On this page you will find answers to some of the most asked question that we receive about: our football data, live-score API, subscriptions, payments, trial, and using the live-score api website in general.
You can see the full list of competitions covered by our soccer api in here
Please contact us at email@example.com and we will try to make it available for you.
The acronym API stands for “Application Programming Interface.” API is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. Basically, an API specifies how software components should interact.
You can start your free 14 days trial or you can sign up for our standard or advanced plan. All the plans can be found on our pricing page
Our data is available in the following formats: XML and JSON. To find out more about our football data formats please visit our live-score api data formats refernce page
There is a special page with documentation made for you to help you. You can find it here: documentation. Every type of data has a dedicated reference page:
The times of the fixtures, live scores and history data are in UTC you can use any standard library to convert it to CET.
Live-score endpoints provide data only for matches that are being played or have ended but started no longer than 3 hours ago. After this period they can be found in our history data set. Also if you are using any kind of filtering per country or competition and there are no matches currently being played in these competitions your response will be empty.
As you might have seen from our soccer api pricing page every package has its own hourly request limit. So what is an request? A requests is every call that you make to our servers. We count your scripts reaching to our servers. It does not matter if the request results in an error or the data is is the same as the previous requests. Every time you hit one of our servers with an HTTP request we count it towards your hourly quota.
For the moment you can only use PayPal to pay for your subscription. We are working on adding more payment options. In case PayPal is not a viable solution for you, do not hesitate to contact us..
Yes, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and after understanding your requirements we can create a custom plan for you.
You can unsubscribe/cancel your subscription only from your PayPal account. We do not have any control over the cancellation process.
You can register your free account on our sign up page. By filling in only your email and password you can create your registration. Once you have done this you will receive a verification email that you need to click. If this link does not work or is inaccessible you can use the resend verification link functionality on our website, in order to access the live-score api.
Yes! You do need an api key and secret to access our soccer API data. To do this you have to go through the following 3 steps:
You can contact us at: email@example.com
Use the resend email verification option on the website:
The trial period lasts 14 days from the day you start it. This might not be the day you registered. For example, you can register and look at our documentation for two months and then decide to start your trial by using one of "Start my trial" buttons. This is, after that you can continue using our Live-score API by choosing one of our paid plans. If you think you need a special offer, do not hesitate to contact us.
You can activate your trial from your profile page. There is a button that you need to press and you can start your free trial.
A free trial will only be granted only once per account. In rare cases after dicussions with you, we might restart your trial or extend it.