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The NWSL struck a reported $4.5 million, three-year media rights deal with CBS in 2020 — a huge jump from its early days on YouTube, which only brought in a few thousand viewers. 

With the league’s next set of rights up for grabs in 2023, NWSL commissioner Jessica Berman said she expects significant growth.

The NWSL’s ratings are nearing — and sometimes exceeding — those of MLS, which just signed a 10-year, more than $2.5 billion broadcasting deal with Apple.

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