What is SorareData?
Sorare Data is a freemium statistical tool that will allow you to master all aspects of Sorare. Developed by Maxime Hagenbourger, it is an essential element for a good start on Sorare. It gathers both player statistics and allows you to have an eye on the transfer market. An essential tool for those who want to do buying and selling on Sorare.
Let’s see how SorareData works.
Connect to SorareData
To connect to SorareData, you have two options:
- Log in with your Sorare account
- Create a specific account for SorareData
If you already have an account on Sorare, we advise you to connect with it. This will save you time but also allow you to link your two accounts, and thus have statistics on your own players! If you don’t have an account yet, we recommend you to click on the banner below to get a free card.
Once you have clicked to connect via Sorare, a confirmation message will appear. It informs you about the elements that SorareData can or cannot access.
That’s it, you are connected and you can start enjoying the benefits of SD for free!
SorareData membership plans
As a Freemium tool, SorareData allows you to do some research for free. On the other hand, you might feel quickly limited in your scouting, and will therefore have to pay a monthly or yearly subscription to go further in your searches.
Let’s see what are the different membership plans of SorareData.
The Rookie plan
- Price : free
- Transaction history, floor price
- History of players scoring
- Access to team rosters and basic stats
- Basic scouting tools
- Gallery overview and value
The Pro membership
- Annual fee: $49.99
- Monthly plan price: $4.99 per month
- Trial period: 3 days
- Includes the features of the Rookie version
- Other features :
- Transaction details
- Unlimited number of alerts
- Details on rankings and on the number of points to reach before the next Tier
The Star membership
- Annual plan price: $99.99
- Monthly plan price: $9.99
- Trial period: 14 days
- Includes Rookie and Pro plan features
- Other features :
- Advanced lineup building tools
- Unlimited number of watchlists
- Detailed stats on players and teams
- Stacks and injuries
For more details, read SorareData’s article on this subject.
The SorareData homepage
The homepage is a kind of dashboard that will give you general information about the main trends of Sorare. If this is not necessarily the page that will be most useful to you, it can still give you some ideas. Here are the 3 pieces of information that are represented:
Volume of transactions
- Auction volume 24h: The total amount of money spent on the auction market (primary market). This number is expressed in ETH, the reference currency of the game. The percentage below indicates the change from the previous 24 hours.
- Offer volume 24h: This is the total amount of ETH spent on the secondary market during the last 24 hours. The secondary market corresponds to the purchases made between several managers.
- Auction volume: the total amount of auctions made on Sorare since the beginning.
- Offer volume: the total amount spent between managers since Sorare was created.
- Most sold rare players (2 weeks) : the most sold rare players on Sorare in the last two weeks
- Most sold rare players (this month) : the most sold cards of a rare scarcity in the current month
- Rising players (2 weeks) : the players whose price has increased the most in percentage during the last 2 weeks
- Falling players (2 weeks) : the players whose price has decreased the most in percentage during the last two weeks
Personally, I have never really used these statistics. In general, when players appear here, it is already too late to buy or sell them because their price has already changed.
This section shows the auctions that are about to end. The first card shown is the auction that will end the fastest. Once the time is up, the tool dynamically updates the new auctions that are coming to an end.
To help you find the cards you are really interested in, we recommend you use the filters that are available.
- Select one scarcity or more: choose the scarcity of the card: limited, rare, super rare, unique.
- Select one position or more: select the position of the player from goalkeeper, defender, midfielder and striker.
- Select one league or more: filter the cards by league or competition.
- All playing status: select the player’s status (starter, substitute, reserve).
- Select one club or more : select his club
- Age : filter by age using the gauge. You can also click on the “U23 eligible” button to make sure you only have players who are eligible for the U23 league.
- Price filter: indicate the minimum and maximum price of the player you wish to acquire
L5/L15/L40 : assign a minimum/maximum score to players in their last 5 games (L5), last 15 games (L15) and last 40 games (L40)
If you think your filter will be reusable in the future, you can save it by clicking on “Save preset”. To find it again, you will have to click on the drop-down menu “Select a filters preset” and assign it.
