Livescore API Documentation
On this page you will find everything that you need to start using our API. This is the entry point from where you can check the
Overview of the API, the Getting started section is here too. You will also find sample code in a variety of programming languages
from which you can pick your favourite one and copy paste it into your project and start using it. To dive deeper into our
api documentation you can check the full reference of it.
This section follows a brief overview of why this livescore api is created and it scratches the surface of some of its features.
In the examples of url calls, source code, and response we have left a copy option indicated by the
icon. When you press this icon it will copy the related exmample to your clipboard and you can paste it directly in your source code.
If you are running a sport website about football or as they call it soccer in the United Stated you need a livescore feed on it.
Football fans are constantly checking the scores. Whether it is their favourite team they are looking after, or maybe they are
just checking if their bet is going to pay out. Fans need this service. We have complete a number of interviews with football
fans from all over the world that tell us what livescores mean to them. You can read more about them on our
section. This is why fans need livescore, but why do you need them. If you have visitors
that check out your website form time to time, it is much more likely to make them stay if they have a reason. And what a
better reason than having a livescore that can keep them engadged for 90 minutes and why not 120 if ther es extra time.
We are constantly developing and improving out api services. The most important part of our work is that we are trying to
follow the REST recommendation is much as possible. In order for you to use our services you need a programming language
or any other software that can make requests over the internet. This way you can access our services from any point in
the world in any given time of the day or night.
The majority of the requests that you are going to make are GET. Therefore we have simplified the authentication to be
as easy as possible. All you need to do is to register
yourself in the website or
to your account in case you alrady have one to obtain your API key and API secret pair.
This is the only thing that you need to make you first request to our API. You can also follow our full tutorial on getting
your api key and secret pair from your profile.
This section follows a brief overview of how you can started with our services as well as pointing to several tutorials and examples with walk-thorughs.
We provide a variety of tutorials of how you can use our livescore api.
We have tried to build tutorials that help you start using our livescore api faster.
The first tutorial that you should visit is about getingt api key and api secret
Once you have them generated. You should read upon how you authenticate yourself
with our api services. Finally, you can get the current livescores.
On the places where there are api keys and api secret used in exables you will see that the ones we use are called
demo_secret, but if you are logged in you will see your own pair. This way you will be
able to copy paste code examples directly into your project. Being logged in while exploring our documentation will make your life much