GET All Livescores

Returns the fixtures 15 minutes before the game starts. It will also disappear 15 minutes after the game is finished.

https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores

NameRequired?Description

api_token

YES

Another option is to provide the API token in the header.

Your unique API token. Ex. ?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN

include

NO

Enrich the API response with more data by using includes. Ex. &include=participants;events

select

NO

Select specific fields on the base entity. Read how to select fields in our tutorial.

sortBy

NO

Order by specific fields on the base entity. For more information check out this page.

filters

NO

Filter the API response on multiple related entities. There are static filters and dynamic filters.​ Please find the possibilities in the Static and Dynamic Filter tab.

locale

NO

Translate name fields of the API Response in your selected language. Find more information and which languages are available on our translations page.

Filters

https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/my/filters/entity?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN

Pagination

NO

Include depth

You can use a total of 3 nested includes on this endpoint

Include options

sport round stage group aggregate league seasoncoaches tvStations venue state weatherReport lineups events timeline comments trends statistics periods participants odds premiumOdds inplayOdds prematchNews postmatchNews metadata sidelinedpredictions referees formations ballCoordinates scores xGFixture

Get an overview and explanation of all the fields returned in the API response. The related entities for the livescores endpoints are:

Postman

We also offer detailed postman documentation with examples and a complete up-to-date version of all our endpoints. Below is a button that lets your fork the collection or import it.

Code Example

require "uri"
require "net/http"

url = URI("https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN")

https = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
https.use_ssl = true

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = https.request(request)
puts response.read_body

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