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## Badminton API Overview The Badminton API provides real-time scoring and statistics (when available) and an array of supplementary data. All major men’s and women’s competitions are covered, for both singles and doubles. Select the Badminton package in our Coverage Matrix for competitions and data offered. The API is consistent in structure, format, and behavior with the other General Sport APIs. Primary feeds will return seasons, competitions, team and player data, and real-time scores. Additional feeds provide a host of complementary stats, including:
  • Standings
  • Rankings
  • Player profiles
  • Historical results
  • Match lineups
  • Match win probabilities
Real-time customers are also offered two delivery Push Feeds to enhance speed.
API API Version
Badminton v2
Note: Authentication is required for all API calls.
## Badminton v2 API Map To best utilize the Badminton API, you will need several parameters to create your API calls. The map below illustrates how you can obtain the parameters you need. >

Example:

>To find the probability of a home team win for a given game: >
  1. Call the Daily Schedule for the day the sport event takes place and find the Season Id for the chosen sport event
  2. Make note of the Sport Event Id for the given sport event
  3. Call the Season Probabilties using the Season Id
  4. Find Sport Event Id within the results locate the home team and the outcome probability
>The probability of a home team win is displayed. The primary feeds require only a date or human-readable parameters to call the endpoints. Those feeds provide Sport Event Ids, Competitor Ids, or Season Ids which can be used to generate the match, team, and tournament feeds. ## Competition Info Provides the name, id, type and gender for a given competition. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:558/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:558/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:558/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitions/`{competition_id}`/info.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competition_id` | Id of a given competition. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Competition Seasons Provides historical season information for a given competition. Competitions will return a maximum of three seasons of data, including current or newly created seasons. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:1341/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:1341/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions/sr:competition:1341/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitions/`{competition_id}`/seasons.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competition_id` | Id of a given competition. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Competitions Provides a list of all available competitions. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitions.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitions.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | | `&parents=true` | Optional query parameter to display only parent competitions. | Return to API map ## Competitor Merge Mappings Provides the valid Sportradar Id in cases when two competitors have been merged into one. Mapping entries will remain in the feed for 7 days.
Update Frequency: As Necessary
Content Type: XML or JSON
Mappings Info Data Points: Name Merged Id Retained Id
```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/merge_mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/merge_mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/merge_mappings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. Access the Competitor Merge Mappings feed by replacing the parameters in the following URL: https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/merge_mappings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to top ## Competitor Profile Provides top-level information for a given player or doubles team. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/profile.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/profile.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/profile.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/`{competitor_id}`/profile.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competitor_id` | Id of a given competitor. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Competitor Summaries Provides previous and upcoming match information for a given competitor, including results for past matches and scheduling info for upcoming matches.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/`{competitor_id}`/summaries.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competitor_id` | ID for a given competitor. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Competitor vs Competitor Provides previous and upcoming games between two competitors, including scoring information.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/versus/sr:competitor:146358/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/versus/sr:competitor:146358/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/competitors/sr:competitor:76587/versus/sr:competitor:146358/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/`{competitor_id}`/versus/`{competitor2_id}`/summaries.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competitor_id` | ID for a given competitor. | | `competitor2_id` | ID for a given competitor. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Daily Summaries Provides match information for a given day, including scoring and results. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/schedules/`{year}`-`{month}`-`{day}`/summaries.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `year` | Year in 4 digit format (YYYY). | | `month` | Month in 2 digit format (MM). | | `day` | Day in 2 digit format (DD). | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com")

conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/2019-02-26/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the response with one or more of the following optional query string parameters.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 200.
