figures do not include Optus Sport viewership figures or fans who watched at live sites across the country. The Matildas’ next match will be a third-place playoff against Sweden.