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The sport=* tag is used to identify one or more sports which can be played within or on some physical feature. A list of sports is given below. Note that both football and rugby are to be avoided; please use american_football, australian_football, canadian_football, rugby_league, rugby_union or soccer, as appropriate.

A sport should normally also be associated with a suitable physical feature where it is performed; often this is leisure=pitch or leisure=track although other surfaces or features are sometimes appropriate, for example natural=beach for swimming and diving. A leisure=sports_centre may be associated with a number of sports. Where individual sports are played at distinct identifiable places then identify the sport with the particular pitch etc. Where a number of sports are associated with a single feature then separate the sports with a ';', for example 'gymnastics;badminton'.

Several sports rely on different or additional tagging, whitewater sports use specific tagging to tag waterways, Proposed features/Climbing routes are tagged as ways with grades and there is special mapping for highway=via_ferrata.

Associated tags

Since this is a non-physical tag it should be combined with one of these (physical) tags:


The colour of areas should be determined by the physical tags mentioned above. The sport-tag itself should only result in an appropriate icon. When there's no other (physical) tag some default color could be applied, though this wouldn't encourage proper mapping.

Core values

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
sport 9pin Node Area Relation Wikipedia Nine-pin bowling (Also known as kegeln in German) is a bowling game played primarily in Europe with only nine pins.
Useful combination: amenity=bar;pub;restaurant and leisure=bowling_alley
See Also: sport=10pin;bowls;horseshoes
sport 10pin Node Area Relation Wikipedia Ten-pin bowling is a sport in which a player, or "bowler" rolls a bowling ball down a lane with the objective of scoring points by knocking down as many pins as possible. In Canada, the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, the game is commonly referred to as just "Bowling".
Useful combination: amenity=bar;pub;restaurant and leisure=bowling_alley
See Also: sport=9pin;bowls;horseshoes
Bowling pictogram.svg
Bowling - albury.jpg
sport american_football Node Area Relation Wikipedia American football is a sport played by two teams of eleven players on a rectangular field with goalposts at each end.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre
See Also: sport=rugby_league;rugby_union;soccer, or sport=australian_football;canadian_football
The ambiguous sport=football tag is sometimes confused with this one.
American football pictogram.svg
Larry Fitzgerald catches TD at 2009 Pro Bowl.jpg
sport aikido Node Area Relation Wikipedia Aikido is a Japanese martial art by blending with the motion of the attacker and redirecting the force of the attack rather than opposing it head-on.
Useful combination: amenity=dojo
See Also: sport=judo;taekwondo
Aikido pictogram.svg
sport archery Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre - Indicating that Archery is the sport the facility or area is intended for.
See Also: sport=shooting;fencing
Archery pictogram.svg
Archery competition.jpg
sport athletics Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Track and field athletics is a collection of sports which combines various athletic contests based on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing.
Track and field is often categorised under the umbrella sport of athletics, which also includes road running, cross country running, and race walking.
Useful combination: leisure=track;pitch;stadium
See Also: sport=running;cycling
Athletics pictogram.svg
Daichi Sawano retouche.jpg
sport australian_football Node Area Relation Wikipedia Australian rules football, officially known as Australian football, also called football, footy, Aussie rules, or AFL is a sport played between two teams of eighteen players on the field of either an Australian football ground, a modified cricket field, or a similarly sized sports venue.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre
See Also: sport=soccer;american_football;canadian_football
Australian Football 2008 International Cup.jpg
sport base Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia BASE jumping, is an activity that employs an initially packed parachute to jump from fixed objects. "B.A.S.E." is an acronym that stands for four categories of fixed objects: buildings, antennas, spans, and earth. A more down to earth approach to parachuting.
Useful combination: building=*, man_made=*, bridge=*, natural=cliff
See Also: sport=cliff_diving;free_flying;paragliding
BASE Jumping from Sapphire Tower in Istanbul.jpg
sport badminton Node Area Relation Wikipedia Badminton is a racquet sport played by singles or in teams of two, who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court (pitch) divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it passes over the net.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;sports_centre
See Also: sport=tennis;paddle_tennis;table_tennis
Badminton pictogram.svg
Badminton competition.jpg
