The World Cup is big in the Bay Area.
San Francisco "led the country in viewers" during Saturday's tilt between the Netherlands and Costa Rica, propelling the Bay Area to its perch as "one of the country's top markets for the World Cup," according to ESPN.
The Mercury News reports that even an early start isn't keeping Bay Area futbol fans away from their television sets: the Argentina-Belgium match, won 1-0 by Lionel Messi and crew, saw San Francisco the fourth-biggest market for the Cup.
New York is the top market overall, followed by Washington, D.C., according to ESPN.
L.A., where you at? That'd be fourth, behind the Bay.