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Football api: Soccer API —the key for bringing fans together in COVID-19 times

Soccer API —the key for bringing fans together in COVID-19 times

New apps allow sports fans to cheer safely from home. Here’s how our soccer API can make supporters’ experiences better and more vibrant. Coronavirus restrictions are banning sports fans from stadiums. Some of the main soccer leagues are resuming the season, but matches will be played in empty venues. Within this context, some clubs and ...

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Football api: 5 Must-Have Features of a Football Website

5 Must-Have Features of a Football Website

Navigating today’s overcrowded digital landscape is a considerable feat. There are dozens of outlets giving your visitors up-to-date information accessible right on their fingertips. They can get every aspect of any sports life surrounding football. Making your website stand out from the crowd is a serious challenge. To win this race, you need the right ...

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Football api: Country Flags Now Available

Country Flags Now Available

In our newest soccer api endpoint we give the opportunity of our subscribers to get the country flags of the national football teams. The default flag size is 300×200. Right now only the country flags for the teams participating in EURO 2020 and Copa America 2020 are available and with the time all the flags ...

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Football api: Part 2 of our Tutorial on How to create a website

Part 2 of our Tutorial on How to create a website

Watch the full tutorial here. The speed with which you present the live scores, that you get from our soccer api, to your users is the most crucial aspect of your success. That is why in our second video tutorial, we address how can you speed up this process using caching with a local database. ...

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Football api: Head 2 Head football api endpoint – now available

Head 2 Head football api endpoint – now available

When it comes to football and comparing 2 teams, the head to head comparison seems to be the most interesting way of comparing. Any football api will be incomplete without such functionality. That is why we are happy to announce that you can now take advantage of this feature using our services. Through this new API ...

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Football api: Filter fixtures by round – now available

Filter fixtures by round – now available

Fixtures -the scheduled matches. You can get these from our football API. We have added a new filter to the fixtures API endpoint. Until now there was the possibility to filter the fixtures during your request using various filters like: date – the date when the fixtures will be played competition_id – the id of ...

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Football api: Qatar and Japan are meeting again

Qatar and Japan are meeting again

It has been confirmed for a while now that the next Copa America edition, played between June 14 and July 7, will host Japan and Qatar. But why has CONMEBOL invited two teams from another federation? History of the tournament We can find the answer in the structure of South American Football Confederation, in fact, ...

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Football api: The top 10 free kick snipers.

The top 10 free kick snipers.

Being a good footballer is about both hard work and talent. A lot of skills are required to be part of the best ones, and some of those skills are in the details. Like the ability of scoring free-kicks! That one is one of the main talents a good football player should have to stand ...

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Football api: 3 Football gifts that nobody wants to receive

3 Football gifts that nobody wants to receive

Christmas is approaching soon! And what is harder than finding the perfect gifts for your friends, family or significant other? We cannot promise you that you will find the perfect gift thanks to us, but if your target is a football fan we have a list with some “no no gifts” that we are sure ...

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Football api: Where Star Wars and football meet.

Where Star Wars and football meet.

For all the Star Wars lovers out there, do you know the home planet of Luke and his father Anakin Skywalker? Of course, you do, it’s Tatooine, a planet in a galaxy far, far away. But what if we tell you that maybe Tatooine is not that far? In fact, the planet takes the name ...

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