Example: limit=200 | Return to API map ## Live Summaries Provides game information for all currently live matches, including scoring. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/competitors/`{competitor_id}`/summaries.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `competitor_id` | ID for a given competitor. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Live Timelines Provides a play-by-play event timeline for currently live matches.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/schedules/live/timelines.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Live Timelines Delta Provides a 10 second live delta of game information, including scoring and a play-by-play event timeline.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines_delta.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines_delta.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/schedules/live/timelines_delta.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/schedules/live/timelines_delta.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Rankings Returns a list in ascending order of BWF singles and doubles rankings.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/rankings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/rankings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/rankings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/rankings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Competitors Provides a list of competitors participating in a given season.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:81000/competitors.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:81000/competitors.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:81000/competitors.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/competitors.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | ID of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Info Provides detailed information for a given season, including participating competitors and league structure.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/info.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/info.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | ID of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Links Provides information about linked cup rounds for a given season. Use this feed to compile full advancement brackets for relevant seasons/tournaments. Links between all matches and rounds are available when competitors (TBD vs. TBD) are not yet known. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:84966/stages_groups_cup_rounds.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:84966/stages_groups_cup_rounds.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:84966/stages_groups_cup_rounds.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/stages_groups_cup_rounds.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | ID of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Probabilities Provides 2-way match win probabilities (home team win, away team win) for all matches in a given season.   ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/probabilities.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/probabilities.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/probabilities.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/probabilities.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | Id of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Standings Provides detailed standings info for a given season. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:53654/standings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:53654/standings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:53654/standings.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/standings.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | ID of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Season Summaries Provides schedule information for all matches from a given season including scoring at the match level.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons/sr:season:59870/summaries.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons/`{season_id}`/summaries.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `season_id` | ID of a given season. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Seasons Provides a list of historical season information for all competitions. Competitions will return a maximum of three seasons of data, including current or newly created seasons. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/seasons.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/seasons.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Sport Event Summary Provides real-time match-level scoring for a given match. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/summary.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/summary.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/summary.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/`{match_id}`/summary.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `match_id` | ID of a given match. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Sport Event Timeline Provides a real-time event timeline of scoring for a given match. Please note that data returned is determined by coverage level. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/timeline.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/timeline.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/sr:match:16283642/timeline.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/`{sport_event_id}`/timeline.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `sport_event_id` | ID of a given sport event. | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | Return to API map ## Sport Events Created Provides ids for sport events that have been created in the last 24 hours. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/created.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com")

conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/created.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the response with one or more of the following optional query string parameters. By default the limit is set to 1000.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=75 | Return to API map ## Sport Events Removed Provides ids for sport events that have been removed or deleted. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/removed.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com")

conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/removed.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the response with one or more of the following optional query string parameters. By default the limit is set to 1000.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=75 | Return to API map ## Sport Events Updated Provides ids for sport events that have been updated in the last 24 hours.  ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import http.client conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com") conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}") res = conn.getresponse() data = res.read() print(data.decode("utf-8")) ``` ```shell curl -X GET "https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}" ``` > The above command returns xml structured like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/`{version}`/`{language_code}`/sport_events/updated.`{format}`?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `version` | Version number of the API you are accessing (Current Version: v2). | | `language_code` | Supported Locales | | `format` | xml or json. | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters:
require 'uri'
require 'net/http'
require 'openssl'

url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE

request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url)

response = http.request(request)
puts response.read_body
import http.client

conn = http.client.HTTPSConnection("api.sportradar.com")

conn.request("GET", "/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75")

res = conn.getresponse()
data = res.read()

print(data.decode("utf-8"))
curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/en/sport_events/updated.xml?api_key={your_api_key}&start=0&limit=75'
In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can paginate the response with one or more of the following optional query string parameters. By default the limit is set to 1000.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&).
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `start` | Number to start the list of results from.
Example: start=0 | | `limit` | Number to limit the number of results. Minimum value is 1, maximum value is 1000.
Example: limit=75 | Return to API map ## Push Feeds >To best utilize Push feeds, we have included code samples in Ruby, Java and Python which provide an example of a way you can consume the feeds. Using these samples will output the feeds content to STDOUT.
For Java, we have also provided a Stream Client to assist your integration.