sport bandy Node Area Relation Wikipedia Bandy is a team winter sport played on ice, in which skaters use sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal. The sport has common background with association football, ice hockey and field hockey. The bandy field is about the same size as a football pitch. It is played on ice like ice hockey.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=ice_hockey;soccer;field_hockey
Bandy pictogram.png
800px-Bandy players.jpg
sport baseball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Baseball is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of nine players on a field (pitch or stadium) each who take turns batting and fielding.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=cricket
Baseball pictogram.svg
Baseball swing.jpg
sport basketball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Basketball is a sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. Played indoors or outdoors
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=volleyball;handball
Basketball pictogram.svg
Kenyon Martin over Dirk Nowitzki.jpg
sport beachvolleyball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Beach volleyball is a team sport played by two teams of two players on a sand court divided by a net.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;beach_resort;sports_centre, natural=sand;beach, surface=sand
See Also: sport=volleyball;handball
Volleyball (beach) pictogram.svg
Beach Volleyball Classic 2007 (1444261388).jpg
sport billiards Node Area Relation Wikipedia Cue sports, also known as billiard sports, are a wide variety of games of skill generally played with a cue stick which is used to strike billiard balls, moving them around a cloth-covered billiards table bounded by rubber cushions.
Useful combination: leisure=bowling_alley, amenity=bar;pub;restaurant
See Also: sport=darts;10pin;horseshoes
Billiards pictogram.svg
Billiards Rack.JPG
sport bmx Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia BMX or Bicycle motocross is a cycle sport performed on BMX bikes, either in competitive BMX racing or freestyle BMX, or else in general on- or off-road recreation.
Useful combination: leisure=track;pitch;sports_centre, surface=earth, length=*, lanes=*, surface=*
See Also: sport=cycling
Cycling (BMX) pictogram.svg
BMX racing action photo.jpg
sport bobsleigh Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Bobsleigh, Luge, or Bobslede is a winter sport in which teams of two or four make timed runs down narrow, twisting, banked, iced tracks in a gravity-powered sled.
Useful combination: leisure=track;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=toboggan, Piste Maps, OpenPisteMap, Winter sports
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg
Luge pictogram.svg
USA I in heat 1 of 2 man bobsleigh at 2010 Winter Olympics 2010-02-20.jpg
sport boules Node Area Relation Wikipedia Boules (Pétanque, lyonnaise, bocce, and bocce volo) is a group of games in which the objective is to throw or roll heavy balls as close as possible to a small target ball.
DO NOT USE this old style combined with the tag type=* when describing the type of game. This is meant to specify the type of relations.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;sports_centre, surface=*, For game type use boules=petanque;lyonnaise;bocce
See Also: sport=bowls;pelota;10pin, sport=9pin;horseshoes
Pictogramme sports de boules.svg
Toulon Playing Boules.jpg
sport bowls Node Area Relation Wikipedia Bowls or lawn bowls is a sport in which the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". It is played on a pitch which may be flat (for "flat-green bowls") or convex or uneven (for "crown-green bowls"). It is normally played outdoors (although there are many indoor venues) and the outdoor surface is either natural grass, artificial turf, or cotula (in New Zealand).
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=boules;pelota;10pin, sport=9pin;horseshoes
Lawn bowls pictogram.svg
Lawn Bowling.jpg
sport boxing Node Area Relation Wikipedia Boxing (pugilism, prize fighting, the sweet science or in Greek pygmachia) is a combat sport played in a boxing ring in which two people engage in a contest of strength, speed, reflexes, endurance, and will, by throwing punches with gloved hands against each other.
Useful combination: leisure=stadium;sports_centre;pitch, surface=*
See Also: sport=aikido;fencing;athletics
Boxing pictogram.svg
George Feeney boxing.jpg
sport canadian_football Node Area Relation Wikipedia Canadian football (CFL) is a form of gridiron football played in Canada in which two teams of 12 players each compete for territorial control of a field of play called a pitch. In Canada, the term football may refer to Canadian football and American football collectively, or either sport specifically, depending on context.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre and surface=*
See Also: sport=american_football;australian_football;rugby_league, sport=soccer;rugby_union
American football pictogram.svg
sport canoe Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Canoe and Wikipedia Kayak are a narrow human-powered boats, primarily designed to be manually propelled by means of a paddle for the use of racing, whitewater canoeing, touring and camping, freestyle, and general recreation. The intended use of the canoe dictates its hull shape and construction material.
