Eredivisie 2016/2017 on Sports Open Data

Day by day we’re going to increase our data on different leagues. Thanks to our dutch collaborators we’re proud to announce that it’s now available Eredivisie on Sports Open Data.

Eredivisie is just the “one more top league” on Sports Open Data: a result that it could be consider fantastic and unbelievable just few weeks ago. The crazy thing is that we’re going to announce a new league that will be added to our APIs, but this time not a main league but a minor league: this should be an important step forward to a big coverage for our data. Another important thing is the accuracy and the “time up” of our APIs that has a good response for more than 97%: a result that could be consider simply AMAZING for an Open Data service used from more than 100K times in a month globally.

But, let’s return to Eredivisie; so, how it works? You should find results, standings, teams and much more; feel free to discover more our APIs and if you find something wrong consider to open an issue on Mashape (where you could find our documentation) or simply contact us from our website.

Here some examples of what you could with Eredivisie 2016/2017 Open Data:

  • Eredivisie Teams 2016/2017 ( )
  • Eredivisie Standings 2016/2017 ( )
  • Eredivisie Rounds 2016/2017 ( )
  • Eredivisie Round 1 2016/2017 ( )
  • Feyenoord Calendar 2016/2017 ( ). You could generate your team calendar simply by using the right team identifier.

Stay tuned on Sports Open Data because we’ve fantastic surprises next days: not only new leagues added to our apis but also some use cases that could be defined as succesfull this time; would you like to become one too? Feel free to contact us and tell us about your story. Do you want only to check out how it goes here? In this case stay tuned on our website or remember to check frequently our service page on SOD Website.

If you need to try all the APIs you could search for them on Mashape or you could simply get a Sports Open Data experience through our API console delivered by ApiGee

You’ve only to wait and get the new league on Sports Open Data api… and I tell you: it’s a minor league of a country for which we’ve already monitored the top league one.

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