ESPN Now Content Stream
When you can't decide, get the sampler
The ESPN Now API allows you to tap into a stream of the latest content published on ESPN.com, including headline news, stories, columns, blogs, videos, podcasts, game recaps, and more. There's no better way to know what's happening in the world of sports, right NOW.
This API is currently a version 1 (/v1/) release.
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The ESPN Now API accepts a GET request.
Developers can return a stream of the latest content published on ESPN.com, or limit to editorially curated content or popular content.
The format of an API request is as follows:
Sample Now Requests
Action URI Description GET http://api.espn.com/v1/now Stream of the latest, most-recently published content on ESPN.com. GET http://api.espn.com/v1/now/top Top editorially-curated content on ESPN.com. GET http://api.espn.com/v1/now/popular Most popular, recently published content on ESPN.com. GET http://api.espn.com/v1/now?leagues=nfl&teams=4 Most recent content for a particular NFL team.
Resource Name Description Availability public partner premium
espn /now Stream of the latest content published on ESPN.com.
Method Description Availability public partner premium
espn / Latest ESPN.com content. /top Top content as selected by ESPN's editorial staff. /popular Most popular ESPN content.
In addition to the standard URI parameters, the ESPN Now API also supports the following URI parameters:
Requests to the ESPN Now API return the following data:Back to top
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