Useful combination: landuse=recreation_ground, leisure=sports_centre, amenity=canoe_hire;boat_rental, club=*, shop=*
See Also: sport=water_ski;swimming;surfing
Canoeing (slalom) pictogram.svg
Whitewater kayaking Isere.jpg
sport chess Node Area Relation Wikipedia Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard.
The intended use is for big chess-boards in the open air.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;picnic_table
See Also: club=chess
Chess pictogram.svg
sport cliff_diving Node Relation Wikipedia Non-competitive diving is jumping from a cliff or a rock into water. Such non-competitive diving can occur indoors and outdoors. Outdoor diving typically takes place from cliffs or other rock formations either into fresh or salt water. However, man-made diving platforms are sometimes constructed in popular swimming destinations. Outdoor diving requires knowledge of the water depth and currents as conditions can be dangerous.
Useful combination: natural=cliff, height=*, depth=*, tidal=*, surface=*, note=*
See Also: sport=climbing;swimming
Diving pictogram.svg
sport climbing Node Area Relation Wikipedia Rock climbing marks elements to represent natural climbing sites (climbing areas, sectors, crags, halls, frozen waterfalls, etc.) or artificial climbs (Climbing walls, Indoor climbing, etc.).
Useful combination: landuse=recreation_ground, leisure=sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: name=*, ele=*, website=*, url=*, opening_hours=*, fee=*
Climbing pictogram.svg
Dscf0658 600.jpg
sport climbing_adventure Node Area Relation Wikipedia Climbing Adventure often called "Adventure Park", "Ropes Courses", "Climbing Adventure", "Zip-line", or "Treetop Adventure", can be used for the recreational sport when people get mountain hiking accessories and try to climb, walk or otherwise move on prebuilt wires and other objects high above on the trees using continuous safety measures. These are usually open for everyone including kids and do not require special abilities apart from good physical condition.
Useful combination: landuse=recreation_ground, leisure=sports_centre
See Also: sport=climbing
Seilpark Gantrisch - 03.jpg
sport cockfighting Node Area Relation Wikipedia Cockfighting is a common spectator sport in many countries between two roosters (cocks), held in a ring called a cockpit.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch for informal rings.
sport cricket Node Area Relation Wikipedia Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams, usually of eleven players, each on a large grass Cricket pitch. Played on a large circular or oval-shaped grassy Cricket field ground.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, landuse=recreation_ground, surface=*
See Also: sport=baseball
Cricket pictogram.svg
Cricket pic.jpg
sport cricket_nets This is not a sport! No not use this tag.
Instead consider using leisure=pitch, sport=cricket, barrier=fence
Nets - - 493814.jpg
sport croquet Node Area Relation Wikipedia Croquet is a sport or game that is played between two or more players embedded on a small grass playing court or pitch which involves hitting plastic or wooden balls with a mallet through hoops (often called "wickets" in the United States).
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, landuse=recreation_ground, surface=*
See Also: sport=field_hockey
Croquet pictogram.svg
Modern croquet equipment.JPG
sport curling Node Area Relation Wikipedia Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric rings. It is related to bowls, boules and shuffleboard. Indicating that curling is the sport the facility is intended for.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre
See Also: sport=ice_stock;bowls;boules, surface=*
Curling pictogram.svg
Brier 045.jpg
sport cycling Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Cycling, also called bicycling, Mountain biking or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, or for sport.
Useful combination: leisure=track;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg
sport darts Node Area Relation Wikipedia Darts is a form of throwing game in which small missiles are thrown at a circular target (dartboard) fixed to a wall.
Useful combination: amenity=bar;pub;restaurant, leisure=bowling_alley
See Also: sport=billiards;10pin;horseshoes
Darts pictogram.svg
Darts in a dartboard.jpg
sport diving DO NOT USE THIS TAG, as it is ambiguous. See: sport=diving
Instead use:
sport=cliff_diving is the means for "jumping from a rock" or the Olympic discipline Diving.
sport=scuba_diving is the means for "swimming under the water".
sport dog_racing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Greyhound racing being the most common type of this sport. There are other sports that involves dog racing, such as Dogsled, Dachshund, Dog scootering, Lure coursing, and Skijoring racing.
Useful combination: leisure=track;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=horse_racing
Greyhound Racing 2 amk.jpg
sport equestrian Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Equestrianism sports involving the skill of riding horses. See also Riding.

