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Enhance your football application, improve your visitors’ experience and reduce hours of implementation. Access the market’s most accurate and up-to-date football data with Sportmonks’ Premier League API.

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This is handy for your visitors to track when their team is playing and to look back at previous results from the current or historical seasons.
All match details, such as statistics, events, line-ups, Head2Head results, venue information, referee information, and more, can be added to your match center. You can choose which data you will use from the Premier League API.
Who is the virtual table leader in the current season, and which team will face relegation? In addition to league table standings, the Premier League API also offers live standings. Track the current standings of teams that are live in a match. You can also find the tables of previous seasons. Besides the results and points you can receive live goal difference as well.


With Sportmonks’ Premier League API, you will save time and resources.

  • Football data worldwideThe Premier League API is easy to use and implement into your application.
  • Football data worldwideThe responses can be filtered easily, which means you do not have to find the data you need in a big pile of data you don't need.
  • Football data worldwideThe Premier League API is built by developers that are football fans themselves. They know what you and your visitors want.

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The best part is that you do not have to believe our words about our Premier League API’s greatness. You can test our free plan with the Danish Superliga and the Scottish Premiership or start a 14-day free trial by subscribing to one of our paid plans. And test over 60 API endpoints.

Are you ready to create your dream application? Here is some extra inspiration:

Keeping your users up-to-date with the latest scores and events is very important. Choose our Premier League API and experience the power of our fast live scores and events.
Provide all the statistics of the Premier League. Which player gives the most passes, provides the most assists and, most importantly, who scores the most goals?
The Manchester Derby: Man Utd - Man City, who is most likely to win? No need to gather all the information yourself. Our prediction API is based on the latest machine-learning techniques, giving you the best possible predictions.

Choose your Premier League API data features

  • Match schedules and historical matches
  • Match statistics and events
  • Complete team squads
  • Match formations & Line-ups
  • (Live) Topscores and standings
  • (Live) odds and predictions
  • Coach and referee stats
  • And many more are included in the Premier League API!


The premier league is the biggest English competition. Save money on cheap or expensive data and build the best application in the business. Cheap data is unreliable, and your customers will stop trusting you after a few slip-ups. Expensive data is excellent, but data shouldn’t be too expensive. Sportmonks offers the Premier League API to give you the best value for a great price to help you create your dream application.

Accurate and reliable football data is the key to building a winning sports app. Don’t let your competitors score while you’re still on the bench. Use the Premier League API to score goals and beat your opponents.

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Some of our customers have amazing ideas they can build with the Football API. We would love to hear yours. In the meantime, why don’t you read one of our case studies to find out how our customers enjoy working with the data within our Premier League API.

We chose Sportmonks because of the accuracy of its Premier League API, its’ ease of use and its’ outstanding customer service. Starting with Sportmonks was incredibly easy and intuitive. The onboarding process was virtually non-existent. Just plug and play!

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Thanks to our flexible Premier League API, you can decide what data you want to use. Whether you’re developing your live score or betting app, our Premier League API will help you meet your goals. Share your vision with us, and we’ll offer tailored advice so you know what data best suits your needs. Check out our data features and decide which package suits your needs.


In the table below, you can find a price overview of the various available subscriptions. That way, you know what to expect.

Which other English leagues are covered in our Premier League API? Over 100 English leagues are covered. Among them are the FA Cup, League One, League Two, Championship, Community Shield, Carabao Cup, FA Trophy, Wsl 1 Women and many others.

Want to know what we can offer you first? Create a free account and use the ‘Free Plan’ option for complimentary access to the Scottish Premiership and Danish Superliga, which will indicate what the Premier League API is capable of.

Select your desired football plan

Each plan comes with a 14-day free trial for new members.


Perfect for the curious visitors who want to test the waters before committing.


Danish Superliga and Scottish Premiership access.

Test the free plan and find out if the API fits your needs.


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Free Plan
  • Instant access
  • 180 API calls per hour/endpoint
  • All-time free access
  • Standard
    data features

A great place to start for comprehensive access to all major European leagues.


Starting at
€ 39
€ 34
paid monthly per month paid yearly
European Plan

Designed for the real football data experts as it includes all major worldwide leagues.


Starting at
€ 129
€ 112
paid monthly per month paid yearly
Worldwide Plan

Only for the real pros, this grants access to all 2100+ available leagues.


