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GET Latest Updated Livescores

Returns you all livescores that have received updates within 10 seconds.
Base URL
Example Response
Field Description
https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest
{
"data": {
"id": 18535517,
"sport_id": 1,
"league_id": 501,
"season_id": 19735,
"stage_id": 77457866,
"group_id": null,
"aggregate_id": null,
"round_id": 274719,
"state_id": 5,
"venue_id": 8909,
"name": "Celtic vs Rangers",
"starting_at": "2022-09-03 11:30:00",
"result_info": "Celtic won after full-time.",
"leg": "1/1",
"details": null,
"length": 90,
"placeholder": false,
"has_odds": true,
"starting_at_timestamp": 1662204600
},
Field
Description
Type
id
Refers the unique id of the fixture
integer
sport_id
Refers to the sport the fixture is played at
integer
league_id
Refers to the league the fixture is played in
integer
season_id
Refers to the seasons the fixture is played in
integer
stage_id
Refers to the stage the fixture is played in
integer
group_id
Refers to the group the fixture is played in
integer / null
aggregate_id
Refers to the aggregate the fixture is played at
integer / null
state_id
Refers to the state the fixture is played at
integer
round_id
Refers to the round the fixture is played at
integer / null
state_id
Refers to the state the fixture is played at
integer
venue_id
Refers to the venue the fixture is played at
integer / null
name
Represents the name of the participants
string / null
starting_at
Datetime object representing the start time
date / null
result_info
Represents the final result info
string / null
leg
Represents the leg of the fixture
string
details
Represents details about the fixture
string / null
length
Length of the fixture (minutes)
integer / null

Query Parameters
Static Filters
Dynamic Filters
Name
Required?
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.
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.
Static filters are always the same and filter in one specific way without any custom options. Each static filter is listed below and has a description of how it filters. For more information, please look at our Filters page.
Static Filters
Available on Entity
Description
Example
ParticipantSearch
Fixture
Filter on the matches of specific participants.
&include=participants&filters=participantSearch:Celtic
TodayDate
Fixture
Filter all fixtures to find only the fixtures of today.
&filters=todayDate
venues
Fixture
Find all fixtures that are played in a specific venue.
&include=venue&filters=venues:venueIDs &include=venue&filters=venues:10,12
IsDeleted
Fixture
Filter on deleted fixtures only. This filter helps to keep your database in sync.
&filters=IsDeleted
markets
Odds
Filter the odds on a selection of markets separated by a comma.
&include=odds&filters=markets:marketIDs &include=odds&filters=markets:12,14
bookmakers
Odds
Filter the odds on a selection of bookmakers separated by a comma. (e.g: 2,14).
&include=odds&filters=bookmakers:bookmakerIDs &include=odds&filters=bookmakers:2,14
WinningOdds
Odds
Filter all winning odds.
&include=odds&filters=WinningOdds
The dynamic filters are based on entities and includes. Each dynamic filter uses an entity to filter on and one entity to apply the filter on. Below are examples with explanations of how filters are set up. For more information, please look at our Filters page.
Using an include? Check their respective filters on their entity page. For example if you use &include=participants you can apply team-related filters.
Dynamic Filters
Available on Entity
Description
Examples
types
Statistics, Events, Lineup, and way more. Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter the Types on a selection of Fixture statistics separated by a comma. Filter on the specific events you want to show.
&include=statistics&filters=statisticTypes:TypeIDs &include=statistics&filters=statisticTypes:42,49 &include=events&filters=eventTypes:14
states
Fixtures Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter the states of fixtures separated by a comma.
&include=state&filters=fixtureStates:StateIDs &include=state&filters=fixtureStates:1
leagues
Fixtures, Seasons, Standings, and way more. Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter the fixtures based on leagues and their rounds.
&filters=fixtureLeagues:leagueIDs
&filters=fixtureLeagues:501,271
groups
Fixtures, Standing, and more. Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter the fixtures based on groups. Get their fixtures and standings.
&include=group&filters=fixtureGroups:groupIDs &include=group&filters=fixtureGroups:246691
countries
Coaches, Leagues, Players, Teams, and way more. Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter the coaches, leagues, players and more based on countries.
&include=coaches&filters=coachCountries:CountryIDs &include=coaches&filters=coachCountries:1161
seasons
Statistics (players, team, coaches, referees), Standings, and way more. Check this endpoint for all possibilities.
Filter statistics, standings and topscorers based on seasons.
&include=season.statistics&filters=seasonStatisticTypes:TypeIDs &include=season.statistics&filters=seasonStatisticTypes:52

Filters

More information on how to use filters can be found on our tutorials on how to filter. If you want more information on which filters to use you can check out the following endpoint:
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

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

Postman

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Code Example

Ruby
Python
PHP
Java
Node.js
Go
require "uri"
require "net/http"
url = URI("https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest?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
import http.client
conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportmonks.com")
payload = ''
headers = {}
conn.request("GET", "/v3/football/livescores/latest?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN", payload, headers)
res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()
print(data.decode("utf-8"))
<?php
$curl = curl_init();
curl_setopt_array($curl, array(
CURLOPT_URL => 'https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN',
CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER => true,
CURLOPT_ENCODING => '',
CURLOPT_MAXREDIRS => 10,
CURLOPT_TIMEOUT => 0,
CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION => true,
CURLOPT_HTTP_VERSION => CURL_HTTP_VERSION_1_1,
CURLOPT_CUSTOMREQUEST => 'GET',
));
$response = curl_exec($curl);
curl_close($curl);
echo $respons
OkHttpClient client = new OkHttpClient().newBuilder()
.build();
Request request = new Request.Builder()
.url("https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN")
.method("GET", null)
.build();
Response response = client.newCall(request).execute();
var unirest = require('unirest');
var req = unirest('GET', 'https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN')
.end(function (res) {
if (res.error) throw new Error(res.error);
console.log(res.raw_body);
});
package main
import (
"fmt"
"net/http"
"io/ioutil"
)
func main() {
url := "https://api.sportmonks.com/v3/football/livescores/latest?api_token=YOUR_TOKEN"
method := "GET"
client := &http.Client {
}
req, err := http.NewRequest(method, url, nil)
if err != nil {
fmt.Println(err)
return
}
res, err := client.Do(req)
if err != nil {
fmt.Println(err)
return
}
defer res.Body.Close()
body, err := ioutil.ReadAll(res.Body)
if err != nil {
fmt.Println(err)
return
}
fmt.Println(string(body))
}