Often associated internationally with show jumping and dressage, but also including endurance riding, eventing, reining, tent pegging, vaulting, polo, horse racing, driving, rodeo and more.
See also sport=horse_racing

Equestrian pictogram.svg
Evie Gullis Jumping Her Horse.JPG
sport fencing Node Area Wikipedia Fencing is the martial art of fighting with blades. The most common version of fencing today, also called olympic fencing or competitive fencing, is divided into three weapon categories: foil, sabre (spelled saber in the United States) and épée. Classical fencing uses the same three weapons, but approaches fencing as a martial art.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre, surface=*
See Also: sport=boxing;wrestling
Fencing pictogram.svg
0408 USA Olympic fencing.jpg
sport field_hockey Node Area Relation Wikipedia Field hockey is a team sport of the hockey family. Players use sticks made out of wood or fiber glass to hit a round, hard, rubber like ball. The game can be played on a grass field or a turf field as well as an indoor board surface.
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;sports_centre;stadium
See Also: sport=ice_hockey;ice_skating
Field hockey pictogram.svg
Dutch Women Hockey - Shielding the ball.jpg
sport football DO NOT USE THIS TAG, as it is ambiguous. See: Football
Instead use: sport=soccer;rugby_league;rugby_union, or sport=american_football;australian_football;canadian_football, etc...
sport free_flying Node Area Relation Wikipedia Hang gliding and/or Wikipedia Paragliding that is a foot launched aircraft, without motorisation. Paragliding/Hanggliding/... takeoff, landings, towing, etc. and related amenities and properties
Hang Gliding pictogram.svg
Paragliding pictogram.svg
Pente ecole parapente.jpg
sport gaelic_games Node Area Relation Wikipedia Gaelic games such as Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie, predominantly played in Ireland.

For tagging individual games under this category see the tag page.

