I've updated the sportdb command line tool / library  that lets
you read in (parse) datasets (e.g. leagues, clubs, match schedules,
in plain text in your SQL database of choice (e.g. SQLite, PostgreSQL, etc.)
What's news in 2.0?
The setup and formats have been made easier, for example, all
datasets are now in plain text (e.g. no more yaml for configuration)
and the required setup manifest files have been replaced by automatic
(automagic) generation thanks to directory and file name conventions.
The world.db with all the world's countries is now built-in (see the
fifa library ) and, thus, is no longer a required dependency on
startup (if you read football datasets). And much more.
Anyways, to build yourself a copy for the English Premier League 2019/20
$ sportdb new eng2019-20
That's all. This will read in the match schedule and much more from
the /england dataset e.g.
Norwich City 0-2 FC Watford
FC Chelsea 2-0 Crystal Palace
Leicester City 2-0 FC Arsenal
FC Burnley 3-0 West Ham United
Newcastle United 2-1 AFC Bournemouth
FC Southampton 1-2 FC Everton
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Sheffield United
FC Liverpool 3-1 Manchester City
Manchester United 3-1 Brighton & Hove Albion
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Aston Villa
Happy data and text wrangling with ruby. Enjoy the beautiful game.
See the football.db League Quick Starter Sample - Mauritius Premier League 
if you want to start from scratch (zero) with your very own league.
See the football.db datasets  if you want to read in ready-to-use /
ready-to-fork packages incl. the English Premier League, the German
Bundesliga, the Spanish Primera División and some more.