Furthermore, if you have previously added players to your watchlist, you can click on “In your watchlist” in order to see only the players you have preselected.
You can do some great research on the primary market and get your free card by signing up with our referral link below.
Now let’s see how to make the most of the power of SorareData.
Analyze a player with SorareData
You will certainly realize how useful SorareData is when you use it to research a player. Indeed, all the information is there to help you make the right decision. Let’s see how to investigate a player.
Use the search bar
The SorareData search bar at the top left of the page will help you find the player you are looking for. You can also type the name of a club if you want to see all the players in it.
Analyze the SO5 score
The SO5 score tab is one of the most useful of the tool. It allows you to group all the last scores of the player. Thanks to this interface, you can analyze the following points:
- The GW number: you can find the score of a particular GW
- The match: compare the score of the player with the opponent he met to see if he performs as well against big as against small
- Decisive action: if the player has made a decisive action, this will be marked on the left side of his playing time. On the picture you can see a ball (goal) or a spike (decisive pass)
- The position of the player: if the player has started the game, his playing time is shown in blue, otherwise in red. The number of minutes he played is also noted, as well as his position.
- The player’s score: decisive score, all-around score and total score. It may be interesting to look carefully at the player’s ability to have a high AA score.
Look at the bids and offers
If the player’s scores have convinced you, it’s time to see how much you can afford to pay for him. You can choose between the primary and secondary market.
The cheapest cards, listed on the left, are logically the cards offered for auction. Next are the cards sold by other managers (“offer”).
Sometimes an auction is more expensive than an offer. This interface allows you to spot this, and not to buy a card more expensive than its value.
Look at the Price Graph
The Price Graph allows you to have an idea of the price at which a card can be sold. In the case of Corentin Tolisso, we can see that he was able to go up to 0.9 ETH and that since then, his price has dropped sharply.
This can help you make buying decisions. If the price of a player was high and has fallen back due to a lack of starts, there is a good chance that the price will rise again if the player is transferred and becomes a starter again.
Scouting on SorareData
In case you don’t have a specific player name to search for, you can also use SD to scout. In other words, you can use statistics to help you find players that match the profile you are looking for.
Here are the useful filters you can play with to find your gems:
- Position: Gk, Def, Mid, For
- The status of the player (starter, substitute, reserve)
- The league or championship: useful when you are looking only for players whose league is being played
- Age and U23 filter : if you want to recruit young players for example
Let’s continue with other key criteria:
- Scores (L5/L15/L40): decide what score you want your prospects to have in their last 5, 15 and 40 games
- Scarcity: choose whether you want to see limited, rare, super rare or unique cards
With well-chosen filters, you can find very interesting players for buying and selling week after week.
The SorareData gallery
In the last tab (your nickname), you will find the sub-category “Gallery”. Here you will find all the players on your Sorare account. We can also call it your roster. One of the first pieces of information you will find in your gallery is the value of your roster. This is the sum in ETH of all the players you have.
You can then see the purchase price of each of your players, as well as their current market value. A good way to see if your players have increased in value or not.
The SorareData Lineup Builder
Still in this last tab, the lineup builder allows you to prepare your teams in advance for So5 leagues.
On the top left, you can choose the GW you are interested in and click on the cards for each position. For the example, I have the GW #276 and the Extra card. On the right, you can see the players that can be aligned. In other words, these are the players who have a match scheduled for the GW in question.
Next to each player you will find several statistics:
- L5/L15: the average score of the player in his last 5/15 games
- Pick % : among the coaches who own this card, how many will play it for this GW
- Div % : it’s the same thing but the division is taken into account (you can select it in the top right corner)
- The positions of the teams and the Unibet odds
- The average score obtained by the players of the same position against this team in the last 10 games. The higher the score, the more interesting it is to play the player.
With a mix of these statistics (future opponent, score of players against this opponent, average score of the player, etc.), you can make better choices when choosing your players for the next Game Week.
So now you have a general idea of how SorareData works and why it is useful. Of course, other features exist, which you can explore by yourself or in our next articles.