Hurling sport - Taking a swing.jpg
sport golf Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Golf for golf courses, use leisure=golf_course
Golf pictogram.svg
sport gymnastics Node Area Relation Wikipedia Gymnastics
Gymnastics (acrobatic) pictogram.svg
sport handball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Handball
Handball pictogram.svg
Mara Friton Handball.jpg
sport hapkido Node Area Relation Wikipedia Hapkido is a dynamic and highly eclectic Korean martial art. It is a form of self-defense that employs joint locks, grappling and throwing techniques of other martial arts, as well as kicks, punches, and other striking attacks.
Useful combination: amenity=dojo
See Also: sport=aikido;judo;taekwondo
sport hockey Node Area Relation Wikipedia Hockey
Disambiguous. See sport=hockey. Instead consider other tags. For example:
For Wikipedia Ice hockey Use: sport=ice_hockey
For Wikipedia Field hockey Use: sport=field_hockey
For Wikipedia Roller hockey Use: sport=roller_hockey Join the Talk:Tag:sport=hockey discussion about how to indicate the type of hockey.
For Wikipedia Street hockey Use: sport=street_hockey Join the Talk:Tag:sport=hockey discussion about how to indicate the type of hockey.
Eishockey Eisbaeren gegen Capitals.jpg
Field hockey.jpg
Argentin player during 2007 rink hockey world championship.jpg
Organized Dek Hockey League.jpg
sport horseshoes Node Area Relation Wikipedia Horseshoes
Horseshoes Modern.jpg
sport horse_racing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Horse racing. It has been proposed that this page or section be merged with sport=equestrian
Flat racing clipart.svg
Racing at Ruidoso Downs.jpg
sport ice_hockey Node Area Relation Wikipedia Ice Hockey is a team sport played on ice in which two teams of skaters use sticks to shoot a hard rubber hockey puck into their opponent's net to score points.
Useful combination: leisure=ice_rink;stadium;sports_centre
See Also: sport=field_hockey;ice_skating
Ice hockey pictogram.svg
Ice Hockey sharks ducks.jpg
sport ice_skating Node Area Relation Wikipedia Ice skating is a sport or pastime by moving on ice while using ice skates.
Useful combination: leisure=ice_rink;sports_centre;pitch
See Also: sport=ice_hockey;roller_skating
The disambiguous sport=skating tag is sometimes confused with this one.
Skating pictogram.PNG
Figure skating pictogram.svg
Kose sports park Ice Arena indoor skating rink.JPG
sport ice_stock Node Area Relation Wikipedia Ice stock sport, also known as Bavarian Curling, is a winter sport, somewhat similar to Wikipedia Curling. In German, it is known as Wikipedia Eisstockschießen
Useful combination: leisure=pitch;stadium;sports_centre
See Also: sport=curling
sport judo Node Area Relation Wikipedia Judo
Judo pictogram.svg
sport karting Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Kart racing. When used together with highway=raceway then please add also area=no, otherwise the raceway is not rendered.
See also sport=motor;motocross
Map marker icon – Nicolas Mollet – Kart racing – Sports – Simple.png
Kart Racing 1.jpg
sport kitesurfing Node Area Relation Wikipedia Kitesurfing
Map marker icon – Nicolas Mollet – Kitesurfing – Sports – Simple.png
sport korfball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Korfball
Korfball pictogram.svg
sport model_aerodrome Node Area Relation Wikipedia Radio-controlled aircraft
Model aircraft landing strip - - 54942.jpg
sport motocross Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Motocross is a form of motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits.
See also sport=motor;karting
MotoX racing03 edit.jpg
sport motor Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Motorsport.
See also sport=karting;motocross
sport multi Node Way Area Relation Use this to indicate that that this pitch can be used to practise different kinds of sport.
This is a shortcut to indicate that several unspecified sports are catered for, while you might instead use a semi-colon separated list of sports as a value (to be more precise)
sport netball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Netball is a sport played by two teams on a rectangular court.
Netball pictogram.svg
sport obstacle_course Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Obstacle course. A series of challenging physical obstacles an individual or team must navigate usually while being timed.
sport orienteering Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Orienteering. Navigation sport with Map and compass.
Orienteering pictogram.svg
sport paddle_tennis Node Area Relation Wikipedia Paddle tennis
Paddle tennis.jpg
sport parachuting Node Area Relation Wikipedia Parachuting or skydiving take-off or landing site
Skydiving over Cushing.jpg
sport paragliding Node Area Relation Wikipedia Paragliding. Paragliding take-off or landing site
Paragliding pictogram.svg
Powered paragliding pictogram.svg
Virage à la sellette.jpg
sport pelota Node Area Relation Wikipedia Pelota. Spanish Group name for a number of ball games (Baseball, Basque pelota, Bocce, Jai alai, Valencian pilota).
Basque pelota pictogram.svg
Valencian pelota pictogram.jpg
Ustaritz Fronton Pala.jpg
