In this post, I outline how to use Siri to get Sports Information. With the Siri Sports Commands listed below, Siri can easily provide you with game scores, schedules, and standings. Siri also has detailed info about players, teams, and leagues.
See the most common questions answered in the FAQ section, or view the complete list of Siri Sports Commands under Keeping Up With Siri in the table of contents below.
Does Siri know sports scores?
Yes. Siri is updated with the latest scores for games. Siri usually has in-progress scores, as well, when games haven’t finished yet. Check out the commands listed below.
What sports does Siri know?
Siri supports a bunch of different sports, including but not limited to:
- Baseball (college and MLB)
- Basketball (college and NBA)
- Football (college and NFL)
- Formula One Racing
Keeping Up With Siri
If you’re looking to get the most our of your iPhone, you’ve come to the right place. In the this series called Keeping Up With Siri I outline Apple’s guide of over 350 commands and capabilities, so you don’t have to keep guessing on what to say or ask Siri next. This post focuses on using Siri to get sports information quickly with your iPhone or iPad.
First up, Siri knows game scores, and her knowledge isn’t limited to just what’s playing now. You can ask Siri about in-progress games, games from this season, or even games from the distant past. See this in action by trying out the commands below.
“Hey Siri, did the Giants win?”
“Hey Siri, how did Kansas City do last night?”
“Hey Siri, what was the score the last time the Tigers played the Red Sox?”
“Hey Siri, show me the football scores from last night”
“Hey Siri, show me cricket scores”
“Hey Siri, who will win the Pittsburgh game?”
Game Schedules Commands
Siri knows the schedules of each team for the current season, as well as where you can go to watch them. To get a better idea of this capability, view the example commands listed below.
“Hey Siri, when do the Giants play next?”
“Hey Siri, when is Kansas City’s first game of the season?”
“Hey Siri, what basketball games are on today?”
“Hey Siri, what channel is the Red Sox game on?”
“Hey Siri, when is the next Australia Cricket match?”
“Hey Siri, Formula One Schedule”
“Hey Siri, when is England’s next match?”
Siri also knows the rankings. For example, you can use Siri to see how good—or terrible—your favorite team is doing, like picking the Orlando Magic for me. One day Orlando will make it back to the finals, mark my words…
“Hey Siri, who’s the best team in hockey?”
“Hey Siri, how did the Red Sox do last season?”
“Hey Siri, did Pittsburgh make the playoffs?”
“Hey Siri, what is the standings in the AFC East?”
“Hey Siri, get me college football rankings”
“Hey Siri, NASCAR Standings”
“Hey Siri, what are the standings in the Champions League?”
Player Information Commands
Siri can tell you personal achievement stats for any professional player and league, like with scoring the most goals, hitting the most home runs, etc.
“Hey Siri, who has the highest slugging percentage?”
“Hey Siri, who has the most home runs on the Giants?”
“Hey Siri, which player scored the most goals in Italian soccer?”
“Hey Siri, which quarterback has the most passing yards?”
“Hey Siri, who is the starting pitcher for the Giants today?”
“Hey Siri, who’s the starting quarterback for the Patriots?”
“Hey Siri, who won the last golf tournament?”
“Hey Siri, what is the starting lineup for the San Jose Sharks?”
Team Information Commands
While Apple hints at this Siri capability with the Siri commands listed above, it’s really hit home in this section. In short, Siri knows detailed information about Teams and Leagues, not just about the individual players.
“Hey Siri, show me the roster for the Giants”
“Hey Siri, who is pitching for Detroit this season?”
“Hey Siri, is anyone on the Red Sox injured?”
“Hey Siri, which team has the fewest penalty minutes?”
“Hey Siri, show me the Wizards roster”
“Hey Siri, which team has the most stolen bases in the NL Central?”
In using the above commands, you’re able to rely on Siri to quickly and easily to pull sports info for you in a matter of seconds. For instance, there are Siri Sports Commands for getting scores, schedules, and player and team info. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg of what Siri can do. If you’re interested in learning about more capabilities Apple’s Voice Assistant can do for you, follow along to the series Keeping Up With Siri Commands.