The BBC's sports website has proved the most popular online news source for football fans.
BBC Sport had over 1.3 million visitors in the first week of the Fifa World Cup, according to internet research firm Nielsen//NetRatings, attracting almost four times as many visitors as its nearest rival Sky Sports.
Nielsen/NetRatings also found that people tended to spend more time on gambling sites than sport news sites. Ladbrokes got almost 115,000 visitors to its site over the first week of the World Cup.
People spent an average one hour 10 minutes during the week on Betfair, for example, compared to just 13 minutes on the BBC Sports site.
The most popular time of day to get an update on the tournament was between 6.00 and 7.00 in the evening.
Overall, one in six people using the web over the past week visited either a sport or a gambling site.
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