Note: In the provided Java sample, replace "URL GOES HERE" with the desired Push feed URL. ```ruby require 'httpclient' module Sportradar module HTTP module Stream class Client attr_reader :url, :logger def initialize(url, publisher, logger) @url = url @logger = logger @publisher = publisher @client = ::HTTPClient.new(:agent_name => 'SportsData/1.0') end def start @thread ||= Thread.new do logger.debug "Starting loop" @client.get_content(url, :follow_redirect => true) do |chunk| @publisher.publish(::JSON.parse(chunk)) if @publisher end logger.debug "finished loop" end end def stop @thread.terminate if @thread end end end end end ``` ```java package com.sportradar.http.stream.client; import org.junit.After; import org.junit.Before; import org.junit.Test; public class StreamClientTest { private StreamClient client; private static String SERVICE_URL = ""; @Before public void setup() { client = new StreamClient(); } @After public void cleanup() { client.terminate(); } @Test public void testStream() throws Exception { Handler handler = new ConsoleHandler(); client.stream(SERVICE_URL, handler); System.out.println("Connecting...."); Thread.sleep(1 * 60 * 1000); System.out.println("Disconnecting...."); } } ``` Some of our APIs include Push feeds that allow you to get updates as soon as they are available. Push API feeds automatically send JSON and XML payloads to you via a push service, and can dramatically reduce the number of calls you need to make to our RESTful API feeds. The structure of the Push feeds are similar to the structure of the corresponding RESTful API feed (i.e. Push Events and our RESTful Timelines). The push service ensures reliable and efficient delivery of the most up to date information. Our Push services are based on a HTTP publish/subscribe model. When making a call to the Push APIs, you "subscribe" to various data feeds provided by our service; whenever new content is available on one of those feeds, the server pushes that information out to your client. When no new information is available on the feed, a heartbeat message is sent every 5 seconds to keep the connection active. If you want to filter the results of the feeds, there are several optional query string parameters that can be applied to the API call. If left unfiltered, then all data for the feed is displayed (i.e. all events). For your applications to accept data from our Push feeds, ensure that your application can: * Can follow a HTTP redirect or use the location provided in the feeds header within one minute of your initial request. * Can accept HTTP data transfer encoded as chunked. Our Push service does not provide a "stateful session", there is no memory of what data has been sent previously. If you are disconnected from the Push session, you can use the RESTful API to catch up or recover from the disconnection. Syntax for using our Push feeds and examples of the JSON and XML payloads can be found below. ## Push Events Provides real-time event updates for all live matches. ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe?api_key={your_api_key}") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import requests import json r = requests.get("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe", params = {'api_key': 'your_api_key'}, allow_redirects=False) redirect_url = r.headers['Location'] r = requests.get(redirect_url, stream=True) for line in r.iter_lines(): # filter out keep-alive new lines if line: decoded_line = line.decode('utf-8') print(json.loads(decoded_line)) ``` ```shell curl -L GET 'api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe?api_key={your_api_key}' ``` >The above command returns json like this. https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/`{access_level}`/stream/events/subscribe?api_key=`{your_api_key}` Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | Parameter | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `access_level` | Defines the access level of your API key as Production (production) or Trial (trial). | | `your_api_key` | Your API key. | ### Optional Query String Parameters >Example including optional query string parameters: ```ruby require 'uri' require 'net/http' require 'openssl' url = URI("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe?api_key={your_api_key}&format=json&sport_event_id=sr:sport_event:19951590") http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port) http.use_ssl = true http.verify_mode = OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_NONE request = Net::HTTP::Get.new(url) response = http.request(request) puts response.read_body ``` ```python import requests import json r = requests.get("https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe", params = {'api_key': 'your_api_key', 'format': 'json', 'sport_event_id': 'sr:sport_event:19951590'}, allow_redirects=False) redirect_url = r.headers['Location'] r = requests.get(redirect_url, stream=True) for line in r.iter_lines(): # filter out keep-alive new lines if line: decoded_line = line.decode('utf-8') print(json.loads(decoded_line)) ``` ```shell curl -L GET 'https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/stream/events/subscribe?api_key={your_api_key}&format=json&sport_event_id=sr:sport_event:19951590' ``` In addition to the URL parameters listed above, you can filter the Events information with one or more of the following optional query string parameters.
Note: Optional query string parameters must be added after your API key with an ampersand (&). If you are filtering for more than one result, separate the results with a comma (,) and no spaces.
Replace placeholders with the following query parameters: | URL Parameters | Description | | --------- | ----------- | | `channel` | Channel type expressed as: {channel_type}.
Example: channel=badminton | | `competition_id` | Competition Id expressed as: {competition_id}.