All leagues, always.


Contact us for pricing. Or find out more information on our Enterprise page.


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Enterprise Plan
* All prices are exclusive of VAT and, where applicable, VAT will be applied at the standard rate.

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Interested in more than the Premier League API? Need help finding what you’re looking for? No problem. At Sportmonks, you can choose which leagues and data features you’re interested in with our Custom Plans.

You have the freedom to select the leagues and data features you'd like to have in your custom plan.
You won't ever pay too much because you'll only pay for the features or leagues you use.

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Why the Premier League API

In 2021, the Premier League had a brand value of €7.3 billion. La Liga is in second place with a brand value of €3,5 billion, while the Bundesliga is in third place with €3,3 billion. The Premier League is the biggest competition, without a doubt.

The brand value of the Premier League clubs grew to €8,6 billion in 2022. La Liga is still in second place with €4.1 billion. In third place, we find the Bundesliga with €3.1 billion, the Serie A is in fourth place with €2.1 billion, and Ligue 1 completes the top 5 with €1.3 billion.

We are seeing an average attendance of 39.915 in 2022/2023, which is 97,8% in the Premier League. It rose from 34,215 attendees per game in 2009/2010. So, seeing these numbers, we can conclude that the Premier League is the most popular competition in Europe. This means that you need the Premier League API to show all its data on your application! Don’t miss out.

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Premier League Teams

Arsenal Football Club, also known as Arsenal, was founded in 1886. The Gunners have won the league title 13 times, 14 FA Cups, 16 FA Community shields, two League Cups and one UEFA Europa League. The club had its most tremendous success when Arsène Wenger was appointed. He is the longest-serving manager and won the most trophies. In the 2003-04 season, Arsenal won the league without losing a single game, which makes them The Invincibles. Arsenal plays their home games in the Emirates Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,704. The longest and most profound rivalry they have is with their nearest neighbours, Tottenham Hotspur. This rivalry is also known as the North London derby.

Manchester City Football Club, also known as Manchester City, was founded in 1880. The citizens won eight League titles, six FA Cups, eight League Cups and six FA Community Shields. The club reached their prime after the financial takeover by Sheik Mansour. One of the players City bought after the takeover was Sergio Agüero. He is the club’s all-time top scorer and made the most important goal in the history of Manchester City. On the last day of the 2011-12 season City only needed a win. They played against QPR, a club which was in the relegation zone, the citizens were 2-1 behind till they scored two goals in the injury time. Agüero scored the winner in the final seconds of the season which helped City win their first League Title in 44 years. Under the management of Pep Guardiola, City won the Premier League in 2018, becoming the only Premier League team that reached more than 100 points in a single season. Manchester City has played their home games at the Etihad Stadium, which has a capacity of 53,400 supporters.

Liverpool Football Club was founded in 1872 and has played its home games at Anfield since its formation. The Reds have won nineteen League titles, eight FA Cups, League Cups and sixteen FA Community Shields. In international competitions, the club has won six Champions League Titles, three UEFA Europa Leagues, four UEFA Super Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup. Liverpool has one of the biggest fanbases in the world. The club’s anthem is ‘’You’ll never walk alone’’. Liverpool’s biggest rivalry is with Everton, a fellow Liverpool team. Another big rivalry is with Manchester United. This rivalry stems from the cities’ competition in the Industrial Revolution.

Manchester United, also known as Man United, was founded in 1878. The club has won a record of 20 League titles, 12 FA Cups, five League Cups, and 21 FA Community Shields. They have won the UEFA Champions League three times and the UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup once each. The club had its greatest success whit Sir Alex Ferguson as manager. He is the club’s longest-serving and most successful manager, winning 38 trophies, including 13 league titles, 5 FA Cups, and 2 UEFA Champions League titles between 1986 and 2013. Wayne Rooney is United’s all-time top scorer with 253 goals in 559 matches.

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, commonly known as Brighton, was founded in 1901. Brighton plays their home games in the Falmer Stadium, which has a capacity of 31,800 people. In the 2016-17 season, the club finished second in de EFL Championship and was promoted to the Premier League, ending a 34-year absence.

Everton Football Club was founded in 1878. The club has won nine league titles and five FA Cups. Everton’s biggest rivalry is with Liverpool. This rivalry is also known as the Merseyside derby. The club plays their home games at Goodison Park, which has a capacity of 39,572 fans. Everton has been based at Goodison Park since 1892.

