Real-time scores, schedules, and betting odds for US leagues. Unbeatable value. Documentation: https://sportspagefeeds.com/documentation
Odds data API for NFL, NBA, MLB, EPL, AFL and loads more, from US, UK and Aussie bookmakers. Get started for free!
+880 football leagues & cups. Livescore (15s), odds, events, line-ups, coachs, players, top scorers, standings, statistics, transfers, predictions. Documentation : https://www.api-football.com/documentation-v3. Widgets : https://www.api-football.com/widgets
The fastest and most accurate real-time odds, scores, schedules, and stats from major sportsbooks. NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA Football, & NCAA Basketball with more sports soon. Live In-play odds are available for 5Dimes, Pinnacle, Matchbook, Bovada, Bodog, and Redzone. Over a dozen sportsbooks currently integrated: 5Dimes, Pinnacle, Matchbook, Betcris, Lowvig, TheGreek, YouWager, Justbet, Tigergaming, Betonline, Bookmaker, Sportsbetting, Intertops & more coming soon. Moneyline, Spread, & ...
Embed codes for the latest goals' videos and video highlights from the matches of the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and many more
Horse racing API - UK & Ireland races. Racecards, results, stats, Odds comparator and more.
Passionate about sports betting? Tipsxpert.com provides your daily free betting tips and a collection of the best free bets !
Live-score API provides affordable and high-quality soccer api. We currently provide live-scores, fixtures, standings, match events, statistics, head2head, history data with lineups, pre-match odds, live odds, and country flags coming down the development pipe.
Predictive betting and odds model for betting / trading soccer pre-match and in-play.
Sports Open Data is a project started in June 2015 created by Paolo Riva, Riccardo Quatra and Fabio Sgroi. This project was born by a need we've found when looking for statistics in Sports: no website offers its data in an Open Data way. Sports Open Data will work in this way: by providing a JSON REST API, Sports Open Data allow you to manage data for every single match we've stored on our database. And that's not over: Sports Open Data has been structured as an Open Organization: feel free to partecipate to our project or simply be part of our community to make it grow day by day. Open Data created by users for users.
Around the world, people enjoy watching professional sports. While the favorite games and teams may vary by region, everyone wants access to up-to-date information. Whether it is cricket, rugby, or basketball, online applications that follow sporting events rely on sports scores APIs.
An API is an online structure for managing the exchange of data between an application and a server. Sporting APIs include information about sports scores and other statistics. Using this resource, developers can pull scoring data about individual games or entire seasons.
With an API devoted to game scores, the platform maintaining the structure adds game information as it becomes available. An application reaches out to the API with a GET request, and the API sends back the data in JSON or XML format. The application then formats the data for analysis and display.
There are many aspects to the sporting world. Applications for team fans will use APIs to present match scores. Fantasy league applications use sports scores as a way of determining team and player values. Sports betting applications need access to up-to-date scores to determine odds and assess winning and losing bets.
While they do not have the drama of gameplay, sports scores provide a helpful summary of a match. Fans can see the long-term shape of a team’s performance. For team owners, historic scores will help them make decisions about coaching staff and player recruitment. Access to relevant sports scores shapes the whole sporting world.
When a developer’s applications request a scoring API, they can expect to receive information about current and historic scores. Real-time APIs release this information as a game is in play. Other APIs may only update after game scores are final.
The cost of a sports scores API depends on who manages it. A fan-based API like the Free NBA API may be available at no cost for users. Commercial APIs charge a fee for applications that make frequent requests. However, resources like the LiveScore and SportScore APIs offer freemium packages that allow free access for applications that make limited requests.
All Sports Scores APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
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