Sportradar partners with Onefootball app

sportsradarSportradar,  suppliers of sports-related data, is pleased to announce the integrationof its soccer data feeds into the Onefootball application for mobile devices. The cooperation with the world’s leading mobile football community, based in Berlin, started on June 1st 2014.

With coverage of over 100 countries, 240+ soccer leagues and 40 languages, Sportradar provides the broadest soccer coverage in the market. From now on, Sportradar’s Live Scores, Live Sports Centre and Statistics solutions will be integrated via XML feed into the Onefootball app. Onefootball relies on Sportradar’s data to fulfil its business’ target of increasing its worldwide soccer coverage for an expansion into the international mobile sports application market.

Sportradar’s responsible Sales Director, Andreas Meyer, commented: “We are proud that Onefootball hasdecided to integrate Sportradar’s soccer data into its application. With our broad variety of globally-coveredtournaments and multi-language support, we are confident we will provide Onefootball with high quality datathat helps Onefootball to further strengthen its position in the global market.”

Onefootball CEO Lucas von Cranach said: “With the integration of Sportradar’s soccer feeds – both pre-match and live – we are now able to provide our users with an even wider coverage of international soccer leagues. Accuracy, quick data delivery and the broad global coverage have made us choose Sportradar.”

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