Crowd-Sourced Sports Data and Artwork. An open, crowd-sourced database of sports artwork and metadata with a free API. The content here is only possible thanks to the hard work of our users..
Football Data. The dev-friendly football API RESTful. Reliable. Free to use. Easy to integrate. football-data.org provides football data and statistics (live scores, fixtures, tables, squads, lineups/subs, etc.) in a machine-readable way. Our free (RESTful) API in JSON representation is used by thousands of developers to power websites and mobile apps with football data. Access to the top football competitions is and will be free forever as this was the initial purpose to setup the project. However if you need more competitions (or in-depth data), we have several paid plans available to serve your needs. The exhaustive documentation, code samples and libraries will help you get up and running quickly.
Connect with athletes, activities and more. Thousands of amazing developers from all over the world power their apps with Strava data. Far more athletes are using those apps to augment their Strava experience. There’s an app for everyone, from those that let you dive deep into the nerdiest of performance data, to an app that helps you make a friend in your neighborhood who runs the same pace as you.
F1 data from the beginning of the world championships in 1950. The Ergast Developer API is an experimental web service which provides a historical record of motor racing data for non-commercial purposes. Please read the terms and conditions of use. The API provides data for the Formula One series, from the beginning of the world championships in 1950.
Workout manager data as exercises, muscles or equipments. Public endpoints, such as the list of exercises or the ingredients can be accessed without authentication. For user owned objects such as workouts, you need to generate an API KEY and pass it in the header, see the link on the sidebar for details. You should always use HTTPS if possible when communicating with the server.
live-score. In 2011 we launched the first API Marketplace, which has grown to over 15,000 APIs and 200,000 developers in the community. Since then we’ve built a lot of useful tools for ourself. Last April we decided to spin off several products and make them available to everyone. Starting with open-sourcing Mockbin, Kong and HTTPsnippet, we most recently released Galileo for API Analytics. Late last year we acquired Gelato.io – our family is now bigger than ever and it was the right time to update our main entrance door. Kong is trusted by over 200 enterprises worldwide, from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
City Bikes around the world. The API gives you realtime data of city bikes being hired , picked , collected and dropped around the world. You get the name of the company in JSON file, with coordinates to point the boke location on the map and the name of city and the country.