sport racquet Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Racquetball. Group name of sports that are played with a racquet
Racquets pictogram.svg
sport rc_car Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Radio-controlled car
Map marker icon – Nicolas Mollet – Radio Control Model Car – Sports – Simple.png
RC Cars @ RC Club Euregio Enschede (9475280451).jpg
sport roller_skating Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Roller skating is a sport or recreational activity by travelling on surfaces with roller skates.
See Also: sport=ice_skating;skateboard;field_hockey
The disambiguous sport=skating tag is sometimes confused with this one.
Inline speed skating pictogram.svg
Artistic roller skating pictogram.svg
Roller skaters group.jpg
sport rowing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Rowing
Rowing pictogram.svg
Daniel Lyons and Robert Espeseth of the US Olympic rowing team.JPEG
sport rugby_league Node Area Relation Wikipedia Rugby league. One of the two codes of rugby football, split from rugby union in 1895, along with subsequent rule changes
Rugby league pictogram.svg
Lance hohaia running into the defence (rugby league).jpg
sport rugby_union Node Area Relation Wikipedia Rugby union. Rugby union is a full contact team sport, a form of football which originated in England in the early 19th century.
Rugby union pictogram.svg
Boston College Rugby Running With Ball.jpg
sport running Node Area Relation Wikipedia Running
Athletics pictogram.svg
800m at 2011 German Athletics Championships.jpg
sport safety_training Node Area Relation Safety Training. To ensure that people are aware of their surrounding hazards and can respond appropriately in an emergency. The definition of this tag is unclear (self defense training? workplace health and safety training? vehicle driving training?,...) and the classification as 'sport' is questionable. See also this poll.
NT ASB Safety Training (5509758798).jpg
sport sailing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Sailing
Sailing pictogram.svg
VOR0506-Pirates of the Caribbean.jpg
sport scuba_diving Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Scuba diving
Scuba diving pictogram.svg
Diving - scubadiver.JPG
sport shooting Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Shooting sport
See also sport=archery
Shooting pictogram.svg
050607 M 5900L 044.jpg
sport skating Disambiguous. See sport=skating. Instead consider other tags.
For Wikipedia Ice skating Use: sport=ice_skating
For Wikipedia Roller skating Use: sport=roller_skating
sport skateboard Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Skateboard
sport skiing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Skiing. This tag isn't well documented, and it's usage is unclear. It is recommended to use the tags piste:type=*, piste:difficulty=* and piste:grooming=*, see Piste Maps.
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
sport soccer Node Area Relation Wikipedia Soccer. Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, a team sport played between two teams of eleven players. Note: While called "football" (fussball, fotball, …) in many countries, and by the International Olympic Committee, it is best to tag it as "soccer" to avoid confusion with other usages of "football"
Beach soccer pictogram.svg
Billiken soccer.jpg
sport surfing Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Surfing
Surfing pictogram.svg
sport swimming Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Swimming
Swimming pictogram.svg
KingdomGames07 02.jpg
sport table_tennis Node Area Relation Wikipedia Table tennis
Table tennis pictogram.svg
Pingpong equip.jpg
sport table_soccer Node Area Relation Wikipedia Table Soccer or Table Football, also known as Foosball, Fussball, Kicker, or Tecball, is a table-top game and sport based off association football (soccer).
Useful combination: amenity=pub;bar;restaurant
See Also: sport=soccer;table_tennis;billiards, leisure=amusement_arcade;adult_gaming_centre, club=table_soccer
Table football in new york.jpg
sport taekwondo Node Area Relation Wikipedia Taekwondo
Taekwondo pictogram.svg
Taekwondo Fight 01.jpg
sport tennis Node Area Relation Wikipedia Tennis
Tennis pictogram.svg
Yes NCTU tennis 2.JPG
sport toboggan Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Toboggan. public sledding run; see also Piste Maps (piste:type=sled, piste:difficulty=advanced, piste:lit=yes)
sport volleyball Node Area Relation Wikipedia Volleyball
Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg
Volleyball game.jpg
sport water_polo Node Area Relation Wikipedia Water polo. It can happen in a leisure=swimming_pool or in a multi-purpose water body (s.a. a canal).
sport water_ski Node Way Area Relation Wikipedia Waterskiing either on a cable ski course, or pulled by a boat. Requires area=yes/no on closed ways, to distinguish between closed-loop cables and areas.
Water skiing 0757.jpg
sport weightlifting Node Area Relation Wikipedia Olympic weightlifting
Weightlifting pictogram.svg
sport wrestling Node Area Relation Wikipedia Wrestling
Wrestling pictogram.svg
Wrestling dsc03566.jpg
sport user defined Node Area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

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