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& NFL Fantasy Football API
At NFLdata.com, we believe that APIs should be open and available for anyone to use. That’s why we maintain a developer portal, where our thorough API documentation is available to you at all times, before you even pay us a dime.
Your monthly subscription allows you to use our robust API to pull down high-quality,
frequently updated NFL data in XML or JSON formats! Choose the NFLdata API solution that best fits your needs:
- Enterprise - Includes live team and fantasy data with unlimited API calls. This is the ultimate solution for fantasy football websites and applications that require updates while games are in progress, with a maximum delay of 30 seconds after each in-game event.
- Premium - Includes live team and fantasy data with 5,000 API calls. This solution is the way to go if you want the rapid-fire updates of our Enterprise solution, but don’t require unlimited API calls.
- Standard - Includes post-game team and fantasy data with 1,000 calls. This is an ideal, cost-effective solution if your website or application doesn’t require a live data feed.
- Developer - Includes scrambled post-game team data with an unlimited number of calls. This solution is great if you’re still developing your fantasy football website or application, as it allows you test with confidence.
Fantasy Football Commissioner Tools & Games
Before the NFL season begins, fantasy football commissioner tools use NFLdata API solutions to import comprehensive player-specific data into their services, where rankings and fantasy statistics are made available to league commissioners during fantasy drafts. Then, as the season progresses, NFLdata API solutions continue to provide updates during and after games, providing commissioners with accurate, official statistics for fantasy scoring.
Fantasy Football Advice Websites
Fantasy football advice websites use NFLdata API solutions to pull detailed NFL player-specific data into their databases, where they apply their own algorithms to pit each player’s prior performance against the strength of an opposing defense. The result is a projection of each player’s performance for the upcoming week.
NFL Pick'em Games
Example: iPick Football
NFL Pick’em games use NFLdata API solutions to seamlessly pull live and post-game NFL results into their data sets. Their own code takes it from there, determining game winners and tallying up users’ points.