football.csv - Open Public Domain Football Data

What’s the comma-separated values (.csv) format?

It’s the world’s most popular tabular data interchange format in text. Values are separated - surprise, surprise - by commas (that is, ,). One line is one record. Example:

Team1,                FT,  HT,  Team2
Arsenal,              1-3, 1-1, Aston Villa
Liverpool,            1-0, 1-0, Stoke City
Norwich City,         2-2, 0-0, Everton
Sunderland,           0-1, 0-0, Fulham
Swansea City,         1-4, 0-2, Manchester United
West Bromwich Albion, 0-1, 0-0, Southampton
West Ham United,      2-0, 1-0, Cardiff City
Chelsea,              2-0, 2-0, Hull City
Crystal Palace,       0-1, 0-0, Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester City,      4-0, 2-0, Newcastle United 

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