West Ham United Football Club was founded in 1895. The Hammers’ home ground is the London Stadium, which has a capacity of 37,800 fans. West Ham has been winners of the FA Cup three times and runners-up twice.

was founded in 1882 and plays its home games in Turf Moor. The stadium has a capacity of 21,944. The club was champion in 1921 and 1960. The 2023/2024 season will be the 60th season in the highest division of England.

Sheffield United was founded in 1989. The club plays in Bramall Lane which has a capacity of 32,050. Sheffield became champions on the highest English level in 1897/1898.

Luton Town was founded in 1885. The club was promoted to the Premier League for the first time in 2022/2023. The games are being played in the Kenilworth Road Stadium, which has a capacity of 10,356.


Chelsea Football Club
was founded in 1908. The club plays their home matches at Stamford Bridge which has a capacity of 40,341 fans. Domestically, the club has won six league titles, eight FA Cups, five League Cups, and four FA Community Shields. Internationally, they have won the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and the UEFA Super Cup twice each, and one FIFA Club World Cup.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, also known as Tottenham or Spurs, was founded in 1882. The Spurs have played their home games at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, which has a capacity of 62,850 fans. The club has won two league titles, eight FA Cups, four League Cups, seven Community Shield and two UEFA Europa Leagues. Their longest and deepest rivalry is with their nearest neighbours, Arsenal. This rivalry is also known as the North London derby.

Crystal Palace Football Club was founded in 1905. The Eagles have played their home games at Selhurst Park, which has a capacity of 25,486 fans. Due to their locations in London, Crystal Palace is involved in several local derbies, mostly across south London. Crystal Palace has another long-standing rivalry with Brighton & Hove Albion. This rivalry started in the first round of the 1976-77 FA Cup. The tie went to two replays, but the second replay ended in controversy after the referee disallowed a goal from Brighton. Palace won the tie 1-0.

Nottingham Forest Football Club was founded in 1865 and has played its home games at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest has won two European Cups, one UEFA Super Cup, one League title, two FA Cups and four League Cups. Forest is one of four English clubs to have won the UEFA Champions League more than once. The club was relegated in 1999 and returned in 2022 by winning the play-off final. Forest’s biggest rivalry is with Derby County. This rivalry is also known as the East Midlands Derby.

Newcastle United Football Club was founded in 1892. The club plays their home games at St James’ Park, which has a capacity of 52,305 fans. Newcastle has won four League titles and six FA Cups. Newcastle has a long-standing rivalry with Sunderland.

Brentford Football Club was founded in 1889. The Bees’ home ground is the Gtech Community Stadium, which has a capacity of 17,250 fans. Their main rivalry is with Fulham, a fellow London-based football club.

AFC Bournemouth was founded in 1899. Bournemouth has played their home games at Dean Court since 1910. The club remained in the Premier League for five seasons before suffering relegation in 2020, but they returned in 2022 as Championship runners-up.

Aston Villa Football Club was founded in 1874. They are one of the five English clubs to have won the European Cup. They have also won the League seven times, the FA Cup seven times, the League Cup five times, and the European Super Cup once. Villa plays its home games at Villa Park, which has a capacity of 42,749 fans.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club was founded in 1877. The Wolves’ home ground is Molineux Park, which has a capacity of 32,050 fans. Wolverhampton has been competing in the Premier League since winning promotion in 2018.

Fulham Football Club was founded in 1879. Fulham’s main rivalries are with fellow West London clubs Chelsea, Queens Park Rangers and Brentford. Fulham plays their home games at Craven Cotton, which has a capacity of 25,700 fans.

Southampton Football Club was founded in 1885 and is one of the founding members of the Premier League. Their home ground is the St Mary’s Stadium. Southampton have a long-standing rivalry with Portsmouth.

Leeds United Football Club was founded in 1908. Leeds United have won three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup and two Community Shields. Leeds plays their home games at Elland Road, which has a capacity of 37,800 people.

Leicester City Football Club was founded in 1884 and played its home games at the King Power Stadium. In the 2015-16 season, Jamie Vardy scored 13 goals in 11 consecutive matches, breaking Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record of scoring ten consecutive games. The Foxes won the league that season, their first and only top-level title.