I am looking for very low-level data for one football game, such as, position of the players throughout the game, all actions, passes, shots, fouls, substitutes etc. it needs not be a recent game. where can I find this kind of data?

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You're looking for really detailed data here and wouldn't be optimistic about it being freely available. I'd also be interested in higher level data (e.g. just match results) but would want it to be open.

(23 Oct '11, 13:54) rgrp ♦♦

The BBC Sport Football website (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm) does this sort of information for every game it covers.

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