Soccer Results Data Sets. Free and downloadable historical soccer datasets (in CSV Format) for the top European and International soccer leagues. Data files contain game half-time and full-time scores as well as detailed player/game statistics.
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Detailed football statistics for the Premier League, Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and other top leagues in the world.
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Each soccer API has multiple endpoints and parameters to help provide the soccer data feeds that fits your needs. Filter by your favorite league, team, match, game, or even player to gain insight and stats into all things Football. Click into each API endpoints page to find the latest version of each API.
Historical data per season. Graphical Kit . Graphic kit of players, teams and competitions. Player Career Stats . Entire career of the player , memberships and records. Suspensions . Suspended players per game and the players in danger to be suspended for next game. Injuries . Players injured for a game. Transfers . Players transferred in a ...
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I would recommend xmlsoccer.com (xmlsoccer.com) - it’s pretty cheap (€10 per month) so it's not completely free, but it includes livescores, fixtures, results, odds, statistics etc. It also enables you to code for FREE against it using the Scottish Premier League as “demo-league” so you have unlimited time to develop your project.
Other than that, you might want to check out http://Football-data.org which is a free API. It goes on to say that "The goal of the football-data API is to provide football data of all major european leagues in a machine-readable way." Finally, it's probably worth a search on http://Github.com. With the increased popularity of soccer analytics, you might come across a data set that someone shared publicly.