Example: competition_id=sr:competition:20316 | | `event_id` | Event type expressed as: {event_type}.
Example: event_id=623021635 | | `format` | Format type expressed as: {format}.
Example: format=json | | `season_id` | Season id expressed as: {season_id}.
Example: season_id=sr:season:72917 | | `sport_event_id` | Sport event id expressed as: {sport_event_id}.
Example: sport_event_id=sr:sport_event:19951590 | | `sport_id` | Sport id expressed as: {sport_id}.
Example: sport_id=sr:sport:31 | ## Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What leagues do you cover, and at what level?

Coverage information can be found via our Coverage Matrix.

Q: What format are date fields presented in?

A: When we present date only values we present these in the ISO 8601 standard format.
ex: 2013-04-03
We use these for attributes that have date and no time (such as birthdate). For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Q: What format are the date/time fields presented in?

A: All of our Date/Time attributes are in UTC, presented in the ISO 8601 standard format.
ex: 2013-04-03T18:15:00+00:00
For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Q: How can I find the values for various enum data points within the API?

A: Many enum values are listed in the FAQ below. For the most up-to-date values, please see the Schema section of the OpenAPI specification here: https://api.sportradar.com/badminton/trial/v2/openapi/swagger/index.html

Q: What are the valid sport_event_status – status values?

A: Here are the valid match status values and their definitions:

  • not_started – The match is scheduled to be played
  • started – The match has begun
  • live – The match is currently in progress
  • postponed – The match has been postponed to a future date
  • suspended – The match has been suspended
  • match_about_to_start – The match is about to begin
  • delayed – The match has been temporarily delayed and will be continued
  • interrupted - The match began, but coverage has stopped for a short time. Note that match scores may not be updated during this period, the last recorded match score will be displayed instead
  • cancelled – The match has been cancelled and will not be played
  • ended – The match is over
  • closed – The match results have been confirmed

Q: What are the valid sport_event_status – match_status values?

A: Here are the valid match_status values:

  • not_started
  • match_about_to_start
  • walkover
  • ended
  • postponed
  • cancelled
  • 1st_set
  • 2nd_set
  • 3rd_set
  • 4th_set
  • 5th_set
  • 6th_set
  • 7th_set
  • pause
  • suspended
  • retired
  • abandoned
  • start_delayed
  • interrupted
  • started

Q: How do I access past seasons results and stats?

A: Use the Competition Seasons endpoint to locate the season_id for the season you want to access. Use that season_id to interrogate the various seasons endpoints.

Q: What are the valid outcomes for probabilities?

A: Here are the valid outcome probabilities:

  • home_team_winner
  • away_team_winner

Q: How do I find out the coverage for a particular match?

A: Find the node called "coverage" in any of the Summary, Lineups, or Timeline feeds. The attribute "coverage - live" reports if Sportradar has live coverage of the match or not.

Q: Why do different groups have coverage information for a competition?

A: The notion of “groups” is versatile and is used to distinguish between playoffs, and our competition structures and is therefore necessary to describe coverage at a group level for consistency. Generally, however, within a competition in Badminton, there will be no difference between competition coverage between conferences.

Q: What are the point event possible values?

A: Here are the possible values for an event:

  • match_started
  • period_start
  • break_start
  • period_score
  • score_change
  • match_ended

Q: What are markets and what are the different markets?

A: Markets is something you can bet on that we provide probabilities for. Over time we intend to provide more and more markets in the API. Currently the only market we provide is 2-way (will the home team win? Or the away team?).

Q: How are group IDs delivered in the stage array with the various types?

A: With the type of "league" they will have a sr:league prefix. With the type of "cup" they will have a sr:cup prefix.

Q: How will a sport event behave when it is not covered with live scores?

A: When a sport_event is not covered live, the status and match_status will remain as not_started until results are entered post-match.

Q: Why can't I find a particular match in the Daily Summaries or Sport Events Updated feeds?

A: These endpoints support pagination and return 200 entries by default. To return more matches, an additional query string parameter must be used after your API key. For example, appending &start=200 will return the next 200 entries per page, &start=400 will return the next 200, and so on.

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